Applying at Glasgow Kelvin College
Full Time Courses
Our new applications website allows you to browse, apply and check your status online.
You can either search for a particular course, or scroll through the list of courses available. By clicking the “View” button, you will be able to access specific course details such as entry requirements, course content and progression opportunities.
Once you have decided on your choice of course, click the “Apply” button to add it to your basket. You can add a maximum of two courses to your basket.
You will then have to log in or register to progress to the next stage of completing the online application form. When you have completed all the fields within the form, simply click the “Submit Application” button to finalise your application.
You can check the status of your application at any time by logging in and clicking the “My Applications” button on the menu bar.
If you need any help completing the online application form, please email email@example.com and someone from our admissions team will contact you. You can also request a printed application form from the College reception. Once you have completed the form you can return it by post or hand it in to any Glasgow Kelvin campus.
If you are having difficulty Registering or logging in to the ‘My Applications’ area then please read our ‘Applying – Technical Questions and Issues’ page.
Courses for Industry and Business
To access our portfolio of industry relevant short courses, click on the “Courses for Industry and Business” button.
Click on any course title for more details relating to that course. To apply for any of the courses listed please call our helpline free on 0800 917 8000.
Evening and Leisure Courses
Simply click on the “Evening and Leisure Courses” button to access information on the wide range of programmes offered.
Click on the course name to view specific course details such as start dates and duration. Once you click the “Apply” button, you will then need to log in or register to complete the application form.