How to Apply

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How To Apply

Apply Now for our full time courses

Making an application to City of Glasgow College is easy.

Our course information pages tell you what the entry requirements are for each course and guide you to our application or booking form, where you will be asked to provide some information about you.

When To Apply

  • For full-time courses, starting in August 2023 online applications open on 18th January 2023.  For some courses, we’ll ask you to submit a portfolio as part of the entry requirements. Here’s some Portfolio Guidance on putting your portfolio together.
  • For part-time and distance learning courses starting from August 2023 online applications open from 18th January 2023.
  • For evening and weekend courses commencing from September 2022 online bookings are open for courses.
  • For part time English as a second or other language (ESOL) courses starting from August 2023 online applications open from 18th January 2023.
  • We also welcome applications from international students. Visit our international section for more information.
  • Residency - We will assess residency for all modes of study: This helps us determine what your eligibility might be for course fees and funding.  Before or during your time with us, you may be require to give proof of your right to study in the UK.  That means providing a copy of your passport, birth certificate or other documentation which shows you live in the UK permanently.  If you need support with that, please contact Student Services.
  • Latest COVID-19 information for applicants

Terms And Conditions Of Admission

These terms and conditions apply when you enrol to study at City of Glasgow College.

Terms And Conditions Of Admission.

Need Some Advice?

If you need help choosing a course, our professional Careers Advisors are here to help, please email:

You'll also get some great advice from our partners at Skills Development Scotland (SDS). Their web service My World of Work has lots of useful information and resources.