How to Apply
Applying to study at Long Road is as easy as 1, 2, 3…
Step 1: Year 10 Summer Open Evenings
Upcoming Year 10 Open Evenings: 24th & 25th June 2020.
Explore our beautiful campus, check out our amazing facilities and have your questions answered by our friendly staff.
Our Open Evenings are designed for Year 10 students at the start of their post-16 education journey, but we welcome all to attend. Bring along your friends and family to experience everything Long Road has to offer you.
Step 2: Complete an Online Application
Online applications for September 2020 are now OPEN.
The deadline for September 2020 study is 13th January 2020, applications made after this date will be considered but may be placed on a waiting list if the college is oversubscribed.
Long Road welcomes applications from all students, regardless of the school you currently attend. All applications are treated on the same basis, however the application process differs based on the school you currently attend.
- Applicants who currently study at a Cambridge Academic Partnership (CAP) school should apply online via MyChoice@16.
- Applicants who do not currently study at a CAP school must apply directly to Long Road. Please click here to start your application.
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Step 3: Advice and Guidance Interviews
Shortly after receiving your application we will invite you to an Advice and Guidance Interview. These are informal, 30-minute sessions held on the Long Road campus taking place throughout the Spring term.
Your interview will be with a member of our friendly teaching staff who will discuss your future career plans, your reasons for choosing your programme of study and find out more about you as an individual. Parents and Carers are welcome to attend your interview with you.
If you have not received an invite to your Advice and Guidance Interview by the end of March 2020 please contact our Admissions Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01223 631100.
Step 4: Offer to study
Within 4 working weeks of your Advice and Guidance Interview, you will be emailed an offer of study. Your offer will be conditional on achieving the minimum entry requirements for each subject you have applied to study.
Accepting your offer to study does not confirm your place as a Long Road student, however, it does mean you will be invited to our Welcome Days.
Please note: applicants can accept offers from multiple colleges before making their final decision on GCSE results day.
Step 5: Welcome Days
Upcoming Welcome Days: 22nd & 23rd June 2020
If you accept your offer to study you will be invited to one of our Welcome Days.
Our Welcome Days are designed to give you a first-hand experience of life as a Long Road student. You will spend the day in timetabled lessons, trying out the subjects you have applied to study with us. This also gives you the opportunity to meet your potential classmates and teachers.
If you have any queries during your application, please contact the Admissions Team on email@example.com or call 01223 631100.