Epsom is not an academic hothouse, and the aim of the admissions process is to identify potential. We are looking for well-rounded pupils whose interests stretch beyond the confines of the curriculum and whose personal attributes suggest that they have the potential to contribute to the life of the College and enjoy the many opportunities on offer.

 

October half term, Year 11: Registration deadline

If you would like your child to be considered for a place in our Sixth Form you must complete the registration form and pay a non-refundable registration fee of £150 before the start of Michaelmas half term (in 2021, this is 23 October).

Download Registration Form

 

November, Year 11: Assessments and interviews 

Due to Covid-19, we adapted our approach to entrance exams in 2020-21.

We are consulting with parents, and reviewing what our approach will be for the coming year. Details will be published here as soon as we arrive at a decision that we feel best serves the child, their family and the schools involved.

 

December, Year 11: Places offered 

Sixth Form places will be offered on or around 10 December, conditional on your child achieving a minimum of seven GCSE or IGCSE passes at grade 6 or above, with at least Level 7 in the three subjects they will be studying A-level. For the more technical subjects (mathematics, science and modern languages) a grade 8 is required. 

Once a place is offered it remains open two weeks from the offer date.

 

August, Year 11: Places confirmed on receipt of grades 

 

Student Visas

  • Epsom College is a licensed student sponsor and sponsors non-UK boarding students from Year 9 onwards via the Child Student Visa route.
  • All non-British or Irish passport holders/citizens will be required to have the relevant immigration status to study at the College (eg. either EU Pre-Settled or Settled Status, Indefinite Leave to Remain, Permanent Residency, PBS Dependant Visa, BNO Visa or Child Student Visa sponsored by the College).
  • More information about Child Student Visas can be found on the Government website.

 

Cancellation Policy

If your contract with the School was formed entirely by means of distance communication (ie by post or electronic communication) without a face-to-face meeting with a member of the School staff you have the right to cancel the contract within 14 days. The 14-day cancellation period will commence on the day following our receipt of your completed and signed acceptance form.

Read the full policy