Watch the video below to find out how to apply online.
These notes provide a short guide to help you complete your online application.
Important information about email addresses
- If you don’t already have an email address, you will need to create one before you apply online.
- You will not be able to apply online using a school email address i.e. those ending with @c2kni.net.
- Parents, school staff or other professionals who wish to help students use the online admissions portal must not register to create an application on behalf of students. They must ensure the student has an email address and registers personally.
- A unique email address must be provided for each applicant
Stage 1 – Search for course on the website, add to basket and checkout
Explore our College website to search for the course you wish to apply for. Add course to basket and when you are happy with your selection, proceed to apply/enrol for courses. Upon checking out you will be redirected to the admissions portal. You can apply for up to three courses.
Stage 2 – Log In to the admissions portal
Before submitting your application online you must create a user account on our admissions portal
Click ‘Create Account’ to set up your account.
If you have already registered, enter your username and password to log in.
If you have forgotten your username check your account creation email which contains your username.
If you have forgotten your password click on the ‘Forgot your password?’ link and follow the instructions which will be sent to your email.
Stage 3 – Complete and submit your application
Complete the online application form by entering your personal details.
Review the information you have entered and edit if necessary before submitting your application.
On completion, you will be asked to assign a choice or course preference to each of the courses you are applying for, as well as how you heard about the course.
If interview dates have been arranged and setup you will be asked to select an interview slot.
Note: The standard entry requirement for many courses may be waived if alternative qualifications or experience can be offered.