To apply online, please use the link at the top of your
course description page
Applying on paper
Alternatively, you can click below for an application form to print, complete and send:
Full Time Application Form
If applicable Admissions will request a reference from your current educational establishment.
Admissions use different forms of communication throughout the application process. This could be by letter, text or email. Please remember to keep us informed of any changes to your contact details.
7 steps to Northbrook MET
Follow the steps below to make sure you get all the information you need and to ensure that your application and your application reveiw meeting go smoothly. Once you've accepted a College place, we will keep you informed of progress and invite you to attend an enrolment event and course confirmation session.
Step 1: Finding Out More
Request a prospectus by phoning 0845 155 60 60 or
filling in the online form
or download a copy
Browse the available courses on this website
Come to one of our Open Evenings - click
Then, choose the course or courses you are interested in studying and check the entry requirements.
Step 2: Your Application
There are 3 different ways of applying. You can either:
Apply online using the link at the top of your course description page on this website (
for course description pages)
Tear out the application form in the back of the printed prospectus
Print off an application form from this website (there is a link at the top of this page).
You can also get an application form from your school or direct from the College by phoning 0845 155 60 60.
Paper application forms should be sent to:
Northbrook Metropolitan College
You will receive an acknowledgement by email or letter, which will be followed up at the appropriate time with an invitation by post to attend an application review meeting.
Step 3: Reference
If applicable, Admissions will request a reference from your current educational establishment.
Step 4: Application Review Meeting
Application review meetings generally start in January. We always like to stress that an application review meeting is not a test and does not put you under any obligation to accept a place. Even if you are considering other colleges or staying on at your school, we would still like to see you.
On the day of the application review meeting, you should report to Reception at the correct campus, where you will be met by the course tutor. At the application review meeting, you will complete an initial assessment, we will give you more information about the course and you will have the chance to ask questions about this and also general College activities and facilities. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions. This session is your opportunity to find out more about Northbrook and if it is right for you. Parents, guardians and carers are welcome to accompany you.
Step 5: Your Offer of a Place
If we can offer you a place this will be confirmed to you in writing within two weeks of your application review meeting date.
Step 6: Accepting Your Place
Send back the acceptance slip to our Freepost address and we will contact you in due course to advise the date and time of your enrolment session.
Step 7: Enrolment
We will, at the appropriate time, send you information by post regarding your enrolment, together with any other relevant information.