On this page you’ll learn about the application process and entry requirements. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
Scroll down to find out more about how to apply, and to download an application form.
You’ve browsed our extensive range of courses, thought deeply about your university and career ambitions, and are ready to apply for the chance to study at Xaverian College.
We’re looking forward to finding out all about you.
But first, take a look at this checklist on how to apply and what to expect as part of your application process…
We cannot guarantee how long it will take for the school to send the application and personal statement, but you should, within a few weeks, receive a postcard or email advising of their receipt.
The Xaverian admissions team is happy to help with any queries. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll advise on application outcome by the end of March.
Successful applicants will be invited to explore the campus and discuss career aspirations, target grades, and courses. Parents or guardians are very much welcome to join students at this informal, important event.
We’ll send you an enrolment appointment, which will take place after GCSE results day, and further information about starting at College.
Find out when you’ll be studying on campus.
Entry requirements differ based on the courses for which you are applying but we generally ask for:
Some advanced level courses have their own specific entry requirements. You can check the latest recommendations on our individual course guide pages.
Yes, the subject choices you agree at your Course Consultation are only provisional and can be changed.
We ask that this be done by July to help our planning, but we may be able to provide course changes at enrolment in cases where your GCSE results differ from your predicted grades or if an alternative course is not already full and you have met the entry requirements for this subject.
Xaverian is an oversubscribed College. In 2019, 4500 students applied for 1350 places.
For the best chance of studying at Xaverian:
The majority of Xaverian students choose three A-levels but based on your predicted GCSE grades we are happy to advise on additional study options and qualifications.
You may still be able to progress. If you miss your predicted GCSE English and Maths grades, you may be able to arrange resits as a Xaverian student. We will discuss your options during the enrolment process after GCSE results have been announced.
We review applications on a case-by-case basis.
Our final decision is based on: