Before you join us
You will be pleased to discover that the support process starts well before you join us as a student. If you have any queries at the application stage, or during the months before you come to Rose Bruford College, colleagues in our Registry will be happy to help you. We have an increasing number of mature students at the College, who come to us with a range of qualifications and prior experience. If you want to check that you meet our entry requirements for a programme that is of interest to you, please contact our Registry at an early stage. Colleagues will be available to give you individual advice.
Your first days at Rose Bruford College
Coming to college is an important step, whether you are a school-leaver coming straight out of A-Levels or a mature student who is returning to study. We offer two induction days prior to the start of the academic year, to give you the chance to settle in. The Students’ Union organises a number of social events, and a number of programmes arrange theatre visits and other cultural events.
Advice & guidance
One of the great benefits of being a college of our size is that you have access to staff who really know their students. All students have a personal tutor with whom you can discuss any academic matters.
During your time with us, you may need support or advice with issues that are not directly related to your academic or professional development. We have a Student Counsellor/Welfare Advisor who works four days a week and is available to offer regular counselling sessions or general welfare, support and advice. There is also a Sexual Health Nurse, who visits the College once a week and offers confidential sexual health advice, can administer the contraceptive injection and contraceptive pill and, is available for follow-up appointments.