Take Action, To Take Your Future Further With IIE's Varsity College


Choose the right programme for you at IIE's Varsity College. Your education is an incredibly important investment of time and money. Varsity College is a Higher Education Institution – that is, they offer qualifications of the same type and level as other Higher Education Institutions like universities.


How to apply to study at IIE's Varsity College

Step 1: Enquire

Find out what The IIE’s Varsity College has to offer you by filling in an enquiry form, or by engaging with Ed their full-time study enquiry bot, or Pam our part-time study enquiry bot, on the website or on Facebook. One of their Student Advisors will then contact you to discuss which qualifications would best suit you based on your career ambitions and abilities.

Other ways you can contact them is by requesting a “call-me-back” on the website, engaging with us on live-chat, or calling any of their 8 campuses across the country directly.

Step 2: Request an appointment

Varsity College can’t stress enough the importance of requesting an appointment with a skilled Student Advisor or part-time consultant. It’s an opportunity to learn more about the IIE programmes you can study with them and have all your questions answered before you commit to studying.

They encourage prospective full-time students to come onto campus for their interview, for an experience of their safe and secure campuses, student life, sports offering, accommodation and more. To book your appointment click here. Prospective part-time students can opt for a telephonic appointment by requesting call-me-back on the website, chatting live with one of the consultants, or contacting one of their 8 campuses directly.

Step 3: Apply 

Step 4: Register






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