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Frequently Asked Questions
Q Can I come and visit?
A Visitors are always welcome. If you think you would
like to come to one of the Trust's colleges or schools, ask to come to a visitors' day. You will
be able to take a good look around, ask lots of questions and get to
know us. If we think it is the right place for you, and you agree, we will ask
you to fill in an application form. You will be invited to stay at the
college for a few days to see if you like being a student. We will get
to know you and then decide together if a Ruskin Mill Trust college or school is the right move for you.
Q When do I need to apply to a Ruskin Mill Trust college or school?
A Spaces at our provisions are limited, we therefore recommend you apply by January for a September start the following year. Applying and getting the funding to come to one of the Trust's colleges or schools can be lengthy
process. We can help you and your family and carers to understand how to
Q Where can I get funding from for the course?
should be discussed with a professional referral agent, such as your
Specialist Careers Adviser.
Q How do I apply for funding for the course?
A The funding application is normally handled by your local Connexions Centre and / or your Local Education Authority.
Q Can Ruskin Mill Trust accept applications from other countries in the European Union and outside the EU?
A Yes. However, it is essential that all applicants are fluent in the English language.
Q Can a place at one of the Trust's colleges or schools be funded privately?
A Yes places can be funded privately.