ENROLMENT

 

FRA enrolment is fully online.  This page aims to guide you through the steps to enrol.  You can only enrol if you hold an offer with us for the new academic year (September).  See below for the section that applies to you.  If you are unsure which option is for you, please refer to your offer letter which will tell you the course and type of offer you are holding.

If you have any questions about the enrolment process or would like to reset your account, please contact us on 0300 247 0039 or info@fra.ac.uk.

As an unconditional offer holder, you qualify for priority enrolment.   You will receive an e-mail with step by step instructions a few weeks before you are due to enrol. 

For a step by step guide of how to enrol, please click here.

When do I enrol?

Unconditional enrolment takes place in late July.  At this time, you will receive a reminder e-mail and link to enrol on the FRA portal.   You cannot enrol receiving this email.

If you don’t enrol during the timeframe provided your place will be at risk.

What do I need to enrol?

You will need photographs or scans of the following information & documents to enrol:

  • Original exam certificates or your official result notification (e.g GCSE’s, A or AS Levels, GNVQ’s, BTEC National Diploma or other similar qualifications)
  • Evidence of your current address e.g A recent utility bill, bank statement (within the last three months) or National Insurance letter etc
  • Proof of I.D – a Passport* or birth certificate with additional photo ID (such as a driving licence)
  • Any document on which your offer is unconditional eg IELTS or NARIC statement (if your previous study was not in English)
  • Passport style photograph. This must be a headshot without filters or emoji’s against a plain background.

*Your passport information will not be stored after verification

How long will it take to enrol?

As long as you have all the information you need to hand, it should take around 15-20 minutes to enrol.

What happens if I apply/receive an offer after the enrolment date?

If you apply during or after enrolment, we will review your application and contact you with next steps.  If we still have places available on your chosen course and you meet the entry criteria, you will still qualify for enrolment

What happens if I accept my offer after online enrolment has closed?

If we still have spaces available, we will notify you by e-mail and invite you to enrol.  This must be completed within 2 working days or your place will be at risk.

What happens after enrolment?

Once you have completed online enrolment and pressed submit, you will receive a confirmation e-mail which will detail next steps, including how to access your FRA e-mail account, when you will receive your timetable and further information about your course.

When do I enrol?

You cannot enrol until you have uploaded your achieved grades on the FRA portal. It is very important you upload your results by 9am on the day after GCSE Results Day even if they aren’t what you were expecting. Without them we cannot progress your application.

Enrolment takes place in late August.  After submitting your results, you will receive an e-mail inviting you to enrol on the FRA portal.  Do not submit your results until you have added them all.  The option to enrol will not be visible until your results have been uploaded.

If you don’t enrol during the timeframe provided your place will be at risk.

For a step by step guide of how to enrol, please click here.

What do I need to enrol?

You will need photographs or scans of the following information & documents to enrol:

  • Original exam certificates or your official result notification (e.g GCSE’s, A or AS Levels, GNVQ’s, BTEC National Diploma or other similar qualifications)
  • Evidence of your current address e.g A recent utility bill, bank statement (within the last three months) or National Insurance letter etc
  • Proof of I.D – a Passport* or birth certificate with additional photo ID (such as a driving licence)
  • Any document on which your offer is unconditional eg IELTS or NARIC statement (if your previous study was not in English)
  • Passport style photograph. This must be a headshot without filters or emoji’s against a plain background

*Your passport information will not be stored after verification

How long will it take to enrol?

As long as you have all the information you need to hand, it should take around 15-20 minutes to enrol.

What happens if I haven’t met the minimum entry criteria for the course?

If you haven’t met the minimum entry criteria it’s still important to upload your results.  We will send you a confirmation e-mail to notify you we have received them, then review your application and come back to you with an outcome.

What happens if I apply/receive an offer after the enrolment date?

If you apply during or after enrolment, we will review your application and contact you with next steps.  If we still have places available on your chosen course and you meet the entry criteria, you will still qualify for late enrolment

What happens if I accept my offer after online enrolment has closed?

If we still have spaces available, we will notify you by e-mail and invite you to enrol.  This must be completed within 2 working days or your place will be at risk.

What happens after enrolment?

Once you have completed online enrolment and pressed submit, you will receive a confirmation e-mail which will detail next steps, including how to access your FRA e-mail account, when you will receive your timetable and further information about your course.

What if I accidentally upload the incorrect results or pressed submit too soon?
Contact us on 0300 247 0039 or info@fra.ac.uk as soon as possible to reset your account.

When do I enrol?

You cannot enrol until you have uploaded your achieved grades on the FRA portal.  For A levels, this is late August.  It is very important you upload your results by 9am on the day after Results Day even if they aren’t what you were expecting. Without them we cannot progress your application.

After submitting your results, you will receive an e-mail inviting you to enrol on the FRA portal.  Do not submit your results until you have added them all.  The option to enrol will not be visible until your results have been uploaded.

If you don’t enrol during the timeframe provided your place will be at risk.

For a step by step guide of how to enrol, please click here.

What do I need to enrol?

You will need photographs or scans of the following information & documents to enrol:

  • Original exam certificates or your official result notification (e.g GCSE’s, A or AS Levels, GNVQ’s, BTEC National Diploma or other similar qualifications)
  • Evidence of your current address e.g a recent utility bill, bank statement (within the last three months) or National Insurance letter etc
  • Proof of I.D – a Passport* or birth certificate with additional photo ID (such as a driving licence)
  • Any document on which your offer is unconditional eg IELTS or NARIC statement (if your previous study was not in English)
  • Passport style photograph. This must be a headshot without filters or emoji’s against a plain background

*Your passport information will not be stored after verification

How long will it take to enrol?

As long as you have all the information you need to hand, it should take around 15-20 minutes to enrol.

What happens if I haven’t met the minimum entry criteria for the course?

If you haven’t met the minimum entry criteria it’s still important to upload your results.  We will send you a confirmation e-mail to notify you we have received them, then review your application and come back to you with an outcome by 1st September.

What happens if I apply/receive an offer after the enrolment date?

If you apply during or after enrolment, we will review your application and contact you with next steps.  If we still have places available on your chosen course and you meet the entry criteria, you will still qualify for late enrolment

What happens if I accept my offer after online enrolment has closed?

If we still have spaces available, we will notify you by e-mail and invite you to enrol.  This must be completed within 2 working days or your place will be at risk.

What happens after enrolment?

Once you have completed online enrolment and pressed submit, you will receive a confirmation e-mail which will detail next steps, including how to access your FRA e-mail account, when you will receive your timetable and further information about your course.

What if I accidentally upload the incorrect results or pressed submit too soon?
Contact us on 0300 247 0039 or info@fra.ac.uk as soon as possible to reset your account.

When do I enrol?

If you are waiting on final results, they will be automatically uploaded to UCAS when they are released.

If you already have your final results from a previous year, these must be uploaded to the Falmouth University portal by the end of August. You must also upload any outstanding required documents (such as proof of I.D) at the same time. We cannot progress your offer until we have these. 

Once this is completed, you will receive an e-mail containing your own user name and password from Falmouth University inviting you to enrol from 1st September. This must be completed by 11th September.

If you have applied for student loan, this will not be released until you have enrolled.

What do I need to enrol?

You will need to confirm that all personal details and qualifications listed are accurate and complete the IT registration.

How long will it take to enrol?

Enrolment takes around 10 minutes to complete. 


What happens if I haven’t met the entry criteria for the course?

If you haven’t met the criteria, we will take another look at your application and make a final decision based on the course teams’ feedback.

What happens after enrolment?

After you have completed online enrolment, we will contact you by e-mail to invite you to Freshers Week.  During your first day at FRA you will complete a short registration with one of our advisors.  You will also receive your timetable during Freshers Week.