Information, Advice & Guidance

Our iZone team can provide information, advice and guidance (IAG) about College courses and study programmes, how to enrol and what services and facilities are available to you as a student.

Our iZone team deliver a free, professional and friendly IAG service. We can also offer you advice within a confidential setting if required.

We can support you with: 

Applying for a course – we can guide you through the process and we are able to support you with the completion of your application form; 

Course information – we can provide you with course information and discuss various options available to you. If you need detailed course content information we can signpost you to our curriculum staff for further advice;

Enrolling onto a course – we can explain the enrolment process and help you complete the appropriate forms. Where appropriate, we will discuss payment methods and fee remission criteria relevant to your age and financial circumstances. We can also give advice on other financial support that may be available to you, depending on your circumstances.

Travel & Transport – We will talk to you about all the different travel options available to you, including, bus timetables and our direct Yeovil College buses.

Opening times:

Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 6pm
Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm
Yeovil College holidays:
Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 5pm
Friday 8.30am – 4pm


Changes to Course Information:

Prospectus and Marketing Collateral

Yeovil College has made every effort to ensure that the details in our prospectus are correct at time of going to print. We may introduce new courses during the year; please check our offer page www.yeovil.ac.uk/our-courses/ for the most up-to-date information. We reserve the right to cancel any courses where, in our view, there is insufficient demand, or where unforeseen circumstances make it impossible to run. Information may be changed after publication as a result of changes made by awarding bodies or changes to government funding rules/eligibility. In either of these cases, the College would follow the provisions outlined in Section 8 of the Admissions Policy, and would endeavour to inform applicants / students as soon as possible, and would ensure applicants / students were provided with appropriate information and support about the options available to them, such as alternative course availability. In the case of Yeovil College University Centre students, courses would only be cancelled or information varied in line with Sections 6 and 8 of our Higher Education Terms & Conditions, and in these cases students may be entitled to financial redress in line with the Higher Education Refund and Compensation Policy.