In order to apply to Sir George Monoux College you must submit an Application Form. Please submit your application; we will require your reference at a later point. There are a number of ways to obtain an Application Form:

Apply Online

Applying online is the easiest way to apply and should take no more than 10 minutes!

  • Submit a completed Application Form to our Reception, Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm. Alternatively you can post a completed Application Form to us at:

    Sir George Monoux College
    190 Chingford Road
    London
    E17 5AA

Please send your Application Forms straight to the College.

Click the tabs to the left for more information on how to obtain our Prospectus or Application Form

Please take time to complete the Application Form accurately as any missing information can lead to delays in the processing of your application. References can be obtained from your current or previous school or college.

There are a number of ways to obtain our latest Prospectus:

  • Online – download our Prospectus
  • By post – You can request a hard copy using the form on our Downloads page, or by calling 020 8523 3544 extension 3400.
  • Visit the College – Feel free to come and see us Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm to pick up a Prospectus. For information on how to find us.
  • Ask your Tutor, Head of Careers or Head of Year 11 for a Prospectus, as we distribute to our local schools.

In order to apply to Sir George Monoux College you must submit an Application Form. There are a number of ways to do this:

  • Apply online – Go to our Courses A-Z page, click into the course(s) of your choice, and click on the 'Apply For This Course Online' button to add that course to your application basket.
  • Print at home – download our Application Form.
  • By post – You can request a hard copy using the form on our Downloads page, or by calling 020 8523 3544 extension 3400.
  • Visit the College – Feel free to come and see us Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm to pick up an Application Form. For more information on how to find us.
  • Ask your Tutor, Head of Careers or Head of Year 11 for an Application Form, as we distribute to our local schools.

Once your Application Form has been processed, we will send you an acknowledgement (via text where possible), which will inform you of the general arrangements for interview.

All students who meet our entry criteria and apply before the Application Form submission date will be offered an interview. The interview is designed to help you choose the best course and subjects to suit your interests and abilities. It is also an opportunity for you to discuss your university and career aims and to ensure that your choices are appropriate for these ambitions. You will also be able to discuss College life, student finance, enrichment opportunities and ask any further questions you may have.

Interviews begin in October of each year and continue into the Spring of the following year. The College will still process Application Forms after the submission date, but may not offer an interview as part of the process.

College tours are available on request and there will be opportunities to speak to current students on your visit.

Information on Enrolment and Induction

Check the Dates For Your Diary page to see when the next Open Day is scheduled, and to reserve your place.

College tours are available on request and there will be opportunities to speak to current students on your visit.

For further information on How to Apply, please call 020 8523 3544 ext. 3400.

Can I re-do my A-Levels/transfer to your college mid-year?

We will look at this on a case by case scenario. Send us an e-mail at admissions@sgmc.ac.uk which outlines the subjects you currently study, the units of your subjects & the exam board. We also need to know whether you are studying an AS, A2 or a linear course. Please also outline the reason for your transfer in the e-mail and the area/sixth form/college you are transferring from.

Can I study A-Levels alongside BTECs?

You can study mixed vocational and A Levels, please look at our prospectus for which BTEC certificates we offer. 90/180 credit vocational is a full course and cannot be mixed with A-Levels.

I am an overseas student, I did my education abroad. Can I still apply to your college?

Overseas students need to have their results translated by UK Naric, if you have not had this done, we will give you a English and Maths test to determine your current level and then choose an appropriate course of study.

I’m over 19, can I apply to your college?

We are a 16-18 sixth form college, we accept applications from 16-18 year olds. If you are 18 on or before the 31st of August of the year you wish to apply, and meet our entry requirements of the course you wish to do you can make an application with us.