New Students

If you would like to become a LILA* student, please complete our online application form or email for more information and request a prospectus. Read more information on How to Apply.

A Level applicants

If you decide to apply, our Head of Admissions will review your application and if you meet the criteria, will invite you for an interview. International students may be asked to take an English Language and Mathematics test before the interview. If you are an international student or live far away, it is possible to conduct an interview via Skype.

Should you be successful at the interview stage, a place will be offered to the applicant and conditions may be attached to the offer such as achieving certain grades at GCSE or receiving a positive school report. If a reference has not already been provided from the applicant’s current/previous school, this will be required.

Once you’ve accepted your offer, your application is complete and you will receive instructions on how to pay the deposit for your course.

Visit our How to Apply page for full details and to start the application process.

Have you already booked your course at LILA* College?

Please remember:

  • You must bring valid identification with you on your first day to be able to begin your course. We will accept passports or government-issued identity cards and a valid visa when applicable.
  • Your first day begins at 8:30 am in Reception where you will be met by our Receptionist who will ask for your name and valid identification. They will take a copy of your ID, give you your Welcome Pack and will show you to the Common Room where you can wait for induction.
  • Your induction will begin once all the new students have arrived and you will meet the Director of Studies and other members of the team. The induction will last about 90 minutes and the team will welcome you to David Game College Liverpool and give you some important information about the school.
  • Your timetable and course book will be ready for collection from Reception. When you get your timetable please check that it has the correct information on it.

For all useful information, you will need during your time in Liverpool, including emergency contact numbers, public transport and student health.