The Principal’s Pledge to Care leavers

Here, at Mont Rose College, we are committed to supporting care leavers. If you are considering joining HE or presently studying at Most Rose College, we will provide all the necessary support enabling you to succeed during your time with us.

We commit to:

  • Provide you with all possible guidance and advice about the UCAS application process, available financial support, accommodation, learning or disability support.
  • Assign a designated tutor and mentor to guide you throughout your studies and to help you progress to further education or employment
  • Provide you with the financial support of up to £2000 to help you with your goals and aspirations.
  • Ensure that you have access to all necessary IT equipment for education and training.
  • Assign a designated welfare officer to help you to settle in, improve your experience of education, and provide you with ongoing support and advice during your studies.
  • Provide you enhanced employability support.

The dedicated welfare team will be happy to respond to your queries. Please get in touch at to arrange an initial chat

What is Care leaver?

A care leaver is defined as a person aged 25 or under, who has been looked after by a local authority for at least 13 weeks since the age of 14; and who was looked after by the local authority at school-leaving age or after that date.

How do I inform the College that I am a Care leaver?

If you have confirmed that you are a care leaver on the UCAS form during your admission process, then the College will know that you are a care leaver. If you have not ticked the box, but you are a care leaver, please make contact with the student services team at, where the team will be able to advise further.