The goal of the study was to investigate transition process of students with special need from school to Vocational Education and Training system. The question of the study was: What kind of experiences do the students with special educational needs have with the enrolment process to vocational education and training system? It tries to figure out in what way does professional testing as well as registration service contribute in the process of choosing future educational programme. Qualitative, particularly hermeneutic approach was used within this study in order to collect and analyse the data. Semi-structured interview was applied with six students with special educational needs in order to answer research question. Those students were pioneers that tried new enrolment process in vocational colleges. Theoretical framework was based on the reports and literature review done by European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. Experiences of European countries connected to the transition process and Individual Transition Plan is discussed in multidirectional way. Within this study participants highlighted four main topics connected to their experiences to the professional testing and registration process. The themes that outlined were: applying to college, professional testing, adapted environment and nowadays occupation. Three main issues are discussed in this study: time, information vacuum, superficial and unitary professional orientation. Based on this issues some recommendations for effective transition process are presented.