If you plan to study full-time at the college you will be able to take on what we call "study programmes".
We use this name as they are designed to provide you with a whole set of skills beyond just a qualification. Unlike A Levels, study programmes offer you a package of opportunities to help you develop independently.
Imagine you're packing your suitcase to go on holiday. You want to be as prepared as possible to have a good time so you're careful to pack everything you'll need, like your passport, flip flops, sun cream and that pool inflatable you ordered back in January.
Our study programmes are exactly the same, except they give you everything you need to reach your career destination:
- A qualification that will stretch you
- Maths and English classes for everyone who hasn't yet achieved a GCSE Level 4 or above
- Work experience opportunities to help you build employability skills
- Development days which will help you build professional and personal skills
Our study programmes are also a good route to university – many of our diploma courses are at Level 3 (equivalent to A Levels) and universities welcome these qualifications as a good basis to prepare you for a degree. We also offer Higher Education in a growing number of subjects.
If you have a learning difficulty or disability; we have a team that will help you to make sure everyone has the same opportunities to achieve their best.
Click here to see our wide range of full-time study programmes or for further information contact: