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HE Study Places Available Through Clearing
06 August 2019 | College News
If you are considering university-level study, City College Plymouth still has places available for this September through clearing! The College offers a range of higher education courses, from creative industries and computing to engineering and construction.
Whether you didn’t get the results you wanted, did better than expected or are looking for a new direction, the College may have a course or Apprenticeship to suit you. With a range of university-level study programmes on offer, including Honours Degrees, Foundation Degrees, Higher National Certificates and Higher/Degree Apprenticeships, why not consider taking your next steps with City College Plymouth?
Kat Jones, Head of Higher Education at City College Plymouth, said: “When most people think about getting a degree, they think of university, but you can also achieve university-level qualifications at college.
“If you have just received your results, there are lots of options, regardless of your grades. It’s not too late to apply for a place on one of the College’s flexible and career-focused higher education courses starting this September. With subjects including computing, the creative arts, engineering, health, public services and sport, there is something for everyone – and they have all been developed in partnership with local employers.”
Whatever you choose to study at City College, you can be sure you’re getting a high-quality education. The College has been awarded the highest TEF rating of ‘Gold’ for its university-level provision (the only education provider in the City of Plymouth to achieve this distinction!), consistently delivering outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students.
To speak to an advisor or apply for a course, call the College’s clearing hotline on 01752 305786. Alternatively, you can come along to one of the College’s upcoming information events: HE Drop-in Session, 11.00am – 1.00pm on Tuesday 13 August or Exam Results Open Day, 10.00am – 4.00pm on Friday 23 August. Or, drop in to the College to speak to the Information team – we’re open all summer!