Committing to a higher level of study can be a difficult decision to make, but at Bournville College, we have experienced staff to help you at every step of the way. With the recent increase of tuition fees at University, studying at Bournville College will see you save a considerable amount – our fees are up to £2,000 lower than most universities, so gaining your qualification won’t leave you struggling for money.
Why choose University Level at Bournville College?
Choosing a University Level course at Bournville College will not only provide you with the chance to study close to home, saving, even more, money and time, but will also see you benefit from being taught at our Longbridge campus, featuring state-of-the-art technologies, modern facilities, and a friendly, lively atmosphere. Our smaller class sizes also mean you’ll be given more one-on-one support, as well as being assigned a personal tutor for the duration of your studies. You’ll also benefit from our excellent partnerships with many respected universities and businesses.
There is also plenty to do around the campus when not studying. You’ll have discounted rates to the fully-equipped fitness centre, which boasts a steam room, sauna and the latest gym equipment. There are also plenty of student-led activities to get involved in, and our social calendar is brimming with events to keep you occupied.
Statistics show that those who don’t study a University level course earn £100,000 less in their working lives than those who do, so increase your prospects and achieve your dreams with Bournville College, where your career doesn’t have to cost.
University Level Partners
At Bournville College we aim to deliver the highest possible standard for our University Level students. In order to achieve and maintain this high standard, we have partnered with several leading Universities.
Our partner Universities are as follows:
QAA, February 2015
“The supportive atmosphere provided by the College in integral to students’ decision to progress onto a higher education course at the College.”
“The College supports students by offering a good experience at initial application and admission stages and by offering appropriate support to those who need it.”
“The College maintains good links with local employers and employer –related agencies”