University of Buckingham
Leicester, United Kingdom
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The Higher Education (HE ) programmes we offer here at City College Norwich are designed to take you to where you want to be. City College Norwich is a major centre for HE learning, with around 1,500 HE students and the widest range of vocational programmes in the East of England. We pride ourselves on the quality of our learning – and because we make sure our programmes equip students with the skills that employers want, an HE qualification from City College Norwich represents a real investment in your future.
All of our degrees are awarded by the University of East Anglia (UEA) with whom we enjoy Associate College Status. From Foundation Degrees, which are tailored to the specific requirements of local employers and which often require no formal qualifications, to Honours Degrees, we are confident that we can provide you with the programme that will help you to reach your goals.
Here at City College Norwich we are focussed on giving you the best possible student experience. Our superb facilities, dedicated HE study areas and committed staff enable us to deliver our programmes in a friendly environment that is attuned to your individual needs.
We keep our classes and tutorial groups relatively small to create an atmosphere where you can feel relaxed and comfortable, complemented by larger group lectures, which allow you to really get to know your tutors and get the most from your study.
We are proud to have a diverse range of students on our HE programmes and whatever your age, background or qualifications, we are sure that we can help you to realise your aspirations. We welcome all students whether returning to study after a break or continuing your education direct from school or college. We are also able to provide extensive professional support to all students with disabilities, special learning needs or other requirements.
The main campus is located on Ipswich Road in Norwich, a 30-minutes walk from the Norwich railway station.