You can study any of nearly 50 Higher Education courses, all designed with you and local employers in mind. This means that the majority of our courses are vocational and relate to jobs, career progression and local industry. For a full list of courses, please see below.What qualifications can I get?
Through hard work and commitment, you can gain one of a range of qualifications, including professional accreditations, such as Association of Accounting Technicians, Institute of Leadership & Management or Chartered Institute of Marketing status, Higher National Diplomas, Foundation, Honours or Master’s degrees, teaching qualifications or Diplomas at Level 5 or above. It all depends upon what you want to achieve, so come to one of our open events to see how we can help you.
As well as being stand-alone qualifications, Foundation degrees and HNDs are courses which represent the first two years of an Honours degree programme. Once you achieve your Foundation degree or HND, you can often apply for a further year of study to ‘top up’ your qualification to a full Honours degree.What are Top Up courses?
If you have a HND or Foundation degree, you can take a Top Up course to achieve a full Honours degree. Look out for ‘Top Up’ in the our course headings.
Yes, all the degrees offered at Yeovil College University Centre are accredited by our partner universities. This means you will take classes at the University Centre and graduate in Yeovil, but your degree will be from the accrediting university. You can see which university is linked to a degree on the course information pages.Can I study a post-graduate course with you?
Yes. Yeovil College University Centre offers Master’s and other post-graduate courses, including the MA in Personal & Professional Development and teaching qualifications. Please check the subject sections for details.Where can I find out about specific courses?
You can find summaries of each of our courses in our prospectus, along with key information, entry requirements, tuition fees and awarding bodies. For full details, visit the course information pages on this website.Can I talk to the course lecturer?
Yes, they would be more than happy to speak to you at one of our open events.Can I learn in a way to suit my life and commitments?
Yeovil College University Centre offers several different modes of study, depending upon the course. For example, you can study full-time, part-time, in the evenings, at weekends, pay-as-you-go or through blended learning. Call us on 01953 845454 or come to one of our open events to find out more.