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What should I do next: what City of Bristol College has to offer for Higher Education students?

So you have picked up your A Level results and are now looking at taking the next step on your education journey. But what to do next?

City of Bristol College offers high-quality teaching, a supportive environment and cost-effective tuition fees on a range of its Higher Education courses. You would study in a safe environment if you decide to join City of Bristol College this September.

Studying with us is different to studying at a big university. Here you will learn in small classes with individual support tailored to you in a range of subjects, including: Business, Counselling, Early Years, Educational Support, Photography, Health and Social Care, Multimedia Design, Construction and many more.

With the arrival of Covid-19 in England, you may be worried about how this could impact on your studies if you were to go to university. How would your experience as a ‘fresher’ differ from previous cohorts of students and what would your lectures, classes and overall experience be like?

All classrooms, workshops, libraries and social areas are being adapted to ensure you can study and socialise safely. The college is also introducing new enhanced cleaning regimes and modifying timetables to spread out foot fall across all centres.

We have introduced a one-way system around our college centres, temperature checks and clear signage as well as modified locks on the bathrooms.

We provide a range of funding options to support you on your journey, including our Higher Education Progression Bursary. A bursary of up to £900 will be awarded to students who studied a Level 3 course with City of Bristol College in the previous academic year and enrol on the first year of one of the specified higher education courses starting in September 2020.

Other forms of funding support include money towards travel, childcare and meals.

Our higher education (HE) courses are open for applications. If you want to study a full-time course, you’ll need to apply through UCAS. If you want to study part-time, you can enquire through the course webpage to start your application.

Browse our higher education courses or find out more about how to apply. You can also speak to our Student Services team on 0117 312 5000 to discuss your options.

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