There’s never been a better time to plan how you can achieve higher level qualifications. Whether you want to start a new career, return to work after a break, achieve a promotion in your current industry or develop an interest, Carlisle College can help you fulfill your goals.
At Carlisle College, part of NCG, we have a range of Higher Education courses that get you work ready. Designed with local employers we ensure that all our courses give you the graduate skills and knowledge needed in your industry.
It’s never too late to gain higher level qualifications and whether you are 18 or 80, our flexible delivery models allow you to study full time or part time around work.
If you are already employed, talk to your employer about how higher level apprenticeships and degree apprenticeships can improve their business by increasing your knowledge.
If you’re not sure whether you have the correct qualifications see our Entry Criteria Guide, or if your education comes from the ‘University of Life’ and you have no formal qualifications, look at our Access to HE programmes to boost your knowledge.
We’ve been delivering HE for many years, so have a browse around our HE pages and see how we can help you achieve your goals.About UCLAN
Today UCLan is one of the UK’s largest universities with a student and staff community approaching 38,000. Internationally the University of Central Lancashire has academic partners in all regions of the globe and it is on a world stage that the first class quality of its education was first recognised.
In 2010 UCLan became the first UK modern university to appear in the QS World University Rankings. In 2016 the Centre for World University Rankings placed UCLan in the top 3.7 percent of all worldwide universities, highlighting the progress the institution has made in providing students with real-world learning experiences and reflecting the institution’s broad pool of academic talent.
Amongst its programme portfolio of some 400 undergraduate and 200+ postgraduate courses, UCLan has been at the forefront of developing degrees in emerging disciplines. The aim is to provide a rich source of new graduates that reflect the economic priorities of the North West, the UK and indeed the global economy.