When did Burnley College open?

When did Burnley College open?

Burnley College had been finally created. It had all started in 1834 by a small group of working men. Now, the impressive buildings that were completed in 2009 constitute one of Burnley’s great landmarks and the success of Burnley College is there for us all to celebrate.

Is Burnley college free?

Adult Learners If you are unemployed and in receipt of certain Government benefits, including Jobseekers’ Allowance, or are taking part in training as part of a Universal Credit claim, you may be eligible for free training. Burnley College may also be able to support your studies, dependant on your household income.

What grades do you need to get into Burnley College?

At least 5 GCSEs at Grade 5 or above, including Mathematics and English. Completion of a relevant Intermediate Apprenticeship. Your Advanced Apprenticeship could open the door for you to apply for university-level qualifications as a Higher Level Apprentice.

How do I email Burnley College?

Alternatively, you can phone our Student Services team on 01282 733333 or email [email protected] for Burnley College admissions.

Who is the principal of Burnley College?

Karen Buchanan
Karen Buchanan. Karen Buchanan was appointed as Principal of Burnley College and CEO of Themis in 2017. She was previously Deputy Principal of the College appointed in September 2011.

How many students go to Burnley College?

Burnley College/Number of students

How many A levels can I take?

How many A-Levels can you take? You can take a maximum of five A-Levels, although most students choose three. Most universities are happy to offer you a place based on three subjects. This number often excludes general studies, so check the course entry requirements if you’re thinking of taking general studies.

What can I study at the Open University?

Browse our courses by subject

  • Arts and Humanities.
  • Biology.
  • Business and Management.
  • Chemistry.
  • Combined Studies.
  • Computing and IT.
  • Counselling.
  • Creative Writing.

Do Oxbridge prefer 4 A levels?

Will four A levels help me get into Oxbridge or other top unis? First things first. No UK university asks for four A levels, and they understand that many students don’t have the option to take more than three. If they make you an offer, it will be based on your grades in three A level subjects.

Are 4 A levels better than 3?

They really don’t like to admit that taking 4 A-Levels is better than taking 3 – but when it comes to comparing you with other students, you will be preferred. If you want to take your education to the highest level, then taking 4 A-Levels is definitely for you.

Is a degree from Open University respected?

As a top-rated academic institution, the Open University’s degrees are respected by employers. In fact, 75 per cent of the top 100 FTSE companies have sponsored their staff on these courses. Since the outset, the Open University has not asked for any formal qualifications to enter undergraduate-level study.

Is Open University a real degree?

The OU offers a whole range of qualifications, from certificates and diplomas to honours degrees and postgraduate qualifications – all of which are not only ‘proper’ and fully accredited, they are highly rated by employers. But it’s the ‘Open’ degree that sets the OU apart from its traditional counterparts.

When is the open day for Burnley College?

An Opportunity to enjoy the ‘virtual’ Burnley College experience from the comfort of your own home. Join us on 14 September at our Open Event, as Burnley College opens the doors to our outstanding £100 million town centre campus

How big is the campus of Burnley College?

Take a look around our £100 million Campus in the heart of Burnley. It has been designed with the learner experience at its heart, with state-of-the-art, industry standard facilities and bright, airy social spaces. At Burnley College, we are passionate about your success and committed to keeping you safe.

Is there a Sixth Form Centre at Burnley College?

Whatever your vision for the future – there’s a place for you at Burnley College Sixth Form Centre – and we want to offer you the chance to discover just what that looks like.

What can you do with an apprenticeship at Burnley College?

An apprenticeship combines on-the-job practical work experience with study, allowing you to master more complex accounting disciplines, as well as achieving the AAT Certificate in… The course involves both financial accounting and the recording of past events, and management accounting as a means of planning and decision making.