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Overview

At Cambria, our university level courses are all designed with employment in mind to maximise your career potential. Every year, increasing numbers of students choose to study degree-level courses with us.
We have invested millions of pounds into our facilities and sites, and our students have reaped the rewards, achieving outstanding results and better graduate employment prospects. Employer input ensures you develop the skills needed to succeed in your chosen career.
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University Partners

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All Cambria degree level courses are validated by some of the best universities in the UK.

Our current partners are Swansea University, Aberystwyth University, University of Chester and Wrexham Glyndwr University.

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Levels of Study

Higher Education (HE) means any level of study beyond A Levels or Level 3 vocational qualifications. This can include:

Foundation degrees
Full degrees (BA, BSc BEng)
Higher apprenticeships (known as degree apprenticeships in England)
Professional qualifications at Level 4+ including leadership and managements and technical qualifications in work related areas such as Accounting, Human Resources, Health and Safety etc.
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Entry Requirements

We award places based as much on life skills and experience as we do on subject-related qualifications. As a result, we have a diverse student community made up of college leavers as well as mature students looking to progress or change their career. Our exact entry requirements are listed in the individual course outlines.

Fees and Funding

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Higher Education students can get access to a variety of financial support. The Student Loans Company offer loans and grants for studying higher education courses at Coleg Cambria. Eligibility depends on the course type and where you live.

In summary:
Some of our Higher Education programmes can be studied as part of a Higher Apprenticeship. There is currently a charge for the HE element of the apprenticeship, however the rest of the apprenticeship framework is funded by the Welsh Government.

Bursary for current students
For September 2017 starts we are offering a £1,000 bursary for all current Coleg Cambria students who study these Cambria degree courses:
Bursaries will be awarded in two instalments, term 1 and 2, to students on programmes who have paid their fees.
More details about how to apply are available via Student Services 0300 30 30 007 and via the student loans company website http://www.slc.co.uk/
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