Higher education courses at Cambridge Regional College are a great low-cost, high-value alternative to university – with small classes, great staff and outstanding facilities.
More and more students are choosing to study HE at a further education college and our students love studying here, praising our “brilliant” lecturers, superb teaching and fantastic opportunities.
HE students at CRC study Foundation Degrees, or BTEC Higher National Certificates and Diplomas - equivalent to the first two years of university, and providing valuable standalone qualifications at the end of each year.
Subjects range from engineering to sports, with students choosing to top up to a full degree at university or progress straight into employment.
HNC and HND fees at CRC are just £4,000 a year – compared to average tuition fees of over £8,500 at UK universities.
HE Public Services student Elliot Stephens says: “The lower costs of studying at CRC are a huge benefit as you can save a lot of money and the opportunities you can get are incredible. You spend as much time out of the classroom getting involved with Public Services as you do in, learning about them."
Apply now or come along to our August Advice Days on 26 & 30 August, 9.30am to 1pm. To find out more, call 01223 226315 or see www.camre.ac.uk
Higher Education courses at Cambridge Regional College range from construction and engineering to business and public services, and include HNCs, HNDs and Foundation degrees. To find out more about courses starting in September 2016, click on the links below,