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Study an undergraduate course in Barnsley

Barnsley College HE student smiling at camera on a computer.

Barnsley College HE student smiling at camera on a computer.

We have launched our new Higher Education (HE) course guide showcasing our range of higher-level courses.

We offer higher-level programmes including foundation and honours degrees, Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, HNCs, HNDs and professional business and leadership courses which are validated by leading universities.

A wide range of part-time and full-time courses are available in subjects including Animal Management, Art and Design, Business and Management, Construction, Childcare and Teacher Training, Criminology, Communities and Criminal Justice, Health and Social Care, Music and Sport.

The small and friendly campus offers flexible courses that are suitable for anyone who is wanting to study at undergraduate level including those that will be finishing college or Sixth Form, anyone who is currently in employment and wants to improve their skills and knowledge to help with a promotion or career progression, or anyone who is wanting a career change and is looking to retrain.

In the academic year 2019/20 the we celebrated another year of successful results with 82% of students on Bachelor’s programmes being awarded a First-Class Degree. The College is also the best in South Yorkshire for student satisfaction, achieving 88% overall student satisfaction in the 2019/20 National Student survey (NSS) Satisfaction Survey.

Director of Quality for HE at the College, Andrea Clarke, said: “Those studying a HE course at Barnsley College will benefit from high academic standards, expert staff who are passionate about their subjects and excellent facilities.

“Competition in the job market is fierce and a higher-level course provides the best possible chance for career progression. Combined with our excellent results and student feedback, now is the perfect time to start thinking about studying a HE course at Barnsley College.”

Download a copy of the new 2022 HE course guide.

For more information about our HE courses or to apply for a course starting in September 2021 get in touch

Last updated: 11th May 2021

Originally posted on: 11th May 2021

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