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2019 PROSPECTUS

UNDERGRADUATE/POSTGRADUATE


OPEN DAYS

VISIT OUR BRILLIANT FACILITIES, INCLUDING AN ON-SITE DELI, SOCIAL ZONES AND STUDY SUPPORT HUB. Our curriculum teams will be on hand to talk through our degree courses, including modules, work-related learning, assessment processes, entry requirements and employment opportunities. Drop in, meet the team and find out more about what the University Centre has to offer!

Wednesday 10 October 2018, 4-7pm Wednesday 9 January 2019, 5-7pm Wednesday 3 July 2019, 5-7pm TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF!

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WELCOME AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE, WE PROVIDE A SUPPORTIVE HIGHER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT DESIGNED TO PROMOTE AND ENHANCE INDEPENDENT LEARNING. We appreciate and recognise everyone’s unique differences and are committed to enhancing your knowledge and helping you accomplish your academic and career goals. Whether you are continuing your studies, changing career path or returning to learning, we are here to help you reach your full potential and are on hand to support you to attain the qualifications you require. Our key priority is to make sure that the course is right for you and to help you achieve your full potential. We are dedicated to excellence and will work with you as partners in learning and research to ensure that we achieve this. Our students commend us on the support we provide to help you realise your goals. We hope that that you will enjoy a first class experience with us. Janet Faulkner Dean of Higher Education

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ABOUT US ABOUT OUR DEGREES

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BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Business, Enterprise and Management Leadership and Management

OUR COURSES AT KEIGHLEY COLLEGE

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WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO YOU NEED?

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CHOOSING YOUR COURSE

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GETTING IN

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YOUR GRADUATION

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UPCOMING COURSES

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OUR APPRENTICESHIPS

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FEES & FUNDING

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Art Enterprise (Graphic Design and Illustration)

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

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Art Enterprise (Fashion and Textiles)

STUDENTS’ UNION

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WHERE TO LIVE

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LIFE IN LEEDS

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HOW TO FIND US

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  CHARTERED MANAGER APPRENTICESHIP DEGREE

COMPUTING 46 Applied Computing

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Cyber Security and Networking   SOFTWARE DEVELOPER APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 4   NETWORK ENGINEER APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 4

CREATIVE ARTS Art Enterprise

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Acting Dance Performance Computer Games Film and Screen Media Photography

ENGINEERING 76 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Manufacturing Engineering

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  ADVANCED MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING   HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 4

FASHION, THEATRICAL & MEDIA HAIR & MAKEUP

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HEALTH, CARE & EDUCATION

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Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup

Children’s Care, Learning and Development Children and Young People’s Care and Education Health and Social Care Health and Wellbeing Social Care (Adult and Community) Supporting Teaching and Learning   HEALTHCARE ASSISTANT PRACTITIONER   APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 5


LAW 102 Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Law and Criminal Studies

SCIENCE 110 Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences)

Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences)   LABORATORY TECHNICIAN ADVANCED   APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 3   LABORATORY SCIENTIST APPRENTICESHIP DEGREE

SPORT 120 Sport (Coaching)

Sport (Performance) Sport (Physical Education)

TEACHER TRAINING

Certificate in Education (Post-16 Education and Training) (In Service)

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Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary) Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Post-16 Education and Training) (In Service/Pre Service) Post-Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Higher Education (In Service) Masters in Education   FE LEARNING AND SKILLS TEACHER   APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 5   TEACHER APPRENTICESHIP LEVEL 6

TOURISM & AVIATION Tourism and Aviation

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International Tourism and Aviation Management

UPCOMING COURSES New courses for September 2019

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WE PROVIDE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DESIGNED TO SUIT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS, ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND HELP YOU FULFIL YOUR AMBITIONS. Getting you the qualifications required for your chosen career is at the forefront of our teaching. We have foundation degree awarding powers, enabling us to award degrees recognised by universities and employers throughout. Our University Centre is tailored towards undergraduate and postgraduate students with amenities perfect for both individual and collaborative work. We have fully equipped breakout rooms, vast study areas, plenty of IT suites and reliable Wi-Fi, enabling you to learn in a style that suits you. You will be able to make the most of our study zone with an expanded library service and skills hub, providing advice and best practices for your degree qualification.

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We have access to industry standard equipment unique to many of our subject areas. These range from the Makeup Vault to practical science labs. If required by your course you will also have access to further facilities available on other campuses such as our life sized aircraft cabin simulator or photoready studios, fully equipped with professional lighting, a dark room and backdrops.


We understand the value and importance of higher education and will work with you to ensure you are in the best position to succeed. Our dedicated Higher Education Learning Support Officer is available to help and support you.

We are proud to be working with the Open University, giving you highly valued degrees, sought after by universities and employers.

We pride ourselves in providing unrivalled support to our University Centre family. Being one of just two Google Reference colleges across the UK means our students have the flexibility to log in and access documents, lecture notes, study resources and more, to support their studies from anywhere.

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ABOUT OUR DEGREES

WHAT WE CAN OFFER AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE AT LEEDS CITY COLLEGE. We understand, support and welcome everyone’s differences. Whether you’re starting out, changing your career path, looking to upskill or wanting to study part-time or full-time, we will empower you with the education and skills to confidently realise your potential. CHOOSING THE FOUNDATION DEGREE OR TOP-UP ROUTE. Our University Centre has foundation degree awarding powers enabling us to provide our graduates with higher education qualifications recognised and valued worldwide.

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Foundation degrees are respected qualifications in their own right and develop specific expertise, relevant to a particular sector. Unless stated, foundation degrees generally last two years when studied on a full-time basis.


Top-Up Degree

Foundation Degree

3 YEARS

DIFFERENT ROUTE, SAME QUALIFICATION!

Honours Degree

A top-up course is ideal for students who have already completed a relevant foundation degree or HND and wishing to top up their qualification to gain a full honours degree.

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OUR COURSES AT KEIGHLEY COLLEGE

FANCY STUDYING IN A TOWN TUCKED AWAY IN THE AIRE VALLEY OF WEST YORKSHIRE? Keighley College is part of the Leeds City College Group and is introducing an exciting higher education offer to complement its growing curriculum. With an Ofsted rating of GOOD with OUTSTANDING features, you’ll be part of a close-knit student community, studying in a supportive and encouraging environment.

Find out more about the fantastic opportunities available!

Keighley College is renowned for its industry standard facilities and is home to the Industrial Centre of Excellence for advanced manufacturing and engineering, equipping the next generation of professionals with the skills they need to thrive in the industry.

• Supporting Teaching and Learning

Just a short journey from the centre of Leeds, Keighley is half an hour away by train and is accessible by bus and car.

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The Foundation Degrees on offer are: • Health and Wellbeing

We also offer a HNC in: • Manufacturing Engineering


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WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO YOU NEED? FOR FOUNDATION DEGREES, HNC, HND, LLB A LEVEL  Two A levels at grade D BTEC  Level 3 Dip/Ext Dip MM/MMP profile in a relevant subject GCSE  A number at Grade 4/C (minimum), preferably including English INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS  Assessed against the criteria above  PEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES  IELTS score of at least 6.0 (with no less than S 5.5 in any one pathway) or recognised Level 2 English qualification MATURE STUDENTS  Mature candidates will be interviewed to assess their suitability

FOR BA (HONS), BSc (HONS) TOP UP DEGREES FOUNDATION DEGREE  50% or above in a relevant subject from a UK institution HND  Merit profile in a relevant subject GCSE  A number at Grade 4/C (minimum), preferably including English INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS  Assessed against the criteria above  PEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES  IELTS score of at least 6.0 (with no less than S 5.5 in any one pathway) or recognised Level 2 English qualification

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PGCE, CERT ED, PGCE PRE-SERVICE/IN-SERVICE PGCE (Pre-Service) BA/BSc (HONS)  2:2 or equivalent. If the degree is not in your main teaching area, you will be required to hold at least a minimum of NVQ (NQF) Level 3 in your vocational area A LEVEL  Two at Grade D or equivalent GCSE  Five subjects, including three at Grade C/4 or above (which must include English and maths) OTHER  To attend and successfully pass an interview. Satisfactory enhanced check for regulated activity with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), formerly known as a Criminal Records Bureau check

PGCE (In-Service) As above but with the following TEACHING EXPERIENCE  A minimum of 50 hours of teaching per year throughout the duration of the course

CERT ED As above but with the following You will be required to hold at least a minimum of NVQ (NQF) Level 3 in your vocational area

MASTERS DEGREE BA/BSc/BEng (HONS) DEGREE 2:2 or above in a relevant subject PROFESSIONAL/VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Candidates who have successfully completed a relevant professional or vocational qualification equivalent to level 6 study may be eligible for Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Assessed against the criteria above SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES IELTS score of at least 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any one pathway) or a recognised level 2 English qualification

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CHOOSING YOUR COURSE

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APPLYING FOR FULL-TIME?

APPLYING FOR PART-TIME?

UCAS is an online application system which can be used anywhere and anytime, so you can fill in your application whenever it suits you.

If the course you wish to apply for runs on a part-time basis please apply online via our website at

A small UCAS processing fee is required, please see UCAS.com for more information. UCAS will keep you informed of the progress of your application(s) via the ‘Track’ system. You will also receive valuable advice about how and when to apply for student finance, as well as important information, tips and advice about higher education in 2019.

If you cannot apply online but want to register your interest for a course, or if you have any queries about how to apply, contact us on 0113 216 2406 or admissions@ucleeds.ac.uk

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NEED MORE INFORMATION ABOUT APPLYING THROUGH UCAS? Visit UCAS.com OR contact us at admissions@ucleeds.ac.uk

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GETTING IN

IF YOU FEEL YOU MAY NOT FULFIL THESE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, SEE BELOW OR CONTACT US. NON-STANDARD ENTRY

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

We welcome applications from mature candidates (over the age of 21) who may not meet the academic criteria. Mature candidates will be interviewed to assess their suitability.

International qualifications will be assessed against the criteria. Speakers of other languages need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any one pathway) or a recognised Level 2 English qualification.

In the absence of formal learning qualifications, you should demonstrate relevant work experience, including volunteering. The course structures actively support claims for Accreditation of Prior Learning.

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PART-TIME APPLICANTS Part-time students would be expected to be employed or have relevant previous experience.


ALL APPLICANTS All applicants must demonstrate that they have the required literacy skills to complete the course. Students considering progression on to a top-up degree may be required to have both English and mathematics GCSE at Grade 4/C.

Opportunities to gain these whilst studying at college will be available. Candidates applying for a place on a BA/BSc (Hons) top-up programme will need to hold a relevant foundation degree or HND. Minimum grade profiles may apply. Please contact us for details.

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YOUR GRADUATION

YOUR GRADUATION IS A PIVOTAL PART OF YOUR STUDIES, A PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO CELEBRATE YOUR SUCCESSES WITH TUTORS AND LOVED ONES. We realise the importance of graduating and work hard to create a memorable and prestigious ceremony to celebrate your achievements. Each year, our graduates hear from high-profile guest speakers, often sharing insightful stories about their own education journey for inspiration and motivation.

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Previous guest speakers have included BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration MBE, Yorkshire author Gervase Phinn, Educating Yorkshire's Matthew Burton and War Veteran Simon Weston CBE.


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UPCOMING COURSES

HOW TO APPLY: UCAS Institution Code L21 For part-time applications call 0113 216 2406

LOOK OUT FOR OUR NEW COURSES. COMING YOUR WAY IN SEPTEMBER 2019 (subject to validation)

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BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT

LAW

Accountancy

BA (Hons)

Foundation Degree

SCIENCE

Leadership and Management

Policing

Masters

Biomedical Sciences Masters

Events Management

SPORT

Foundation Degree

CREATIVE ARTS Art Enterprise

(Graphic Design and Illustration) BA (Hons) (Top-Up)

Computer Games (Audio)

Sport (PE)

BA (Hons) (Top-Up)

TEACHER TRAINING Teacher Training

(Primary Education) PGCE

Foundation Degree

Computer Games (Concept Art) BA (Hons) (Top-Up)

Film and Screen Media BA (Hons) (Top-Up)

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OUR APPRENTICESHIPS

HIGHER LEVEL & DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS HIGHER LEVEL AND DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS INCLUDE BOTH WORK EXPERIENCE AND ACADEMIC STUDY, GIVING YOU IN-DEPTH LEARNING AND EXPERIENCE FROM BOTH AREAS. YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM: • Gaining a nationally recognised • The opportunity to upskill yourself qualification or degree whilst acquiring if you are already in employment. work experience which is crucial for • The ability to study at a higher level employment. at any point in your career. • Earning while you study. • Opportunities to gain professional • No student fees, as higher level and accreditation and membership. degree apprenticeships are often government and/or employer funded.

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You can now achieve a degree as an apprentice Higher Level and Degree Apprenticeships at the University Centre, Leeds City College Talk to one of our team about these courses

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FEES & FUNDING

WE AIM TO PROVIDE A HIGH QUALITY LEARNING EXPERIENCE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. FEE CHANGES Fees may change due to fluctuations in education funding. For the most up-todate fee information, contact us or see www.ucleeds.ac.uk. TUITION FEES Tuition fee loans will be available to cover the full cost of tuition, regardless of household income and this will be paid directly to us by the Student Loans Company. No matter how much you owe, you only pay back according to how much you earn above £25,000. Students not eligible for a loan, or who are self-funding, will need to pay an initial payment of 25% at enrolment. This is followed by six consecutive monthly direct debit payments to cover the remaining tuition fee for that academic year. As a part-time student, you are eligible for a tuition fee loan, if you are completing a minimum of 25% of the equivalent full-time course load each year. Changes to the government’s regulations regarding student finance are published regularly. Potential change in government policy may impact on

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funding. More information can be found at www.gov.uk/student-finance or studentfinanceengland.co.uk. FUNDING FOR LIVING COSTS (FULL TIME STUDENTS) You will be able to apply for loans to help with living costs. The maximum amount available can vary every year, and the total amount you will be eligible for will depend on your household income. Up-to-date information can be found at www.gov.uk/student-finance. There is additional non-repayable help from the government such as Parents’ Learning Allowance, childcare funding, and the Disabled Students’ Allowance to pay for any extra study costs related to a disability. In addition, we have a generous bursary scheme to assist with living costs, available for full-time students only. Bursaries are means-tested and will also be dependent upon your performance on the course. You do not need to apply separately for this bursary as it will be administered by the college automatically. For more information see our website.


REPAYING STUDENT LOANS • You will be required to start repaying loans for fees and living costs from the financial year after you graduate, but only when your annual income is above £25,000. • If your income falls below this amount, your repayments will stop. • The repayment rate is 9% of your income, above £25,000, so the amount you repay will depend entirely on what you earn, not on how much you borrow.

• After 30 years, if you have not repaid the full amount, the remainder of the loan will be written off. • A repayments calculator is available on www.gov.uk/student-finance/ repayments WORKING OUT YOUR BUDGET By using the student finance calculator at gov.uk/student-finance-calculator, you can get an estimate of the amount of student finance you could be entitled to before you actually apply. A more detailed finance calculator is available at studentcalculator.org.uk

UNIVERSITY CENTRE BURSARY

Household income (as assessed by student finance)

Annual Bursary from Leeds City College (per year of study)

£0–£25,000

£500

£25,001–£42,600

£250

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ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE WELCOMES EVERYONE AND GOES THE EXTRA MILE TO ENSURE YOU ACHIEVE YOUR POTENTIAL AND GET THE MOST OUT OF UNIVERSITY LIFE. SUPPORT PROVIDED We make all reasonable adjustments to ensure everyone is treated fairly and gets the most out of their time at the University Centre. Students with specific learning difficulties, long-term physical and sensory impairments, or mental health difficulties can arrange to discuss their needs and difficulties with a member of staff who will work with them to determine what support might be available. Support can include one-toone sessions, small group work, adapted materials (for example large print or audio recorded notes), communication support workers, learning support workers, assistive technology (such as large keyboards) and assistance with mobility.

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DISABLED STUDENTS’ ALLOWANCE If appropriate, the dedicated support staff will help you apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs). DSAs are paid on top of your other student finance. They help you pay the extra costs you may incur because of your disability. They don’t have to be repaid. How much you get depends on your individual needs - not your household income. WHAT DSA CAN PAY FOR You can get help with the costs of: • Specialist equipment and assistive technologies • Non-medical helpers, such as one-toone study skills support or mentoring • Extra travel allowance • Other disability-related costs of studying • You may get a new computer if your current one does not meet the required specification. However, you will need to pay the first £200, which is the minimum cost any student is likely to incur when buying a computer. Please ask the HE Additional Learning Support Officer.


STUDY SKILLS Academic skills support for higher education students is provided by a team of librarians based in the Academic Support Hub, located in the study zone of the University Centre. Support sessions are offered both on a one-toone or group basis in the Academic Support Hub, and to groups in class, at the request of lecturers. Support sessions are offered on a range of academic skills, including referencing, reading and note-making, writing, and research skills. Sessions can be booked via the Academic Support Hub or through the LRC website, accessible from the student intranet and the college’s G Suite for Education.

LIBRARY+ The libraries and IT areas at the University Centre offer you a range of study facilities. We have electronic and print resources to help with your study including books, e-journals, newspapers and DVDs. See the Library+ page under Student Support at leedscitycollege.ac.uk for more information.

CHILDCARE You can get advice on your childcare requirements, along with funding guidance whilst you study. For information on the availability of external childcare provision visit familyinformationleeds.co.uk. Full-time students can apply for a childcare grant towards the costs of childcare. The grant is dependent on household income. If you qualify, the award is in addition to your student finance and you do not have to pay it back. For further information please see www.gov.uk/childcare-grant

CAREERS AND WELFARE We provide careers advice, guidance and help with progression to employment and training or further study opportunities. Talk to us about: • CVs, applications and interviews • Placements, internships and work experience • Postgraduate study • Careers guidance Once you are on your course, you will have a tutor assigned to you. They can assist with your study and progress.

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STUDENTS’ UNION

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! The Students’ Union is a place where you can express your views, debate current issues, meet like-minded people, discover new activities and be represented. CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND ACTIVITIES We have a wide range of activities for you to try for free, whether it’s social, active or recreational. We’re open for you to form a society and make this activity a regular part of your time at the University Centre. The Students’ Union also holds annual trips, social events and an end of year ball in collaboration with local universities.

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SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE The Students’ Union provides academic representation, support, guidance and advice so you will never be without a helping hand if things get tough or you need pointing in the right direction. You will have the opportunity to increase your employability skills and make a difference to the community by becoming a Students’ Union leader or supporting the Students’ Union with its activities.


GET INVOLVED. GET ACTIVE Whether it’s sporting events, annual trips or nights out, there is sure to be something in our enrichment programme for you! We offer a variety of activities, including volunteering, in order for you to explore and develop your interests. Find out more during our freshers’ week at the start of term.

STUDENT VOICE Your views matter to us, so we involve students in developing the University Centre to meet your needs! We have an active student representation system, at conferences, focus groups, and at management meetings - all great ways for you to get involved!

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WHERE TO LIVE

IF THE IDEA OF STUDENT LIFE IN LEEDS DRAWS YOU IN, THEN THERE IS A LOT OF CHOICE WHEN IT COMES TO ACCOMMODATION. ACCOMMODATION Deciding where to live can be overwhelming. There is a range of student accommodation around our city centre campuses and below you can see which is closest to each of our sites. Accommodation is offered by Liberty Living, Leeds Beckett and Host.

We know how exciting it can be having your own place. For most there aren’t any issues, but it is important to be clear about your accommodation contract. Unipol offer great advice on signing housing contracts and what to do should an issue occur. More information can be found at unipol.org.uk

ACCOMMODATION

WALKING TIME

LIBERTY PARK

3   mins walk to University Centre

THE FOUNDRY

5   mins walk to University Centre

MARSDEN HOUSE

5   mins walk to University Centre

LIBERTY DOCK

8   mins walk to Printworks Campus

ARENA VILLAGE

6   mins walk to Technology Campus

Walking time from any of the above accommodation sites to our new Quarry Hill building ranges from 26 minutes to 46 minutes.

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MULTI-AWARD WINNING

As you settle into your new home, we’ll be looking out for you – security is included in your rent as standard. We also include all of your bills as well!

OUR ACCOMMODATION

Our shared flats are made up of 2-6 bedrooms each. All en-suite. All wonderfully comfy. Just minutes from university campuses and close to the buzz of the city centre.

at leeds beckett We have a wide

range of rooms, flats and studios for different needs and budgets. Secluded study spaces and social areas offer a great place to relax with friends.

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LIFE IN LEEDS

FOR THOSE MOVING TO LEEDS, YOU WILL FIND A VIBRANT COSMOPOLITAN CITY, RICH IN CULTURE AND HERITAGE, WHICH IS HOME TO A GROWING POPULATION OF STUDENTS. From sport lovers to culture enthusiasts, Leeds has something for everyone. Foodies will be spoilt for choice due to the range of cuisines available, with a new pop-up restaurant or street vendor opening all the time. Shopping, theatre, live music and more, there’s something happening every night. Get to know the city, shop to your heart’s content at the luxe Victoria Gate or grab some food in the vibrant Trinity Kitchen, bursting with ever changing street food vendors. For the bar scene, if early doors is your thing, why not check out Leeds’ upcoming Northern Quarter. Kick back with some live music at the city famous Brudenell Social Club or check out emerging talent at Belgrave Music Hall.

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Known as one of the largest cities for retail, a wide range of national and international brands can be found on the streets of Leeds, not forgetting independent retailers adding a unique touch. Those who enjoy the great outdoors can explore the Yorkshire Dales National Park, famous for its Yorkshire stone, stunning landscapes and friendly community. Plus, if you want to discover other cities and the rest of the world, Leeds Bradford, Yorkshire’s very own airport, can have you on a city break in no time.


LOVE YOUR COFFEE? HERE’S A SELECTION OF INDEPENDENT COFFEE HOUSES AND EATERIES IN LEEDS CITY CENTRE.

MRS ATHA’S

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30 Central Road, Leeds, LS1 6DE

A coffee shop with a twist, Single Shot is also a record store that sells hundreds of vinyls, perfect for adding to your record collection, or just admire the view. With the shop at the front and seats at the back, this is a ideal location to savour a tasty coffee.

OUT OF THE WOODS

61 Great George St, Leeds LS1 3BB

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Kronos charge you 10p a minute to sit in and soak up the atmosphere, not by what you order. With great coffee and food to match, it's worth a visit to this quirky place.

SOCIABLE FOLK

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10 Wellington Place, Leeds, LS1 4JP

Based just around the corner from the Corn Exchange, this cosy, vintage chic café has a range of roasts to make the perfect coffee for you.

SINGLE SHOT

KRONOS COFFEE

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2 Waterman’s Place, Leeds, LS1 4GL

Out of the Woods is a little bit further out of the centre, but is a great place to go for quality food and brews for 'on the go'. If you can sit in, you can cosy up in the log cabin style feel and enjoy the view of the canal.

Sociable Folk have a team that are just that, and serve some of the best coffee in Leeds. Affordable, and with some great food on offer in a stylish setting, it's well worth checking out.

STAGE ESPRESSO & BREWBAR

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41 Great George St,Leeds. LS1 3BB

Famous for its single origin coffee, Stage offers brews that come from small groups of farms or individuals different from the blends in high street coffee shops. A small, intimate setting but great food menu - it's worth trying something truly different in your cup.

THE UNION COFFEE HOUSE

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Teaming up with local independents, local charities and local artists, The Union is a perfect vintage hangout. With North Star coffee on offer, and food for breakfast, lunch and dinner there's something for everyone.

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BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT JOIN THE HIGH CALIBRE TALENT POOL THE LOCAL GROWING ECONOMY NEEDS. Leeds is one of the UK’s fastest growing cities and biggest financial and business services centres outside of London.

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B USIN E S S & M AN AG E M E NT HOW TO APPLY: UCAS Institution Code L21 For part-time applications call 0113 216 2406

Business, Enterprise and Management

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: N200

Leeds is a prime location for business investment and expansion providing an excellent environment to study business, enterprise and management.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Enhance your understanding of business disciplines while developing relevant work-specific skills that are transferable within the industry. Whether you wish to start up a business or take up a new role within your existing organisation, this course encourages innovation within the business environment as well as developing enterprise tools and techniques.

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

You will learn about work process management, the internal and external environment of business, what it takes to manage operations, the consumer buying process, and management skills for strategy implementation. You will have the opportunity to develop a business idea in year one and implement the plan into a simulated business in year two.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

As a full-time student you will attend two days per week. As a part-time student you will attend one evening per week.

On successful completion of the foundation degree, students can elect to study a further year towards a BA (Hons) Degree in Business, Enterprise and Management or enter employment. After that, there are opportunities for graduates to continue their studies at Masters level.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The course will give you the potential to make an immediate contribution in the workplace, and an early impact on 'the bottom line'.

Year 1 Personal Development

Year 2 Leadership and Management

• Management roles

Enterprise Skills

Managing Projects

• Sales and marketing

Financial Accounting

Innovation and Enterprise

• Customer relations

Managing and Developing People

Managing Business Operations

• Human resources

Work-related Project

• Operations and logistics

Customer Service

• Finance

Business Environment and Marketing

Apprenticeship available

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BUS I N ES S & MA N AGEM EN T HOW TO APPLY: UCAS Institution Code L21 For part-time applications call 0113 216 2406

Business, Enterprise and Management

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: N1N2 The top-up degree provides an opportunity to study business from a more strategic perspective in an ever changing and fast paced business environment. The degree builds on the research skills developed in the Foundation Degree or HND programme.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will develop personal, intellectual and subject specific skills to help you consider and evaluate a range of business issues, from both strategic and international perspectives.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

You will learn how to manage dynamic and complex organisations, while applying business theory, identifying opportunities, and utilising innovation to address a range of business issues.

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Through research and investigation, you will develop an awareness of the problems faced in business and be able to identify a number of possible responses. You will apply these to a project focusing on real issues. This will help you develop the skills needed to be a highly employable graduate.

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

As a full-time student you will attend two days per week. As a part-time student you will attend one evening per week.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

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On successful completion of this honours degree, there are opportunities for graduates to continue their studies at Masters level, or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Senior management

Dissertation/Research Project

• Marketing/sales

Research Methods

• Customer relations

International Business

• Human resources

 nderstanding Strategic U Business Landscapes

• Operations and logistics

Managing New Enterprises

• Strategic/management consultancy

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Leadership and Management

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Codes: (See below) This course is designed to equip you with the skills needed for employment within leadership and management. The Foundation Degree provides the theory, as well as helping you develop the practice of managing projects and teams to improve organisational performance across the various business sectors. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Leadership and Management L1M1; Beauty L1M3; Engineering L1M2; Hair L1M5; Hospitality L1M6; Sport L1M4

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

The course is delivered through interactive sessions, seminars and one-to-one tutorials, supplemented with self-directed study. Modules combine theoretical and practical elements designed to provide you with the skills needed in the workplace. You will be introduced to a range of concepts, essential for operating at a supervisory and/or management level, and develop your entrepreneurial skills - ideal if you are considering starting your own business. This course encourages you to use your subject specialist skills, incorporating them into your assessments. You can use your relevant sector knowledge to contextualise your assessments to your industry sector. You will be given the opportunity to achieve (subject to approval) dual accreditation from the Chartered Management Institute for a Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership. Full-time students attend two days per week. Part-time students attend one evening per week.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of the foundation degree, you can apply to progress onto a BA (Hons) Leadership and Management (top-up) degree or similar, or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Human resources • Leadership/management roles in any sector • Management consultancy • Business development

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Level 4 Introduction of Leadership and Management Professional Development Managing Resources Understanding Organisation and Environments

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Level 5 Project Management Leading People and Performance Personal Learning and Development in Organisations Work-related Learning

Finance and Marketing for Managers

Strategy, Innovation and Enterprise

Managing Customer Relations

Managing Continuous Improvement and Change

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Leadership and Management

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Codes: (See below) Strategic leadership, entrepreneurship and management skills are vital for success. The business sector is growing and quickly evolving. Develop yourself with innovation, flexibility and the resilience to influence direction at a strategic level by completing this top-up degree.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Leadership and Management L2M1; Engineering L2M5; Salon Management L2M3; Hospitality L2M2; Sport L2M4;

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

LOCATION

This top-up programme builds on the knowledge and skills for business gained at foundation degree or HND. It offers a blend of theory, contemporary strategic leadership, management skills and knowledge, and practical application to the workplace. The top-up degree focuses on strategic issues of business and develops higher level analytical skills and market knowledge. As part of the course you will undertake a dissertation which helps you develop in-depth knowledge and analysis of a sector specific research topic. As a full-time student you will attend two days per week. As a part-time student you will attend one evening per week. This course is also available as part of an apprenticeship.

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AFTER YOUR DEGREE Further study at Masters level or Level 7 management and professional qualifications or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Graduate management programmes • Management consultant • Operational researcher

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

• Risk manager

Research Methods

• Human resources manager

Dissertation/Research Project

• Business executive

Strategic Leadership and Enterprise Marketing Management and Strategy Contemporary Human Resource Management Global Operations and Contexts

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Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship A Chartered Manager is a professional manager who has achieved recognition of their ability to deliver impact in the business environment. The Chartered Manager can take responsibility for people, projects, operations and/or services to deliver organisational success. This apprenticeship is for individuals aiming to progress into roles such as Manager, Senior Manager, Head of Department, Operations Manager, or anyone with significant management responsibilities. This might be in the private, public or third sector in all sizes of organisations. The apprenticeship aims to develop professional managers with leadership responsibility for setting and delivering organisational development. You will fully develop all aspects of your management and leadership skills, knowledge, selfawareness and behaviours.

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 4 years ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Individual employers will set the selection criteria for their Apprenticeships. Most candidates will have A levels (or equivalent) or existing relevant Level 3 qualifications, and English, maths and ICT at Level 2. Other relevant or prior experience may also be considered as an alternative. You can complete this apprenticeship whilst studying either the FD and BA (Hons) Business and Management or the FD and BA (Hons) Leadership and Management. You will also have the option to be assessed for CMI status, subject to approval.

These include: Strategic decision making Setting direction and achieving results Building and leading teams Clear communication Developing skills and motivating others Fostering inclusive and ethical cultures Leading change Project management Financial management Innovation Risk management Developing stakeholder relationships

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COMPUTING SHAPE THE DIGITAL WORLD: INVENT, PROCESS, DESIGN, CREATE, DISRUPT. With the boom of online interactions, virtual and augmented reality, wearables and SDK toolkits readily available, the digital world, including cyber security, is huge. Businesses are invested, the government is invested. Are you?

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Applied Computing

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: G490 The IT industry is at the heart of economy growth. Technology will be a priority after leaving the European Union and the Government will expand the scope of the UK’s digital technology industries (Prime Minister Theresa May, 2017). Help shape the IT industry with your ambition and willingness to evolve. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Many companies now require employees who not only have specific skills but a broad knowledge of other areas of IT, ensuring flexibility to meet business needs. This course offers you the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in three streams; database, software programming and web.

2 years full-time 4 years part-time

We develop your professional skills and work-related experience through interviews, work experience and the opportunity to gain a two week overseas work placement. As well as this nationally recognised qualification, you will also gain professional qualifications such as ORACLE, WEB3C. There may be an additional certification charge for exams as part of the CISCO qualification. These vary depending on level.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of the foundation degree, students can elect to study for a further year towards a BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Computing or go into employment.

Professional Development

Multimedia Development

Work-Related Learning (work placement required)

Software Development

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Software Fundamentals

Database Analysis and Development

• Systems analyst

Database Structures

IT Service Management

• Web designer

Computer Systems

Human Computer Interface Advanced Web

• Database administrator

Website Dynamics

• Business analyst

• Software programmer • Software tester • Support technician

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Applied Computing

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BSc (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: G491 This course helps provide talent to a fast growing IT sector by focusing on the industry and designing the curriculum to help you gain employment. The course has been developed and designed to build upon foundation degree and other HE equivalent programmes, such as HND.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course has been developed with employers and students to ensure that what you study meets the needs of the IT sector and ultimately helps you gain employment. It will give you the opportunity to build on your existing knowledge and skills to enable you to operate immediately at a professional level in IT sectors of commerce and industry.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

This course adds breadth to your IT knowledge through modules such as Project Management, Mobile Application Development and Internet Technologies. It develops appropriate personal, intellectual and subject specific skills to enable you to consider and evaluate a range of technical and broad based issues from a strategic perspective. By studying this top-up degree, you will gain a nationally recognised IT qualification and professional accreditation such as PRINCE2, ORACLE, WEB3C. You will be equipped as an all round IT graduate to apply for any number of appropriate graduate schemes and jobs within the IT industry. If you carry your studies further, you can become eligible for membership of the British Computer Society, the professional body for IT specialists. There may be an additional certification charge for exams as part of the CISCO qualification. These vary depending on level.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of the BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Computing at University Centre, you may carry on your studies at another university to study for a Masters, look to gain further professional qualifications or go into employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Business analyst • Systems analyst • Web designer

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

• Web maintenance

Project

• Support technician

Research Skills

• Scrum master

Internet Technologies Mobile Application Development Project Management

Apprenticeship available

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Cyber Security and Networking

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: G420 Cyber crime is defined by British police as ‘the exploitation of any computer network for crime’. The German Foreign Minister, Joschka Fischer, puts the global figure at more than $40bn per year. Be part of a global force tackling this pandemic.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This programme has been created to help meet the security needs of the country. It was designed with employers, to ensure it meets the up-to-date needs of industries, across a broad range of sectors covering the IT spectrum.

2 years full-time 4 years part-time

The course aims to provide you with excellent knowledge and skills to enable you to operate immediately at a professional level in the cyber security and networking sectors of commerce and industry, with particular emphasis on the application of a range of professional skills to meet and support the needs of this rapidly expanding sector.

University Centre

Each technical module is directly linked to one or more industry specific professional qualification sought by the sector. These include CISCO, CCNA/CCNA Sec, CCDA, Microsoft MCP 2012, Linux LPI 1, Oracle Fundamentals of SQL, and EC-Council CEH and you would be able to study these professional qualifications in addition to your course. There may be an additional certification charge for exams as part of some of these qualifications. These vary depending on level.

LOCATION

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of the foundation degree, students can elect to study for a further year to gain a BSc (Hons) in Cyber Security and Networking or enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Network engineer • Systems support engineer • Network security

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Professional Development

Year 2 Work-Related Learning

• Network administrator

Introduction to Networking

LAN Switching

• Fraud investigation

Introduction to Routers and Routing

WAN Technologies

Introduction to Linux

Implementing Network Security (Attacker)

Introduction to SQL for Networks Server Operating Systems

• IT technician

Advanced Server Techniques

Implementing Network Security (Defender)

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Cyber Security and Networking

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BSc (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8H24 Almost 3 million British companies were hit by a cyber crime in 2016, at a total cost of £29.1billion (Beaming, 2017). How would you protect and secure the network of a multinational company?

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This degree in Cyber Security and Networking will equip you with the academic and practical skills that are essential in today's economic climate. It provides you with sufficient knowledge and skills to allow you to operate immediately at a professional level in IT sectors of commerce and industry. It will enable you to develop secure network and communication systems, preparing you for playing a part in defence against cyber crime.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

Each technical module is directly linked to one or more industry specific professional qualifications which are highly sought by employers, such as VMware VCP, ISEC2, CISSP, Oracle OCA and Agile or Scrum. These may be obtained at an extra cost.

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Project Management Research Skills Virtualisation Technologies Project Information Security Management

LOCATION University Centre

BSc (Hons) in Cyber Security and Networking. You could continue your studies to Masters Degree at other universities With further qualifications, you may be eligible for membership of the British Computer Society, the professional body for IT specialists

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Network administrator • Network engineer • Security design • Security implementation • Systems support engineer • Database administrator • IT technician

Apprenticeship available

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Software Developer Apprenticeship Level 4 The primary role of a software developer is to build and test simple, high-quality code across front end, logic and database layers. A developer will typically work as part of a larger team, in which they will have responsibility for some of the straightforward elements of the overall project. The developer will need to be able to interpret design documentation and specifications. You will develop technical competencies including logic, user interface, data, test, problem solving, design, analysis, deployment, development lifecycle, and good practice approaches relating to the relevant paradigm. You will learn to interpret and follow software designs and functional/technical specifications, coding standards or good industry practice for coding, testing frameworks and methodologies, and approaches to continuous integration, version and source control. You will also develop skills in how to operate in and respond to the business environment and business issues related to software development, as well as to apply the maths required to be a software developer.

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 24 months ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include A levels; a Level 3 apprenticeship or other relevant qualification; relevant experience and/or an aptitude test with a focus on functional maths. You can complete this apprenticeship whilst studying the Fd Applied Computing. You will also achieve at least one internationally recognised vendor or professional qualification. This apprenticeship is recognised for entry onto the register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA Level 3 professional competence and those completing the apprenticeship are eligible to apply for registration.

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Network Engineer Apprenticeship Level 4 The primary role of a network engineer is to design, install, maintain and support communication networks within an organisation or between organisations. Network engineers need to maintain high levels of operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users, such as staff, clients, customers and suppliers. They will understand network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools, and be able to give technical advice and guidance This apprenticeship is ideal for those aiming to progress into roles such as Network Technician, Network Engineer, Systems Engineer, Network Administrator. You will develop technical competencies including designing simple networks, applying appropriate security products and processes, installing and configuring network components, including switches, routers and firewalls, optimising the performance of network systems and services, applying diagnostic tools, techniques and structured approaches, and undertaking system upgrades.

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 24 months ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include A levels; a Level 3 apprenticeship or other relevant qualification; relevant experience and/or an aptitude test with a focus on functional maths. You can complete this apprenticeships whilst studying Fd Cyber Security and Networking. You will also achieve at least one internationally recognised vendor or professional qualification. This apprenticeship is recognised for entry onto the register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA Level 3 professional competence and those completing the apprenticeship are eligible to apply for registration.

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STUDENT STUDENT CASE STUDY CASE STUDY

CAT PINDER  APPLIED COMPUTING STUDENT, CAT PINDER, COMPLETED HER FOUNDATION DEGREE WHILE WORKING AT MULTI-NATIONAL DEFENCE, SECURITY AND AEROSPACE COMPANY, BAE. SHE RECENTLY ATTENDED OUR WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (WISE) EVENT AS A ROLE MODEL, TO ENCOURAGE YOUNG FEMALES TO CONSIDER CAREERS IN THESE SECTORS. WE CAUGHT UP WITH HER TO FIND OUT MORE. What made you choose Applied Computing? “I have always had an interest in ICT and I believed this course would allow me to improve my skills further. It has already equipped me with vast programming knowledge which I can use in my current job role.” How did you get your job at BAE? “I applied for the apprenticeship scheme at BAE and was successful. The help I also got from my tutors was invaluable.” What does your role entail? “I am currently working in back end development creating an Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) flow. I enjoy working closely with experienced members of the team and gaining knowledge on a daily basis that puts classroom theory into practice.”

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How does it feel to be part of an industry that is predominantly male dominated? “It is a great opportunity to prove that women can do the same, if not better, than men. I would also encourage young girls who enjoy STEM subjects, to experience working in these sectors as it’s very rewarding. The most important thing is to try your hardest and push yourself to achieve the best you can.”


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CREATIVE ARTS “THE WAY WE SEE THINGS IS AFFECTED BY WHAT WE KNOW OR WHAT WE BELIEVE.” (JOHN BERGER) Culture envelopes everything around us. We’re constantly influenced by popular culture, music, art, photography and fashion. Our courses are tailor-made in order for you to develop in the creative world and be ready for the industry.

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Acting

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: TBC (Subject to validation) Based in the vibrant cultural quarter within the heart of Leeds City Centre, this exciting and brand new degree is a highly vocational programme. Designed to provide you with the skills needed to become a successful professional actor for stage, screen and recorded media, acting is a demanding programme that aims to produce an artist who is physically and vocally flexible, and intellectually alive and curious. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course will provide a distinctive and complementary programme of actor training in the conservatoire tradition. Through our complete preparation of performance skills and exploration of self, you will emerge a fully equipped performer with a thorough understanding of your individual attributes and how to bring them to the industry at large. By studying the fundamentals of performance such as, classical theatre, shakespeare, naturalism, political theatre, postmodernism, circus, clowning, television, radio, public speaking to name but a few, we aim to turn you into the most skilled performer/practitioner you can be.

2 years full-time

Our programme trains actors to a high degree of technical facility and flexibility, and develops individuality and imagination. Alongside the core disciplines of voice, movement and acting techniques, you will develop a range of creative and transferable skills that will encourage you to become an independent thinker and motivated artist; an articulate and reflective practitioner equipped to succeed in an increasingly competitive profession.

Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of this programme students can continue onto a one year BA (Hons) Acting (top-up) or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Professional actor • Director

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Fundamental Acting and Performance Technique

Year 2 Developing Acting and Performance Technique

• Producer

Histories and Context 1

Histories and Context 2

• Creator/practitioner

Vocal Techniques: Development Vocal Techniques: Development and Application and Application

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Engaging with Performance: Preparation, Process and Performance

Engaging with Performance: Preparation, Process and Performance

Physical Skills 1

Physical Skills 2

Compositional Performance - Generating and Creating Fundamentals

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Art Enterprise

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8N64 The course contextualises art practice within the reality of the 21st Century. Contemporary ‘creatives’ thrive and function through pop-up galleries, artist collectives, online exhibitions, shop windows, art events and zines.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course will develop your artistic practice alongside equipping you with the skills to function within the art world. The course has excellent links to the creative industry and you will be using these right from the very beginning by exhibiting your work in three public exhibitions each year within the Leeds art scene.

2 years full-time 3 years part-time

You’ll have your own studio space within the new facilities at Quarry Hill, which you can freely access throughout the week. You’ll have the opportunity to work with artists, designers, gallerists and curators: sell your work, promote yourself, visit exhibitions, interview artists and art organisations, develop media campaigns, work with the public, get to grips with the business of art, and critically understand the changing identity of the artist, and the art market. We welcome applications from students working in a wide range of creative disciplines. Our current students work across drawing, painting , sculpture, graphics, illustration, video, print, digital, textiles, photography, installation and more.

LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of this programme students can continue onto a one year BA (Hons) Art Enterprise (top-up) or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance artist

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Studio Practice 1

Year 2 Studio Practice 2

• Gallery manager

Realisation Skills

Art and Media

• Teaching

Art and Design 101

Art and Commerce

• Curating

The Creative Entrepreneur

Public Exhibition and Events

• Art administrator

The Creative Enterprise

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Art Enterprise

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: W7Y8 To be a successful artist you must be proactive, get your work out there, generate an audience, and collaborate with other creative practitioners.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course develops your creativity, whilst providing the employability skills specific to your personal practice to help you become a successful creative, no matter which area of the art world you decide to develop into.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

It will nurture your artistic skills and critical understanding, whilst embedding you into the Leeds creative scene through its public facing modules and course structure. You will exhibit your work at three public exhibitions across Leeds, work with other artists and designers, and grow an audience for your practice.

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We have brand new studios and exhibition spaces, with a brand new campus in Leeds Cultural Quarter.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Negotiated Studio Practice Contextualising Practice Enterprise Proposal Enterprise Project Art Engagement

LOCATION There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Graduates may operate in a variety of contexts, from manufacture to exhibition and support this with appropriate marketing and promotional skills. Graduates may study at Masters degree level or enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance artist • Art collective • Art academic • Entrepreneur • Gallery owner

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Art Enterprise (Graphic Design and Illustration)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8N65 (Subject to validation)

Develop your graphic design and illustration practice, alongside the enterprise elements of the course, key to a successful designer role in the creative industries.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This is a practical course where you will develop your graphic design and illustration practice. You will explore a range of digital and traditional techniques that respond to contemporary visual culture. The course develops your graphics and illustration techniques and visual communication, whilst equipping you with the specific employability skills to help you to get ahead and become a successful graphic designer/illustrator. You will work on briefs in collaboration with your fellow students and professionals, while entering competitions and undertaking client-based projects.

2 years full-time 3 years part-time

The course has excellent links to the creative industry and you will be using these from the outset by creating public exhibitions, working with designers, gallerists and curators: selling your work, promoting yourself, visiting exhibitions, interviewing practitioners and organisations, and developing media campaigns. We welcome applications from individuals who have studied art, graphics, illustration, print, digital and photography.

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

On successful completion of the foundation degree, students may wish to apply for a top up year to achieve a full BA (Hons) degree either at the University Centre or with another institution, or enter employment.

Leve 4 Graphics and illustration Practice 1

Level 5 Graphic and Illustration Practice 2

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Graphic Design and Illustration 101

Art and Media

• Creative director

Art and Commerce

Realisation Skills

• Advertising art director

Public Exhibition and Events

The Creative Entrepreneur

• Layout designer

Creative Enterprise

• Animator

• Freelance designer

• Printmaker

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Art Enterprise (Fashion and Textiles)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8N67

This degree is practical. You will spend time making creative fashion and textiles work, whilst building your professional experience by participating in exhibitions, collaborative projects and live briefs. This programme will develop enterprising and entrepreneurial skills, needed to succeed within a varied and rewarding industry. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will explore a variety of commercial practices as you develop specialist fashion and textile skills including design, contemporary and traditional printmaking, and material manipulation. You will experience a range of traditional and contemporary production processes, as well as developing an appreciation of colour, pattern, image, form and tactility in relation to fashion and textiles production.

2 years full-time 3 years part-time

You will be encouraged to develop creative and experimental responses to briefs and decide the direction of your portfolio of work; whether that is working on fine art pieces, designing and making garments, or creating textile products. Learning about the industry, along with key theories and the history of fashion and textiles, will help contextualise the work you make.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Fashion and Textiles Practice 1

Year 2 Fashion and Textiles Practice 2

Realisation Skills

Art and Media

Fashion and Textiles 101

Art and Commerce

The Creative Entrepreneur

Public Exhibition and Events The Creative Enterprise

LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of this programme students can continue onto a one year BA (Hons) Top-Up Art Enterprise (Fashion and Textiles) or enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance artist/designer • Retail maker • Retail merchandiser • Stylist • Textile designer • Visual merchandiser •C  lothing/textile technologist • Jewellery designer • Textile artist

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Computer Games

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L6MO The games industry generates upwards of £100bn per year worldwide and there is a demand for games graduates. Want to be part of a development team such as Rockstar, to create the next big hit computer game? You could make it a reality with this course.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

By learning to appreciate and apply techniques, you will produce well realised, playable games. There will be a strong emphasis on professional development and employability, encouraging students to work to industry standards in real world contexts.

2 years full-time 4 years part-time

The course is designed to allow you to build knowledge and experience to find their place in the world of computer games design. Working across a number of disciplines, you will experience the full range of job roles in the games industry and gain an understanding of how these roles work together to produce innovative, engaging games.

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You will have the opportunity to devise your own game mechanics and assets, developing skills in a number of creative and technical disciplines. There will be a strong emphasis on professional development and employability, encouraging students to work to industry standards.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Level 4 Games Asset Designs

Level 5 Games Asset Creation

Games Engines Games Culture

Games Design, Production and Realisation

Games Mechanics

Contextual Games Narrative

Production Management

Working in the Computer Games Industry Games Project Development (Collaborative Practice)

LOCATION There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Following completion of your foundation degree you may wish to top up to a full BA (Hons) Computer Games course here at the University Centre, Leeds City College or another institution or enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance • Contracted games designer • Entrepreneurship • Small independent developer

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Computer Games

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: L6M1 A computer games developer can earn up to £70,000 (National Careers Service, 2017). Like the sound of that? This course will prepare you for the back-end development industry of computer games so you can create games that excite and challenge people.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This top-up course is designed to allow you to build knowledge and experience to find your place in the world of computer games design and development. It has a strong focus on developing self-reliance and adaptability, preparing you for this constantly evolving industry.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

You will be given the opportunity to work across a wide range of platforms, learning to create assets using industry standard software and implement these into the game engines used by industry professionals. You will have the opportunity to devise your own game mechanics, 2D assets and 3D models, developing skills in a number of creative and technical disciplines to create well realised, playable games. There will be a strong emphasis on professional development and employability, encouraging students to work to industry standards in real world contexts.

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LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Further study at Masters degree level or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Independent games developer

Specialist Practical Project

• 3D modeller

Indie Game Level

• 3D animator

Research

• Games story writer

Exploratory Practice

• Games audio professional

Indie Game Enterprise

• Animation and sfx artist

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Computer Games (Concept Art)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L6M3 Do you like the idea of creating visuals for creating art for characters, creatures, environments, vehicles and more? This course can help you visualise ideas for modelers, animators and VFX teams to produce in their games.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course is designed to allow you to build knowledge and experience to find your place in the world of creating concept art for computer games.

2 years full-time 4 years part-time

This is a specialist pathway for those wishing to learn skills in concept art for computer games. You will gain skills in developing digital concept art as well as more traditional art practices, such as life drawing and observational drawing.

LOCATION

Working across a number of disciplines, you will experience the full range of job roles in the games industry and gain an understanding of how these roles work together to produce innovative, engaging games.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Concept Art for Games

Year 2 Approaches to Conceptualising

Drawing Practice

Digital Concept Art

Games Culture

Contextual Games Narrative

Games Mechanics

Working in the Computer Games Industry

Personal Professional Development

Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Following completion of your foundation degree, you may wish to top up to a full BA (Hons) Computer Games (Concept Art) at the University Centre* or at another institution, or employment. (*from September 2020)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance/contracted concept artist • Entrepreneurship • Small independent concept artist/developer

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HELENA SHEPHERDSON   Why did you choose to study at the University Centre at Leeds City College? I felt comfortable coming back to Leeds City College as I already knew the tutors from doing my BTEC at the college. What did you enjoy most about studying at the University Centre at Leeds City College? I loved the atmosphere. I found it easier to study and received a lot of support from my tutors. There was also a balance between academic and social activity and this helped me to grow as a person and as a student. What work experience did you complete whilst at college and what did you gain from these experiences? I produced work for the Deer Shed Festival. We had to work towards a live brief and it was great experience working within the creative industry. I had the opportunity to work with toddlers right through to the elderly, running art workshops. I also had a chance to curate exhibitions within my local community. These opportunities showed me the different routes there are within the art industry.

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Where are you working now? I am studying my PGCE at the University Centre and I am doing my placement at Park Lane Campus. What does your job involve? Teaching art to students who are 16 and above. What advice would you give to someone wanting to work in your industry? Prepare yourself for a very intense year of studying, with excellent rewards throughout. How do you apply the skills you learnt on the course in your job role? The knowledge I have acquired in the art industry is vital in my job role, as I am not only teaching students art but teaching them employability skills as well. What advice would you give to someone who is unsure about what degree to choose/whether a degree is for them? I would advise them to make an appointment and come down to the University Centre and speak to the students. Their knowledge and experiences are invaluable and they will get a better sense of what courses are on offer and if it is right for them.


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Dance Performance

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: TBC (Subject to validation) Studio practice and performance making are at the heart of our exciting and brand new dance degree. Based in the vibrant cultural quarters, within the heart of Leeds City Centre, this course will immerse you in a world of dance practices, styles and industry professionals, which in turn, will develop you as a creative and articulate dance professional. ABOUT YOUR COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will learn ways to integrate creative and physical approaches to dance with critical and reflective thinking to develop strong choreographic and performance skills. This course will train you in a diverse range of dance practices which will enhance your understanding of the dance industry. You will investigate and reflect on how dance has helped shape the creative industries in its historical, social and cultural contexts whilst locating your place and practice. In this way you will be able to contribute to the exciting future that the profession offers, enabling you to forge a path that fulfils your career aspirations.

2 years full-time

Regular technique classes will allow you to study a variety of dance styles covering traditional forms such as contemporary and ballet for contemporary dancers, as well as non western dance styles including Afro-house, hip-hop and house, capitalising on the vast multicultural dance and social scene Leeds has to offer.

On successful completion of the foundation degree, students may wish to apply for a top up year to achieve a full BA (Hons) degree either at the University Centre (subject to validation) or with another institution.

The course will also provide numerous opportunities to create your own choreography and perform your own and the work of others. Major performance projects will also enable you to work with the industry’s leading practitioners to create and perform new dance work.

Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Professional dancer

MODULES MAY INCLUDE:

• Choreographer

Year 1 Dance Technique

Year 2 Dance Technique

Histories and Context

Dance Theatre Practice

• Community dance artist

Improvisation and Creativity in Dance Practice

Dance and Cultural Identity

• Freelance artist

Performance Repertoire Dance Ethnography Alternative Bodywork

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Curate and Narrate

• Dance facilitator


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Film and Screen Media

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: F244 The way that we consume film and media is changing. The production, content and distribution of film is developing alongside advancing technologies in an increasingly networked culture.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course couples traditional film production with contemporary media practices like streaming, broadcasting and mobile media consumption. The purpose of this course is to develop skilled graduates for the modern media industry.

2 years full-time

Film and Screen Media has a strong focus on developing your skills to prepare you for this constantly evolving industry. Modules allow you to produce a diverse portfolio of high quality work. You will be taught a range of techniques including film, motion graphics and audio, alongside learning enterprise and employability skills relevant to the sector. You will investigate issues currently affecting the media and respond through your own work. Film and Screen Media seeks to provide a broad foundation of knowledge and understanding that will make you a well rounded and skilled media professional.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Progression onto BA (Hons) Film and Screen Media (topup), or top-up at another institution or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Year 1 Film Techniques

Year 2 Short Film

Sound for Media

Film Studies

Broadcast Practice

Self Promotion

Documentary Practice

Graphics for Screen

Motion Graphic Techniques

Streaming Platforms

Audio and Screen Psychology

LOCATION

• Film or TV producer • Camera operator • Director of photography • Director • Editor • Foley sound editor • Sound designer • Script editor • Motion graphics • Designer • Runner • Production assistant • Camera assistant • Videographer • Research assistant

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Photography

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: W640 Want to develop your range of photography skills and become a specialist? This course is designed to enable you to find your own career journey in a range of photographic disciplines such as documentary, fashion, portraiture, fine art or commercial such as weddings and family portraits.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will be supported to narrow your area of interest and career aspirations following an introduction to a range of genres and career opportunities. You will be shown how to use natural and studio lighting and different formats of camera; along with drawing inspiration from a range of different photographers.

2 years full-time

The course provides a sound underpinning of photographic history and contextual understanding of photography, as well as getting to know your equipment and tools. You will apply this learning to industry based situations and will take part in at least two exhibitions per year. The course welcomes a number of visiting speakers throughout the year, which have previously included Ian Beesley, Murat Özkasim and John Angerson. There are also several trips each year, students have previously been to London, Paris, Budapest, Berlin and New York City. The focus of these trips is to see engaging works at a range of galleries as well as capturing different cultures. There are also visits to art and photography festivals including the Liverpool Look Festival and Derby Format Festival.

LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion of the foundation degree, you may wish to continue on to the one year BA (Hons) Photography Top-Up from which you would gain a full degree qualification, or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance photographer

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Introduction to the Photographic Industry

Year 2 Collaborative Practice

• Photographic assistant

Contextualising Photography

Photographic Discourse

• Curator

Contextualising Your Photographic Practice

• Educator

Photographic Ideas, Concepts and Processes Photographic Practice Portfolio Photographic Production Skills Professional Development

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Extended Photographic Project Working in the Photographic Industry

• Picture editor


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Photography

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: W641 This course is designed to allow you to explore your own interests and themes in photography. You can choose to work in digital or delve into traditional processes.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The internet has changed approaches to marketing, distributing, selling and promoting yourself as a photographer, and this course allows you to experience a learning process that will enable you to operate successfully in the industry.

1 year full-time

This top-up programme builds on the understanding and camera function skills developed on a foundation degree or HND. Photographic concepts are at the heart of the course, pushing your understanding of what a photographic project is and knowledge of other practitioners. You will take part in at least two exhibitions during the year and will work together with other students to produce a student festival. The course offers a number of visiting speakers throughout the year, these have previously included Ian Beesley, Murat Özkasim, Juno Calypso, Danny North, Simon Roberts and John Angerson.

LOCATION Quarry Hill There will also be some delivery at the University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

Current staff have a wide range of photographic experience, from documentary and portraiture, fine art and fashion, to more commercially orientated work. Staff will assist you with ideas and allow you to build a final major project.

Students who have completed the foundation and BA Hons Photography courses have gone on to postgraduate degrees including MAs in Museum Studies, MAs in Art/ Photography and PGCEs, as well as students working in the industry on a varying range of projects.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Exploratory Photographic Practice

• Freelance/contracted photographer

Personal Photographic Project

• Picture editor

Research Project

• Photographic assistant

Making a Professional Network

• Educator

Professional Practice

• Curator

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THE COURSE INTRODUCED ME TO A PROFESSIONAL FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER.

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THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE THIS GAVE ME WAS INCREDIBLE AND BEFORE THE END OF MY FIRST YEAR I WAS QUOTING FOR, AND SUCCESSFULLY WINNING WORK. Curtis Young BA (Hons) Photography Student 0113 216 2406 | admissions@ucleeds.ac.uk

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ENGINEERING GET INVOLVED IN PROJECT DESIGN, EXPLORE DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND BE ON THE CUTTING EDGE OF MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING. Our close ties with industry and professional associations, such as the Engineering Council and the Institution of Engineering and Technology, give you the advantage when looking for jobs in these sectors.

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Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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HNC/HND

Electrical and electronic engineers are highly employable and can find work in many industries.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course aims to develop you as a professional, self-reflecting individual who is able to meet the demands of employers in the rapidly evolving engineering sector and adapt to a constantly changing world.

HNC 2 years part-time HND 3 years part-time

It offers vocationally relevant subjects that will enhance your knowledge of the industry as well as softer skills such as business and time management.

Printworks Campus

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 HNC and HND Engineering Design Engineering Maths

Year 2 HNC and HND Managing a Professional Engineering Project

Engineering Science

Automation, Robotics and PLCs

Engineering Management

Electrical and Electronic Principles

HND Further Mathematics Sustainability

Electronic Circuit and Devices HND Industrial Power, Electronics and Storage Lean Manufacturing Year 3 HND Research Project

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AFTER YOUR DEGREE Completion of the HND can lead to a top-up qualification or a full honours degree such as BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Electronic engineering • Quality engineer • Engineering designer • Test engineer • Instrumentation and control engineer • Software engineer • Project engineer

Professional Engineering Management Industrial Systems

Apprenticeship available

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Manufacturing Engineering

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HNC/HND

The manufacturing industry is one of the government’s key areas for development and crucial to the UK's growing economy.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This qualification combines engineering fundamentals with business knowledge to develop you into a well rounded employee who understands manufacturing and how to make improvements.

HNC 2 years part-time HND 3 years part-time

It is a stimulating and challenging programme of study that provides you with essential subject knowledge and transferable skills to succeed in your engineering career. The course follows the new RQF syllabus, which has been substantially updated to match the requirements modern technology requires.

LOCATION

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 HNC and HND Engineering Design Engineering Maths Engineering Science Engineering Management HND Further Mathematics Sustainability

Year 2 HNC and HND Managing a Professional Engineering Project

Printworks Campus Keighley College (HNC only)

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Completion of the HND can lead to a top-up qualification of a full honours degree such as BEng (Hons) Manufacturing Engineering, or employment.

Materials, Properties and Testing

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Production Engineering for Manufacture

• Product development engineer

Quality and Process Improvement

• Manufacturing engineer

HND Lean Manufacturing

• Production supervisor

• Production manager

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Year 3 HND Research Project Professional Engineering Management Manufacturing Systems Engineering Apprenticeship available

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Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Higher Apprenticeship Level 4 This apprenticeship has been designed to provide the manufacturing and engineering sector with high grade technicians and engineers who have practical skills, combined with a higher education qualification. The apprenticeship will facilitate seamless progression from Level 3 to Level 6 qualifications and enable apprentices to work towards Incorporated Engineer status. You will be provided with the technical knowledge, skills and competence at Level 4 to operate at higher technician level in manufacturing and engineering. It will also develop your employability skills, making you more attractive to all employers whichever career you choose. You will study one of the following pathways from the apprenticeship framework: Pathway 3: Mechanical Pathway 4: Mechanical (continuation of Pathway 3) Pathway 5: Electrical/ Electronics Pathway 6: Electrical/ Electronics (continuation of Pathway 5) The main sub-occupations within the higher-level technical occupations are:

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 2 years ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Employers wish to attract applicants who come from a diverse range of backgrounds with a wide range of experience, achievements or qualifications. Entry at Level 4 within the framework is flexible in that applicants may have a variety of qualifications such as A Levels, Certificate/Diploma in Engineering, Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering; or, without formal qualifications, can show, possibly through a portfolio, that they have the potential to complete this apprenticeship, through having previously worked in the sector at Level 3 or are currently employed in the sector and are looking for personal development and career progression. You can complete this apprenticeships whilst studying either the HNC/HND Electrical and Electronic Engineering or the HNC/HND Manufacturing Engineering.

Technicians – engineering technicians, draftspersons, laboratory technicians, electrical and electronics technicians and quality assurance technicians. Professionals – mechanical engineers, design and development engineers, production and process engineers and planning and quality control engineers. Managers – production, works and maintenance managers, research and development managers and quality assurance managers.

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FASHION, THEATRICAL & MEDIA HAIR & MAKEUP WOULD YOU LIKE A PROFESSION WHERE YOU CAN LET YOUR PASSION AND SKILL SHAPE YOUR CAREER? The media makeup industry is currently experiencing significant growth and there is an increasing demand for industry professionals to gain employment within the world of television, film and the media.

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Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8F72

Specialist technical knowledge and creative skills are sought after at higher level in this increasingly competitive industry. This course provides an opportunity to develop the wider vocational, academic and professional skill sets and personal attributes that are required by employers, agencies and freelance artists. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This exciting course provides substantive opportunity for you to develop your personal, professional and creative portfolio to enable you to promote and showcase your creative skills at industry focused events. You will work backstage on productions, on location for short films, and on photo shoots.

2 years full-time

The programme has a strong commercial flavour, providing a balance of academic understanding and practice. Guest speakers and specialist workshops complement the academic content, providing insight into employment opportunities and industry specific skill sets. To support your portfolio development, there will be lectures, practical workshops, creative portfolio building, research, critiques, discussions, presentations, industry experiences, sketchbook work and occasional evening and weekend work. You will train in a real life industry environment, at our partner television studio, Prime Studios.

LOCATION University Centre and Prime Studios

AFTER YOUR DEGREE On successful completion, students may wish to continue onto a one year BA (Hons) Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup top-up, or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance MUA

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Special Effects Makeup

• TV and film Year 2 2D and 3D Body Art

Historical Influences in Hair and Prosthetics and Casting Makeup Creative Postiche Professional Development Work-Related Learning Principles of Flat Mould Appliances Creative Hair and Makeup Design 1 Creative Hair and Makeup Design 2

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Managing the Creation of a Showcase

• Theatre • Bridal and photographic environments


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Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup

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BA (Hons) Top-up Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8F73

Be a professional graduate who is confident about entering this increasingly competitive industry, with a clear vision of what you want to achieve. This exciting BA (Hons) Fashion, Theatrical, Hair and Media Makeup programme has been designed to offer you the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the sector. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Create your own identity by building core professional skills required by the industry. You will investigate and explore a range of contexts, building on core professional skills required by the industry.

1 year full-time

You will gain critical understanding of hair and makeup practices for fashion, theatre and media, whilst developing your innovative and creative thinking skills. Choose your area of specialism and hone your craft whilst taking advantage of opportunities to work collaboratively on ideas and creative projects. You will train in a real life industry environment, at our partner television studio, Prime Studios, and develop networking and etiquette skills to assist in your preparation to pursue a career within the industry. This is integral to employers looking for versatile and flexible professionals, who can respond to the convergence of fashion due to time based media, new technologies, and social platforms.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Applied Prosthetics Research Methods

LOCATION University Centre and Prime Studios

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Students may progress onto Masters or postgraduate study.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Freelance makeup artist • Postiche specialist • Retail management • You could progress into specialisms such as fashion and photography, special effects, prosthetics, TV and film, theatre and more.

The Creative Art of Male Makeup Creative Identity and Entrepreneurial Skills Final Project

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Rebecca, Fd Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup student. "I found Katie Ince's workshop really helpful for my module. She helped me perfect my knotting by giving me guidance when I couldn't work it out because I'm left handed. She even let me try her belly yak which made me want to create part of my design with Yak belly hair". Lucy Matthews "Whilst studying at Leeds City College, we have had the pleasure of experiencing guest speakers and a trip to the prosthetics event. Each guest speaker has demonstrated their skills and shared with us their invaluable knowledge. They have improved my knowledge on working within the industry and also helped me to complete my assignments at a higher level. The prosthetics event was an amazing experience that I would definitely recommend attending as it helped inspire me to work harder within my prosthetics module."

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THE GUEST SPEAKERS HAVE REALLY MOTIVATED ME TO BE MORE PROACTIVE ON THE COURSE AND WITH WORK EXPERIENCE.

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HEALTH, CARE & EDUCATION YOU’RE ABOUT TO TAKE ON AN AREA OF STUDY WHICH COULD LEAD TO YOU ENRICHING THE LIVES OF CHILDREN, ADULTS, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES. HOW REWARDING IS THAT? We understand the importance of applying your learning to practice and developing skills. This is why we focus on quality work experience opportunities and putting these at the core of our courses

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Children’s Care, Learning and Development

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L521

Interested in studying in the field of childcare and education? Want to be instrumental in supporting children and young people's development at a crucial time in their lives? Do you want to develop your professional practice and be able to apply theory to practical situations?

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course aims to give you the opportunity to research a range of subjects which relate to the current childcare and education sector. You will explore contemporary issues relevant to the sector as well as embed your learning in the context of professional practice.

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

The course has an integrated work base throughout. You will be expected to attend a suitable work placement (paid or unpaid) for at least 10-12 hours a week throughout the course.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Skills for Academic Development

Year 2 Developing Professional Practice

Supportive Learning Environments

Learning in the Early Years

Supporting Holistic Development Practitioner Skills for the Professional Educator Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable People

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Supporting Language Development Leadership and Management Research Informed Practice Social Policy

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Progression to the BA (Hons) Children and Young People’s Care and Education (Top-Up), or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Early years sector • Learning support assistant • Nursery lead • Childcare/early years assistant • Management opportunities


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Children and Young People’s Care and Education

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BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: L525

The top-up will build upon your existing knowledge of care and education. You will look at external factors both socially and environmentally and assess how they can influence development and education. You will have the opportunity to apply this knowledge by conducting a research project.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The BA (Hons) Children and Young People’s Care and Education is a top up for those who have completed a relevant foundation degree or HND and who wish to study further to achieve a full degree qualification. It is designed for professionals working with children and young people (0-25yrs) in a variety of settings including schools, academies, children’s centres, nurseries and SILCs.

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

Designed with employability at its heart, the course has a work based focus throughout.You will be expected to attend a work placement at least 10-12 hours a week throughout your studies.

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

The modules are designed to enable students to personalise their learning in relation to their specialisms in the workplace through demonstrating sound, theoretical and practical knowledge of key concepts and principles relevant to the current and emerging workforce.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Research Methods Purposeful Child-Centred Play The Family in Context Contemporary Discourse Dissertation

LOCATION University Centre

Students can apply to do a PGCE or an in-service teacher training programme. They can also apply to other institutions to do a relevant Masters degree, or enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Primary teaching (further relevant qualification required) • Management positions • Community playwork • Children’s centre manager • Working in Special Inclusive Learning Centres (SILCS) • Supporting teaching and learning in academies and colleges

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Health and Social Care

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BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8P37 This top-up course gives you the opportunity to continue your studies in the field of health and social care and to focus on an area of interest. It builds on your knowledge and insight into the health and social care sector and seeks to place you at a higher level for practice.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course reflects the changing requirements of those working in the health and social care sector, with consideration of emerging legislation. It aims to give you the opportunity to develop your practice, shape your learning through research and develop what you learn into a dissertation

1 year full-time 18 months part-time

You will be expected to attend a suitable work placement (paid or unpaid) for at least 10-12 hours per week throughout your studies. Experience working as a volunteer, in employment, or in a work placement is essential.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Research Methods

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Graduates can continue their academic studies and look into completing a Masters degree or seek employment in the health and social care sector.

Contemporary Discourse Specialist Provision in Health and Social Care Critical Reflection on Practice Issues Dissertation

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Senior care or managerial roles • Healthcare practitioner • Adult and community social care sector roles • Promotion in current workplace

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Health and Wellbeing

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L5T3 Healthcare is a constantly evolving sector and awareness of the importance of health and personal wellbeing is at a high. This course will educate you in new therapies and developments to tackle healthcare issues. You will also develop key transferable skills, sought after by employers from the sector.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course is designed for those wanting to gain knowledge and experience of working in a health related profession. During the course you will gain knowledge and understanding of health and wellbeing promotion within the context of contemporary health and wellbeing practices.

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

A foundation degree in health and wellbeing looks at health in a broad context and investigates current issues in healthcare.

Year 1 Skills for Professional Development

Year 2 Developing Professional Practice

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for the Healthcare Professional

Mental and Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body

Nutrition and the Impact on Health and Wellbeing

Working in the Healthcare Profession

Health and Wellbeing - Small Scale Research Project

Legal Aspects of Healthcare

University Centre and Keighley College

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

Concepts of Health and Wellbeing

LOCATION

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Successful completion of the foundation degree can lead to a one year BA (Hons) Health and Social Care top-up degree or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Community development worker • Health promotion specialist • Health service manager • Adult nurse • Dietitian • Occupational therapist

Apprenticeship available

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ANDIE KHUPE    ANDIE KHUPE HAS BEEN A STUDENT AT LEEDS CITY COLLEGE SINCE 2011 WHEN SHE STARTED ON THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE COURSE LEVEL 1 AT THOMAS DANBY COLLEGE. SHE COMPLETED THIS IN 2012 AND PROGRESSED ON TO HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 2 AGAIN AT THOMAS DANBY FROM 2012-2013. By this time, there was no stopping Andie’s determination to study and she embarked on the Health and Social Care Level 3 Diploma between 2013 and 2015. Since then she has completed the Foundation Degree in Social Care (Adult and Community) Level 4 and 5 and has just graduated from her top up to BA (Hons) Health and Social Care Level 6 at the University Centre.

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She has embraced being a student and is an ambassador for lifelong learning at 67 years of age. She has done voluntary work in Calais with The Red Cross taking emergency supplies to the camps. She currently works as a volunteer at Burmantofts Community Hub where there is a strong focus on integrating asylum seekers and refugees into the community.


A BIG THANKYOU FOR THE HELP, ADVICE AND KNOWLEDGE YOU SHARED WITH ME. I HAVE LOVED EVERY MINUTE.

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Social Care (Adult and Community)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L510

The government is working to provide a social care system that provides care for those who need it, and which enables people to retain their independence and dignity (Gov.uk, 2018). Studying this course will give you the academic, practical knowledge and understanding needed to work within the social care sector. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will have the opportunity to research a range of subjects which relate to the current demands of care, whilst exploring contemporary issues relevant to the sector.

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

There is a work-based focus throughout the course and you will be expected to undertake at least 10-12 hours per week at a suitable placement (paid or unpaid). This will help you embed academic studies in a professional practice whilst also developing the transferable skills employers are seekings.

LOCATION

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Skills for Academic Development

Year 2 The Reflective Practitioner Behaviour Management

University Centre and Keighley College

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Successful students who want to continue their studies can apply for a BA (Hons) health and social care degree, or enter employment.

Safe Practice in Care

Developing Person-Centred Communication and Supportive Care Practices Leadership and Management Developing Professional Supporting Adults with Specific Practice Needs Healthy Living Social Policy

Social Enterprise

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Managerial roles • Senior support worker • Care co-ordinator • Drug and alcohol support services • Probation services • Community sector work • Adult and community social care work

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Supporting Teaching and Learning

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: L522 Are you currently employed in supporting the teaching and learning of children and young people (4-25yrs)? Or wishing to develop your role in this area? This course will help you broaden your horizons or progress within the education sector.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will develop technical and transferable skills, autonomy and independent thinking from a mixture of lectures, seminars, scenarios/case studies, presentations, group work and work practice. In addition, you will gain academic knowledge that employers in the education sector are increasingly demanding.

2 years full-time 2 years part-time

The course has an integrated work-based focus throughout. You will need previous experience working with children and young people as a volunteer, in employment or work placement and will need to be able to communicate effectively with a range of people in a variety of settings.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Skills for Academic Development

Year 2 Working in Collaborative Partnerships

Concepts of Supporting Learning

Supporting Science

Supporting Technology Enhanced Learning

Research-Informed Practice

Inclusive Practices Communication, Language and Literacy Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable People

Supporting Numeracy Learning, Being and Becoming Contemporary Educational Agenda

LOCATION University Centre and Keighley College

AFTER YOUR DEGREE You may choose to top up to a full degree at the University Centre. This includes a BA (Hons) in Children and Young People’s Care and Education. Dependant on other relevant qualifications, you may wish to undertake a PGCE or similar after your full BA (Hons) degree.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Promotion in teaching assistant roles • Learning mentors • Personalised support worker • Teaching assistant • Higher level teaching assistant • Educational and behavioural support • Progress coach • SENDCO

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Healthcare Assistant Practitioner Apprenticeship Level 5 Assistant practitioners work as part of the wider health and social care team and have direct contact with patients, service users or clients, providing high quality and compassionate care. They work at a level above that of healthcare support workers and have a more indepth understanding about factors that influence health. Assistant practitioners can be found working in a range of areas such as cancer services, physiotherapy, genito-urinary medicine, orthopaedics, hospice care and mental health. Examples of common work activities include assisting in total patient assessment, coordination of care (including referrals to other practitioners) and higher clinical skills such as catheterisation, wound care and discharge planning.

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 18-24 months ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 A-levels at Grade D or above BTEC Level 3 Dip/Ext Dip MM/ MMP profile in a relevant Level 3 qualification in health and social care and/or wellbeing exercise GCSE Grade Cs, preferably including English Language International qualifications assessed against the criteria above Speakers of other languages: IELTS score of at least 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any one pathway) or a recognised Level 2 English qualification. You can complete this apprenticeship whilst studying the Health and Wellbeing Foundation Degree.

Upon successful completion of this apprenticeship, you will have obtained the core skills, knowledge and values/behaviours to become an assistant practitioner. In addition, you can complete this apprenticeship whilst studying the Fd Health and Wellbeing. For those assistant practitioners who wish to progress into registered practice, the apprenticeship can provide credits into some higher education programmes aligned to professional registration.

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FOR FOUR YEARS I WENT FROM JOB TO JOB, BUT QUICKLY LOST INTEREST IN EACH ONE. THEN I ENQUIRED ABOUT THE SOCIAL CARE FOUNDATION DEGREE.

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I HAVE TO SAY, IT’S ONE OF THE WISEST DECISIONS THAT I’VE MADE.

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LAW LEEDS IS NOW RECOGNISED AS THE SECOND LARGEST UK LEGAL MARKET OUTSIDE OF LONDON (THELAWYER.COM). Our Foundation Degree in Law and Criminal Studies combines law and criminal studies together. Our LLB (Hons) gives students the option to complete the CILEx Graduate Fast Track Diploma as part of the third year.

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Bachelor of Laws

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LLB  UCAS Course Code: 2R11 The legal industry is one of the most rewarding sectors. The LLB (Hons) at the University Centre will prepare you for the competitive market, in one of the largest legal ‘hubs’ outside of London. To help you enter and progress in this competitive industry, we offer a qualifying law degree with an additional option of ‘cross-qualification’ as a CILEx graduate legal executive in your third and final year. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Our Bachelor of Laws degree encompasses a range of compulsory and optional modules that form a basis of legal education in the UK. We also place a focus on research and self-directed development, and provide opportunities for our students to build and maintain their own areas of interest.

3 years full-time 3.5 years part-time

During year 3, students will be offered the opportunity to apply for the CILEx qualification, which allows for Graduate CILEx membership, and will make them an attractive prospect for potential graduate practitioner roles. There are a number of additional fees associated with the CILEx qualification. Please note that this route is optional, and does not impact on the attainment of an LLB. You can achieve your law degree without achieving the CILEx qualification, and the decision does not need to be made until the second year of the degree. Contact us for details of these fees.

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AFTER YOUR DEGREE Further study at Masters level, the Level 7 Diploma in Paralegal Practice, CILEx Graduate Diploma, an LPC/ BPTC, teacher training or employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Solicitor

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Level 4 Legal Foundations

Level 6 Dissertation

• Barrister

Professional Development

With four options from:

• Finance

Law of Contract

Civil Litigation

• Government

Criminal Law

Criminal Litigation

• Police

Law of Tort

Client Care

• Charities work

Citizen and the State

Criminal Justice

• Local government

Level 5 Legal Research Method and Skills

Commercial Law

Work-Related Learning Land Law Equity and Trusts Human Rights European Union Law

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Family and Child Law Immigration Law

• Legal executive and paralegal


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Law and Criminal Studies

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: ML31 The study of law and criminal studies offers an exciting combination for those interested in pursuing challenging and rewarding study in traditional law modules and the criminal justice sector.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course provides an insight into the law, legal and criminal justice sectors. It balances academic theory with the practice of a legal sector and services professional.

2 years full-time

You will learn to appraise legal principles critically, be logical and balanced in argument,undertake research from legal sources and develop clear and fluent legal skills. In addition, there is a strong emphasis on personal and professional development and employability skills.

University Centre

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Criminal Law

LOCATION

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Progression includes a topup degree at the University Centre, professional qualifications such as Chartered Institute of Legal Executives Level 3, National Association of Licensed Paralegals Level 4 or related employment.

Introduction to Social Theory

Year 2 Legal Research Methods and Skills

Professional Development

Criminal Justice

Law of Contract

Law of Tort

Citizen and The State

Work-Related Learning

Legal Foundations

Youth Crime and Justice

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Justice and Society

• Police service • Crown prosecution service • Witness support • Court services • Probation service • Youth offending agencies • Crime prevention • Community safety • Local government

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Law and Criminal Studies

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BA (Hons) Top-Up  UCAS Course Code: 2R11 The legal sector is challenging but rewarding. This BA (Hons) Top-Up progresses you on to the next step in entering this industry. As part of this, you can study the CILEx Graduate Fast Track Diploma in your third year alongside the course.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course is ideal for those who have completed a law and criminal studies foundation degree, or who have extensive experience in the vocational area.

1 year full-time

This one year course is delivered by a small, committed and supportive team of lawyers and academics. It is an intellectually challenging, high quality vocational programme in law and criminal studies. The course offers a contemporary and vocationally-relevant degree which is underpinned by research, allowing you to progressively advance your specialist academic skills.

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It differentiates from other courses in its vocational focus, complemented with an independent, self-selected and specialist research module. The course will provide you with the key skills in research methods applicable to law and criminal studies, and will develop your ability to reflect and learn from your experience. In addition to career focused modules, you will also be expected to produce a self-directed piece of research on a related sociolegal dissertation question. This is an opportunity for you to produce novel, methodologically sound, and in-depth research on an area that has sparked your interest throughout your studies.

LOCATION

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Upon successful completion of this honours degree, there are opportunities for graduates to continue their studies at Masters level, with new government funding facilitating Level 7 education, which is becoming an increasingly popular choice.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Policing • Offender management • Youth offender programmes

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

• The penal system

Policing and Social Control

• Support work

Penology and Sentencing Human Rights: Past, Present and Future Criminal Litigation Dissertation

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I BELIEVE THAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO GIVE STUDENTS THE KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS NEEDED TO SUCCEED IN THIS INDUSTRY.

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I AM REALLY EXCITED BY THIS PARTNERSHIP AND THE CHANCE TO MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE TO STUDENTS AT LEEDS CITY COLLEGE.

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SCIENCE BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE IS ONE OF THE MOST DYNAMIC AREAS OF MODERN SCIENCE. INTERESTED? READ ON. With a strong emphasis on developing practical laboratory skills as well as knowledge and understanding of a wide range of scientific topics, our degrees prepare you for work in a scientific field by offering industryrelevant experience.

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Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: CF13

Biomedical sciences is a competitive employment sector and this course has been developed with direct input from employers who operate on a global scale.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

If you are interested in science this course offers an exemplary experience of laboratory practical work, coupled with foundation knowledge. It equips you with the employability skills necessary to succeed in the science industry.

2 years full-time

The course encompasses a wide range of laboratory procedures for working with living organisms for human purposes. It includes research and development in the laboratory, exploring, extracting, exploiting and producing high value-added products from living organisms. You will learn to work confidently and independently in a laboratory, developing specialist skills and knowledge through lectures, workshops, guest speakers and extensive experience of lab work taught by highly experienced tutors.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Personal and Professional Development

Year 2 Work-Related Learning

Mathematics

Microbiology and Biotechnology

Integrated Biomolecular Science

Scientific Investigation

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Integrated Practical Skills

Immunology

Physiology and Pathology

Genetics

Biochemical Processes

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Students completing the foundation degree can progress on to the one year BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences) Top-Up course, or into employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Biomedical scientist • Clinical healthcare roles (eg cytogeneticist, biochemist, haematologist) • Immunologist • Microbiologist • Toxicologist • Laboratory technician • Forensic scientist • Clinical trials

Apprenticeship available

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Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences)

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BSc Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: CF15

Biotechnical sciences encompasses a wide range of laboratory procedures for working with living organisms for human purposes. This is a Level 6 topup programme (final year of degree) designed in consultation with industry providing an academically challenging and relevant programme of study.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course provides an experience of laboratory work and entry into a career in science. Building on from a foundation degree or HND, you will gain further industry knowledge in addition to employability skills needed to succeed in your career.

1 year full-time

There will be the opportunity to gain experience in scientific writing skills, working within laboratory teams whilst also managing schedules and deadlines. In addition, you will develop skills and knowledge about genetic engineering, analytical chemistry and how new drugs and medical treatments are developed including those used in gene therapy. You will have the opportunity to develop your own specialist research project to produce an undergraduate thesis (dissertation).

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Dissertation Research Methods Recombinant Technology

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE You could go on to further study at Masters level or other postgraduate qualification, or progress into employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Biomedical scientist • Clinical healthcare roles (eg cytogeneticist, biochemist, haematologist)

Targets for Novel Pharmaceutical Agents

• Immunologist

Quality Control and Further Analytical Methods

• Toxicologist

• Microbiologist • Laboratory technician • Forensic scientist • Government departments • Primary care – GPs • Overseas – World Health Organisation • Science sales marketing

Apprenticeship available

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Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: CF14

This course will appeal to anyone interested in industrial production of fine and bulk chemicals, converting raw materials into over 70,000 different products such as pharmaceuticals, animal health products, vitamins, medicines, and pesticides. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Chemical and pharmaceutical science encompasses a wide range of laboratory procedures for preparation and analysis of chemical substances for human purposes. It includes research and development in the laboratory, exploring, purifying and synthesizing high quality products from nature and other sources.

2 years full-time

The course will give students the employability skills and industry knowledge necessary to succeed when working in the science industry. The course also covers chemical analysis, which has applications in assessing the purity of substances, measuring environmental pollutants in air and water, detecting banned substances in athletes and investigating the composition of surface materials of comets and planets.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Students completing the foundation degree can progress on to the one year BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences) Top-Up course, or into employment.

Year 1 Integrated Biomolecular Science

Year 2 Work-Related Learning

Integrated Practical Skills

Medicinal Chemistry

Personal and Professional Development

Biomaterials and Solid State Chemistry

Mathematics

Microbiology and Biotechnology

• Science academic

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

• Analytical chemistry

Physical, Inorganic and Introduction to Organic Chemistry Biochemical Processes Further Organic Chemistry

Scientific Investigation

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Laboratory work • Product manufacturing • Pharmaceuticals • Civil service • Environmental analysis • Forensic applications • Clinical trials • Life Sciences • Agro-chemicals

Apprenticeship available

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Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences)

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BSc Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: CF16

Chemical and pharmaceutical science encompasses a range of laboratory procedures for preparation and analysis of chemical substances for human purposes and has been written in consultation with industry employers.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This is a relevant and challenging course of study with a strong practical element. It includes research and development in the laboratory, exploring, purifying and synthesizing high quality products from nature and other sources. Examples include the manufacturing of drugs, materials and medicinal products or large scale synthesis in industry.

1 year full-time

You will develop skills and knowledge about analytical chemistry, organic chemical synthesis and how new drugs and medical treatments are developed including those used in gene therapy. In addition, you will have the opportunity to develop your own specialist research project to produce an undergraduate thesis (dissertation).

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Dissertation Research Methods Quality Control and Further Analytical Methods Organic Synthetic Strategies and Modelling Recombinant Technology

LOCATION University Centre

You could go on to further study at Masters level or other postgraduate qualification, or progress into employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • NHS and private sector • Public Health England • Health Protection Agency (HPA) • Forensic science • National Blood Authority • Veterinary services • Health and Safety Authority • University labs • Pharmaceuticals • Analytical chemistry • Environmental analysis • Forensic applications • Civil Service • Clinical trials • Agro-chemicals • Research scientist Apprenticeship available

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Laboratory Technician Advanced Apprenticeship Level 3 If you have an interest in biology, this apprenticeship could be for you. Studying the Applied Biology HNC, as part of the advanced level apprenticeship, will develop your knowledge and understanding of biological theories and practices. You will study a range of topics and key areas of biology that will provide you with an understanding of the key concepts required in a laboratory technician role or for further study in a range of bioscience disciplines. You will develop the skills needed to be able to apply them in different science related contexts, and will put these into practice in the workplace as part of your apprenticeship. In the workplace, you will acquire comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of clinical trials and learning practices that include: - Routine and one-off laboratory testing and how to perform a variety of laboratory techniques - Work with minimum supervision, taking responsibility for the quality and accuracy of the work that is undertaken

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP Approximately 24 months ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Typically, candidates will have five GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English, maths and a science subject and hold relevant Level 3 qualifications. Other relevant or prior experience may also be considered as an alternative. Following the completion of the HNC and Laboratory Technician Advanced Apprenticeship, learners may progress on to a higher level or degree apprenticeship in the field of biomedical sciences or study a foundation degree or BSc in Biomedical Sciences. Learners may continue in employment following completion of the apprenticeship.

- Work safely in the laboratory, maintaining excellent housekeeping whilst following appropriate safety, environment and risk management systems - Ensure the laboratory is well-stocked and resourced, as well as be able to maintain accurate written records of work carried out - Follow procedures to meet the requirements of quality standards relevant to the workplace - Tissue recognition, cutting, staining and microscopy; and its associated data management - Preparation and recording of a wide variety of formulations for toxicology studies

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Laboratory Scientist Degree Apprenticeship A fully competent laboratory scientist will be able to work in a wide range of organisations, including but not exclusively, chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, formulated products, nuclear and analytical services. On this apprenticeship you will learn to analyse, interpret and evaluate scientific data. You will also learn to support appraisal of scientific experimentation with numerical and statistical analysis and identify and use approaches appropriate to solve problems, support new investigations and follow-up experiments in the laboratory. Working safely and ethically is paramount and many companies operate under highly regulated conditions. This apprenticeship is ideal for those looking to progress into roles such as analytical chemist, research and development scientist, molecular biologist, microbiologist, formulation scientist, medicinal chemist, process technologist, biotechnologist.

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LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP Approximately 5 years ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Typically, candidates will have five GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English, maths and a science subject and hold relevant Level 3 qualifications providing the appropriate number of UCAS points for entry to a Level 6 higher education programme. Other relevant or prior experience may also be considered as an alternative. Complete this apprenticeship whilst studying either the Fd and BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences) or Fd and BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences). The apprenticeship is recognised by the relevant professional bodies at Registered Scientist (RSci) level, for which there is a requirement that the scientist will participate in subsequent continuing professional development on completion of the apprenticeship.


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SPORT BE PART OF THE GLOBAL SPORT MOVEMENT. With the popularity of personal fitness and physical activity high on government policy, sport is essential to improving public health and professional sporting achievement.

Get free membership at the Firehouse Fitness gym when you undertake a full-time sport course with us. firehousefitness.co.uk

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Sport (Physical Education)

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: C6T9 Physical Education (PE) is an industry that is continually growing both locally and nationally, with over 200 schools and other education establishments employing physical education teachers within the Leeds district alone.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This exciting programme has been developed with input from current physical education teachers, primary and high school headmasters and self-employed school orientated coaches. It develops your knowledge in coaching practice, physical education, inclusive physical education, and learning the policies and practices of a physical education teacher.

2 years full-time

During the course, you will be required to complete a range of work placements within local schools or with local sports teams as part of the Work-Related Learning module. You will plan and deliver practical coaching sessions and classroom-based lessons.

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

The course offers places for students to undertake their work placement abroad at a variety of schools in Orebro, Sweden, working in both primary and secondary education, whilst leading sporting activities. This will provide you with valuable experience, networking opportunities and industry recognised qualifications.

Year 1 Coaching Practice

Year 2 Independent Study

Fundamentals of Training and Fitness

Coaching in Sport and Physical Education

Professional Development

Inclusive Physical Education

Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity

Learning and Teaching in Physical Education

Sociology of Sport, Exercise and Policy and Practice in Physical Physical Activity Education

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University Centre

After successfully completing the foundation degree, you can progress on to a BA (Hons) top-up degree in various disciplines including sports studies, sport coaching and physical education, or go into employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

Sports Analysis

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• Primary, Secondary or Further education PE teacher (further qualifications required) • After school sports coach • Coaching award assessor • Youth sports coach • Adult sports coach


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Sports Coaching

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: CX61 Sports Coaching is fundamental to enriching people's’ sporting experiences, community participation and health. Sports coaching is growing locally and nationally with over 200 schools and other education establishments employing sports coaches within the Leeds district.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course has been created to establish and develop your knowledge of sports coaching within schools, local community groups and local sports clubs. Whilst on the course we will prepare you for employment within local schools, communities or sports teams through our fantastic employability links. During the course, you will have the opportunity to work with local schools, community sports clubs and elite sports teams.

2 years full-time

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

The course offer places for students to undertake their work placement abroad in Sweden or Finland, coaching different age ranges and leading training sessions. This will provide you with valuable employer experience, networking opportunities and industry recognised qualifications.

Once you have successfully completed the foundation degree, you can apply to progress on to the BA (Hons) in Sports Coaching degree (top-up), or progress in to employment.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Year 1 Coaching Practice Fundamentals of Training and Fitness

Year 2 Applied Training and Fitness in Coaching Coaching Practices

• Sports coach • After schools sports coach • Community sports coach • Teaching assistant

Professional Development

Independent Study

Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity

Work-Related Learning

Inclusive Recreation Sociology of Sport, Exercise and Coaching Programme Physical Activity

• Primary, Secondary or Further education PE teacher (further qualifications required)

Sports Analysis

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TOM BOLDY    What made you study your course (both Sport Performance and PGCE)? I chose to study the Sports Performance course at Leeds City College because I had a scholarship playing football for the IAFE (International Academy of Football and Education) and they had a partnership with the college. The PGCE was to develop my skills as the aim is to become a teacher,hopefully at Leeds City College in the future. Why did you choose to study here? I picked the PGCE course at the University Centre because of the relationships and support I received on the foundation and top-up degree. The tutors went above and beyond to assist with any issues I had. I am truly grateful to the sports department as well. What have you enjoyed most about studying at the University Centre at Leeds City College? The University Centre is a very friendly and relaxed environment. It has all the facilities one needs to make both the academic and social journey worthwhile. What work experience have you completed whilst at college and what have you gained from these experiences? I worked in Austria and Sweden. I had a job in a ski shop in Austria. I also got the opportunity to work in a secondary

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school, teaching sport and English. It developed my confidence and helped me to discover my passion for teaching. What are you hoping to do after your PGCE? I’m hoping to become a sport or welfare teacher within a college, teaching 16-18 year old learners. Can you tell us a little bit about your mental health campaign? I have a mental health illness and I know the struggle and negative effect it can have on a person's academic and social life. I have presented talks to all higher education tutors at the University Centre, written blog posts and produced videos on how people can help themselves, friends and family members. I have also recently put plans in place to hold talks within secondary schools in Bradford and Leeds and will be holding more talks at the University Centre. What advice would you give to someone wanting to study sport or a PGCE? If you enjoyed sport at school, you will love the sports performance course at the University Centre. If you have a passion for developing people and being part of their growth, then a PGCE is for you. The staff are also very supportive.


THE TUTORS WERE EXTREMELY SUPPORTIVE AND ACCOMMODATING, AND HELPED ME ACHIEVE MY GOALS AND WORK TOWARDS A CAREER IN PE.

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Sports Coaching

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BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: CX6C This course encourages you to thoroughly analyse and evaluate key components of the coaching process, including performance, sports science and the sociology of inclusive recreation. This programme is a one year full-time top-up degree for those who have already successfully completed either a foundation degree or HND in a sports-related subject. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course develops all aspects of sports coaching and the range of skills you will need to develop yourself as a competent sports coach. You will learn how to deliver sports sessions effectively and develop your ability and knowledge further through a range of work experience opportunities.

1 year full-time

You will need to be actively coaching or assisting in regular coaching sessions. Coaching opportunities are available through the college and with local sports organisations. You will have the chance to undertake nationally recognised sporting qualifications alongside the course.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Coaching Performance Dissertation Research Methods Sports Science Target Groups in the Community

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE After completing this course, graduates have the option to go on to complete a Masters or PGCE qualification. Alternatively, enter employment.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Sports coaching • Sports development • Sports instruction • Coaching in the community • Sports teaching

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Sport Performance

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 2C44 Sports Performance develops on from sports science theories to implement useful strategies to coaches and teams in the field. Sports Performance incorporates physiological, psychological, nutritional and performance analysis methods which are essential to improving athletes and teams of any skill level. Sports Performance is an ever expanding industry, with multiple employment options locally, nationally and internationally. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course has been created to establish and provide you with a wealth of experience, knowledge and skills so you graduate as a multidisciplinary practitioner.

2 years full-time

LOCATION

Whilst on the course we will prepare you for employment within local schools, communities, amateur and elite sports teams through our fantastic employability links.

University Centre

The course offer places for students to undertake their work placement abroad in Austria, Sweden or Finland, coaching different age ranges and leading training sessions. This will provide you with valuable employer experience, networking opportunities and industry recognised qualifications.

Once you have successfully completed the foundation degree, you can progress on to the BA (Hons) in Sport Performance or go into employment.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Coaching Practice Fundamentals of Training and Fitness Professional Development Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity

Year 2 Applied Strength and Conditioning

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Sport Therapy and Rehabilitation

• Teaching assistant

Work-Related Learning

Sports Nutrition

• Fitness instructor • After schools sports coach • Personal training (further qualifications required)

Independent Study

Sociology of Sport, Exercise and Applied Maximising Physical Activity Performance Sports Analysis

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

• Strength and conditionist (further qualifications required) • Primary, Secondary or Further education PE teacher (further qualifications required)

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Sport Performance

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BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: 2C45 This exciting programme is a one year full-time top-up degree for those who have already successfully completed either a foundation degree or HND in a sports-related subject. It will equip you with the experience, knowledge and skills to be successful in the sport performance industry or progress to postgraduate study. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

Sport performance is experiencing huge growth and this programme will enable you to work with athletes to develop their knowledge in nutrition and physiology, building your skills and abilities allowing you to move forward in your chosen career path with confidence. There is a strong focus on performance analysis with systems such as STATS utilised to enhance and develop your knowledge in this exciting field.

1 year full-time

Your research dissertation will allow you to focus on a topic of your choice. Throughout the course you will develop a range of academic skills such as presenting, referencing, researching and writing, as well as many skills required by employers including communication, critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and the use of IT.

Graduates are in a strong position to apply for a Masters or PGCE qualification, or to enter employment.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Applied Nutrition for Athletes Physiology of Performance Performance Analysis for Sport Performance Research Methods Dissertation

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LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Sport analysis • Sport performance • Strength and conditioning • Sport nutrition • Sport science • Teaching (further qualifications may be required)


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TEACHER TRAINING BE THE INSPIRATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION, OR HELP ADULTS ACHIEVE THEIR NEXT STEP TOWARDS EMPLOYMENT. Do you want to pass on your knowledge and experience to others? Whether you love numbers, get excited by science or appreciate the arts, we’ve got the courses to give you the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to teach a range of learners across the education, training and higher education sectors.

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THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE AT LEEDS CITY COLLEGE OFFERS A RANGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION COURSES FOR THOSE CURRENTLY IN TEACHING (IN-SERVICE) OR THOSE WISHING TO PROGRESS INTO TEACHING (PRE-SERVICE).

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The course that is right for you may depend on your previous qualifications and current teaching practice. If you want to study the Certificate in Education (Post-16 Education and Training) or the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Post-16 Education and Training) you can choose from one of the pathways below. We also offer the Further Education Learning and Skills Teacher Apprenticeship Level 5.

English (Literacy and ESOL) Teaching Literacy and ESOL in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

Mathematics Teaching Mathematics in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

SEN Teaching SEN in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context.

English Language and Linguistics: Theoretical Frameworks

Mathematics: Theoretical Frameworks

Perspectives on SEN Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Literacy and ESOL Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Mathematics Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of SEN Teaching and Learning

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DO YOU HOLD A UK DEGREE? (minimum 2:2 classification)

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Are you currently working in secondary, further, higher or adult education?

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PGCE Post-16 Education and Training (Pre-Service)

PGCE Secondary Education (In-Service)

PGCE Post-16 Education and Training (In-Service)

Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Higher Education (In-Service)

MA Education

MA Education

MA Education

MA Education

DO YOU HOLD A UK DEGREE? (minimum 2:2 classification)

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MA Education

Are you currently working in further, higher or adult education?

Further Education Learning & Skills Level 5 Apprenticeship

YES

Certificate in Education (Post-16 Education and Training) In-Service

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Post-16 Education and Training (In-Service)

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Certificate in Education

If you are currently teaching young people or adults, this course will help you to develop your teaching skills, reflect on current ideas about education and training, and creatively explore the professional opportunities open to you. You will gain a professional qualification in further, higher or adult education and training. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course provides a conceptual and practical understanding of how to influence the quality of teaching, learning and assessment across multiple contexts in the post-16 sector. There will be opportunities to interrogate a range of national and international perspectives on learning and pedagogical models to inform and improve practice. You will also research and recommend practices that you can enact in your own classrooms.

2 years part-time

You will develop the ability to utilise a range of skills relevant to teaching in the post-16 sector, as well as the ability to apply subject-specific pedagogy to your own context whilst using specialist approaches and tools in the assessment of learners.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Demonstrating Professional Knowledge and Competence

Year 2 Subject Specialist Teaching

The Psychology of Teaching Learning and Assessment

Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice

Creative Teaching and Learning

Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare in Education and Training

A degree is not required for entry onto this programme.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Students completing these programmes can progress on to routes such as the Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status, or on to degree level study.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Paid employment in the placement organisation or in the education and training sector.

Students studying one of the three pathways below will study three subject specific modules during year 2 instead of those listed above. These are as follows:

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Mathematics Teaching Mathematics in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

SEN Teaching SEN in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

English Language and Linguistics: Theoretical Frameworks

Mathematics: Theoretical Frameworks

Perspectives on SEN Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Literacy and ESOL Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Mathematics Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of SEN Teaching and Learning

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Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary) This course is a provider-led route for the initial training of secondary-phase teachers and is designed to support you to meet the standards for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will be encouraged to critically analyse a range of core teaching practices and identify how these take shape in the context of discipline-specific teaching within a school-based environment.

1 year full-time

The award is based around three core generic and three specialist modules. The two specialist pathways have been designed to meet the specific needs of a target group of trainees who wish to train as teachers of EAL or SEN learners.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Semester 1 Demonstrating Professional and Inter-Professional Practice in School-Based Education

Semester 2 Subject Specialist Pedagogy and Practice

Teaching Learning and Assessment in School Based Education

Action Research

Curriculum Project

You will attend the University Centre and a placement school, totalling 5 days per week.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE Progress to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), or study at degree level. Students completing the PGCE could study a Masters degree. Progress to paid employment in the placement organisation, secondary school or further education sectors.

Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Secondary school teacher • Teacher of english as a foreign language Students studying one of the three pathways below will study three subject specific modules during semester 2 instead of those listed above. These are as follows: SEN Pathway The Pedagogy and Practice of SEN Teaching and Learning SEN: Theoretical Frameworks SEN: Action Research

• Community education officer • Teaching assistant

EAL Pathway The Pedagogy and Practice of EAL Teaching and Learning EAL: Theoretical Frameworks EAL: Action Research

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Post-16 Education and Training (In-Service/Pre-Service)

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Professional Graduate Certificate in Education This course will help you to develop your teaching skills, reflect on current ideas about education and training, and creatively explore the professional opportunities open to you. You will gain a professional qualification that enables you to teach in further, higher or adult education settings. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course provides you with a conceptual and practical understanding of how to influence the quality of teaching, learning and assessment across multiple contexts in the post-16 sector. You will learn alongside other teaching professionals and acquire adult learning theory which will be applied to your own practice.

Pre-service 1 year full-time In-service 2 years part-time

You should be in paid employment as a trainer or teacher, with a minimum of 100 hours of relevant current group teaching over two years. In addition, the course is also offered as a full-time preservice route for those who hold a degree in their specialist area and are not currently in a teaching post. You will be placed for a minimum of 100 hours (at least 50 hours in any one semester) at Leeds City College.

LOCATION

A degree is required for entry on to this programme.

University Centre and employment/placement school

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

Year 1 Demonstrating Professional Knowledge and Competence

Year 2 Subject Specialist Teaching Creative Teaching and Learning

Students completing these programmes can progress on to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status. Students completing the PGCE may wish to progress to a Masters degree.

The Psychology of Teaching and Learning and Assessment

Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare in Education and Training

Paid employment in the placement organisation or education and training sector.

Students studying one of the three pathways below will study three subject specific modules during year 2 instead of those listed above. These are as follows:

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English (Literacy and ESOL) Teaching Literacy and ESOL in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

Mathematics Teaching Mathematics in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

SEN Teaching SEN in the Education and Training Sector: Curriculum and Cultural Context

English Language and Linguistics: Theoretical Frameworks

Mathematics: Theoretical Frameworks

Perspectives on SEN Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Literacy and ESOL Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of Mathematics Teaching and Learning

The Pedagogy and Practice of SEN Teaching and Learning

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Professional Practice in Higher Education (In-Service)

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Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Higher Education

Advance your continued professional development in HE and cover the key aspects of an HE practitioner’s expertise in accordance with the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF, 2011). ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course will help you to develop your teaching skills and enhance the complex specialist knowledge that characterises the role of an HE practitioner. It aims to foster the development of a scholarly and research-based approach to teaching, learning and assessment in HE, whilst enabling you to design transformative undergraduate experiences for all students, including traditionally under-represented groups.

1 year part-time

You will learn alongside other HE teaching professionals and develop your ability to respond to the progressive and changing demands of the higher education context. You will also develop the skills to formulate structured educational interventions that link to departmental and institutional strategies for the enhancement of HE provision, whilst drawing on current and creative developments in HE to inform your own learning and teaching.

The Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Higher Education provides a route to Higher Education Academy (HEA) fellowship status.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Demonstrating Professional and Inter-Professional Practice

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES You may also progress in roles within specialist and general further education colleges or higher education institutions.

Building a Research Identity Pedagogies in Higher Education

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Education

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MA Degree

The Masters in Education will give you the opportunity to develop a critically responsive stance to practice in the context of a changing research methods used in the field of education studies and undertake your own research projects.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

You will develop a comprehensive and detailed knowledge of modern educational practice and the dynamics of change across a range of educational contexts. You will develop socio-political awareness, negotiating the challenges associated with changing national policy directives and institution-wide priorities. In addition, you will learn how to formulate research priorities for the immediate future.

3 years part-time

The course will empower you to face new occupational challenges across the changing contexts of education and training through the acquisition of transferable knowledge and skills and complex problem-solving strategies. In addition, the course will facilitate the development of innovative approaches to learning and workplace training, whilst working collaboratively with external stakeholders and communities, other academics, employers and special interest groups.

The programme gives you an opportunity to work towards educational leadership and management positions. It can also support those who wish to enter into a policy-making role. Candidates who successfully complete the programme may wish to progress on to a PhD.

The programme will be delivered over a number of Saturdays per semester; this will include two Saturdays per semester in the third year of study. Between workshops you will receive one-to-one academic guidance from personal tutors in supervision meetings and be supported by your peers within a professional community.

Contemporary Educational Policy Year 2 Education Inquiry

Plus one of: Change Management in Education Applied Critical Pedagogy Changing Contexts for Learning Specific Educational Needs Literacy and Language Learning Education for Sustainable Development Year 3 Dissertation

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AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Education director • Specialist leader of education • Education policy consultant

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Year 1 Education Studies

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Further Education Learning and Skills Teacher Apprenticeship Level 5 Trainees who successfully complete this qualification are expected to take an analytical and practical approach to all aspects of planning, delivering and assessing inclusive teaching and learning in a post-14 environment. There is a requirement for a minimum of 100 hours' teaching practice (50 hours per year) in a post-14 setting for this qualification. As an apprentice, you will: - Be responsible for planning and delivering learning that is current, relevant, challenging, and inspiring. - Learn how to organise and combine syllabus outcomes into meaningful and realistic learning opportunities. - Encourage your learners to develop autonomy and resilience, personal and interpersonal effectiveness, social awareness and respect for others. - Design and deliver learning sessions and activities that engage and inspire all learners and encourage them to set challenging goals. - Facilitate individualised learning through regular formative assessment processes, 360 feedback and collaboration with relevant colleagues and professionals. - Provide quality assurance outcomes for learners through compliance with internal and external regulations, legislation and guidance. - Seek feedback from learners, colleagues and relevant practitioners to support quality improvements in teaching and learning.

LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 2 years ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Individual employers may set entry requirements but these may typically include: Competence in a vocational and/or specialist subject at an appropriate level Confirmation of current vocational/specialist subject knowledge Up- to-date knowledge of workplace practice Candidates may have achieved maths, English and ICT skills at Level 2 (equivalent to GCSE Grade C or above) prior to commencing their training. Outcomes of this standard will include: Education and Training Diploma Level 5 Safeguarding Level 2 Students completing this programme can progress on to routes to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status, or on to a degree course. There is also the option to progress into paid employment in the placement organisation, secondary school or education and training sector.

- Use aggregated assessment data to review and develop your own and others’ practice and to report emerging gaps in progression and achievement amongst groups of learners.

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Teacher Apprenticeship Level 6 You will learn to teach pupils between the ages of 4 and 19. Teachers can be employed in a variety of settings (such as academy schools and maintained schools) across England. The occupation covered by this apprenticeship standard is that of a teacher of pupils from 4-19 years. As an apprentice teacher in the schoolbased sector you will demonstrate consistently high standards of personal and professional conduct. You will have strong subject knowledge and will keep your knowledge and skills up-todate, evidencing a critical approach to practice. In addition, you will forge positive professional relationships and work with parents/guardians in the best interests of your pupils. You will develop the professional expertise, core knowledge and understanding expected of newly qualified teachers of secondary age pupils. You will acquire a detailed knowledge of contemporary educational practice and the issues which shape the secondary education system. The apprenticeship adopts an approach to teacher preparation that is strongly grounded in a situated perspective on professional learning. Two thirds of the programme will be spent in placements in two schools and you will achieve a sound conceptual and practical understanding of how to influence the quality of teaching, learning and assessment in the secondary sector. Apprentices will be assessed against the Teachers' Standards. These define the minimum level of practice for trainees and teachers to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

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LENGTH OF APPRENTICESHIP 1 year ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent in English and mathematics. If you train to teach pupils aged 4-19, you must additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a Grade 4 in a GCSE science subject. A first bachelor degree (or equivalent) for entry to graduate initial teacher training programmes. You will have passed the national professional numeracy and literacy skills tests. These entry criteria have statutory force under The Education (School Teachers’ Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2003. You can complete this apprenticeship whilst studying the PGCE (secondary education). Achievement of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) – awarded by the National College for Teaching and Learning, will be a mandatory requirement for apprentices’ successful completion of the course.


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TOURISM & AVIATION TOURISM IS BIG BUSINESS. AIRPORTS, AIRLINES, TOUR OPERATORS, HOTELS… UK, EUROPE, ASIA, AMERICA… WHERE WILL YOU FIND YOUR NICHE? Outpacing the global economy for the sixth year in a row (WTTC, 2017) the tourism industry has no plans of stopping. Work for leading tour operators globally, join a worldwide fleet in the sky or join the ground control and manage air operations.

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Tourism and Aviation

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Foundation Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8G18 Strong links with Leeds Bradford: Yorkshire's Airport means that our offer provides an excellent mix of knowledge and industry experience. This exciting course strengthens your understanding of the travel sector and will enable you to gain an excellent insight into the tourism and aviation industry. ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

This course combines the travel, tourism and aviation sectors to ensure that you receive a well-rounded understanding of the sector as a whole and to ensure that you have the best possible employment chances. In addition, it will prepare you for working in these demanding sectors by giving you all the necessary skills and abilities to make a success of your career in the tourism and aviation industry.

2 years full-time

You will develop personal skills like communication, teamwork and team leading, as well as keeping up with current trends and developments in the industry. There will be a strong emphasis on customer service throughout the course and you will gain an understanding of its importance.

After the foundation degree you can choose to 'top up' your qualification to a full honours degree such as BA (Hons) in International Tourism and Aviation Management or enter employment.

Work-related learning forms an essential part of the course, allowing on the job training and development of further skills to make students more employable. There may be the opportunity to carry out a work placement either in the UK or overseas.

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES • Tourism management

MODULES MAY INCLUDE

• Aviation operations

Year 1 Year 2 Managing Customer Service for Human Resource Management Travel and Aviation Airport Operations Development of the Airline and Tourism Development Airport Industry Work-Based Learning Health, Safety and Security Leadership and Management Fundamentals of Marketing

• Cabin crew

ICT in Travel Professional Development

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• Passenger service agent • Holiday representative • Business travel agent • Retail agent • Visitor attractions • Tour operations • Hospitality


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International Tourism and Aviation Management

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BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree  UCAS Course Code: 8G19

Tourism in Leeds supports over 19,000 full-time jobs and is worth over £900 million to the local economy. This programme is a one year full-time top-up degree for those individuals who have already successfully completed either a foundation degree or HND in a tourism/aviation-related subject.

ABOUT THE COURSE

STUDY LENGTH

The course will equip you with the experience, knowledge and skills to be successful in the tourism and aviation industry or progress on to a postgraduate programme. You will develop a range of academic skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork, which will help build on your knowledge and prepare you for working in the industry. You will also complete a research dissertation on an appropriate topic of your choice.

1 year full-time

Graduates will be able to seek a number of career opportunities within the tourism and aviation sector such as tour operators, airlines and airports.

Students can progress on to a Masters programme, PGCE,other postgraduate qualification or enter employment.

MODULES MAY INCLUDE Worldwide Tourism and the Media

LOCATION University Centre

AFTER YOUR DEGREE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Crisis Management in Tourism and Aviation

• Tourism management

Global Issues in Tourism and Aviation

• Cabin crew

Research Methods

• Retail travel

Dissertation

• Tour operations

• Aviation operations • Business travel agent

• Hospitality

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COURSE INDEX

A

Acting 60

Health and Social Care

92 93

Applied Computing

48, 49

Health and Wellbeing

Art Enterprise

61, 62

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Art Enterprise (Graphic Design and Illustration)

63

Art Enterprise (Fashion and Textiles)

64

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Bachelor of Laws Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Sciences)

Business, Enterprise and Management

International Tourism and Aviation Management

L 104 112, 113

Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences) 114, 115 38, 39

C

Law and Criminal Studies Leadership and Management

M

Manufacturing Engineering

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106, 107 40, 41

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PGCE (Secondary) 135 Photography

72, 73

Children’s Care, Learning and Development

90

Physical Education

Children and Young People’s Care and Education

91

Post-16 Education and Training (In-Service) 134

Computer Games

65, 66

Computer Games (Concept Art) 67 Cyber Security and Networking 50, 51

D

Dance Performance 70

E

122

Post-16 Education and Training (In-Service/Pre-Service) 136 Professional Practice in Higher Education (In-Service) 137

S

Social Care (Adult and Community) 96 Sports Coaching

123, 126

Sport Performance

127, 128

Education 138

Sport (Physical Education) 122

Electrical and Electronic Engineering 78

Supporting Teaching and Learning 97

F 154

H

Tourism and Aviation

Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup

84, 85

Film and Screen Media

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Art Enterprise 00 Level 4 81

Level 3

Art Enterprise (Graphic Design and Illustration)

Laboratory Scientist Apprenticeship International Tourism and Aviation Degree 118 Management 00

Advanced Manufacturing Engineering AppliedApprenticeship Computing 00 Higher

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Art Enterprise Chartered Manager Apprenticeship (Textiles) 00 Degree 43

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Batchelor of Laws 00 Further Education Learning and Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnical Skills Teacher Apprenticeship Sciences) 00 Level 5 141 Biomedical Sciences (Chemical and

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Pharmaceutical Sciences) 00 Business, Enterprise Healthcare Assistant and Management Practitioner Apprenticeship

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C

Level 5 99 Children’s Care, Learning and Development 00 Children and Young People’s Care and Education

00

Computer Games

00

Computer Games (Concept Art) 00 Cyber Security and Networking

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APPRENTICESHIP INDEX

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Health and Social Care

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Health and Wellbeing Laboratory Technician Advanced Apprenticeship

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117

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Network Engineer Law and Criminal Studies 00 Apprenticeship Leadership and Management 00 Level 4 55

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Manufacturing Engineering Software Developer Apprenticeship 00 Level 4

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Photography Teacher Apprenticeship Physical Level 6 Education

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Electrical and Electronic

Sports Coaching

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Sport Performance

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Education 00 Engineering 00

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Fashion, Theatrical and Media Hair and Make-up

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Film and Screen Media

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Social Care (Adult and Community) 00

Supporting Teaching and Learning 00

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