Plumpton College | University Course Guide

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STUDY IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK

Excellent facilities & leading industry experts

LEADING THE FUTURE

UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH REWARDING & SUSTAINABLE CAREERS

Degrees validated in animal welfare, environment, horticulture and food & drink production

UNIVERSITY COURSE GUIDE

There has never been a more important time to consider studying a degree level qualification related to the environment, animal welfare and science or food & drink production.

With a track record of training degree students in these subjects for over 30 years, it’s clear employers need more new staff trained to these advanced levels than ever before.

Our exciting partnership with the University of Greenwich will further enhance these career opportunities for our graduates, equipping them with the skills needed for impactful, rewarding and sustainable careers in industries that make a difference, rurally, locally and internationally.

With our industry leading facilities and expert staff, now is the time to learn more about how we can help you take your career to another level.

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DEGREES VALIDATED BY

FdSc Animal Behaviour & Conservation

If you are looking to top-up your degree to help you on your career journey, this is the ideal course for you - especially if you are looking to work within an animal rescue centre, animal welfare organisation or zoological institution.

BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour & Welfare (Top-Up)

FdSc Equine Science & Coaching

BSc (Hons) Rural Land & Business Management

BSc (Hons) Sustainable Agriculture

This Top Up degree focuses on developing a critical understanding of key issues within animal behaviour and welfare science, providing the knowledge and skills required to progress into a range of management, consultancy and husbandry roles within the animal industry.

FdSc Sustainable Horticulture Management

FdSc Sustainable Land Management

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

FdSc Veterinary Nursing

BSc (Hons) Veterinary Physiotherapy

FdA Wine Business

MODULES INCLUDE

BA (Hons) International Wine Business

Animal Cognition & Neuroscience

FdSc Wine Production

Animal Welfare & the Law

Human & Animal Interactions

Graduates typically gain employment with local authorities, government agencies and regulatory bodies, animal rescue and rehoming centres, welfare organisations, zoological organisations and in the animal charities sector.

COURSE DETAILS

BSc (Hons) Viticulture & Oenology

BSc (Hons) Top Up

UCAS CODE: P315

MSc Viticulture & Oenology

Contemporary Advances in Animal Behaviour

Companion Animal Behaviour

FULL TIME: ONE YEAR

Student Support & Wellbeing

Counselling

Campus Accommodation

Facilities

Travel

Applying & Next Steps

PART TIME: TWO YEARS

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WHY STUDY WITH US?

£15m invested in campus development and resources e.g. agri-tech, One Garden Brighton & AgriFood Centre

HIGHLY SUPPORTIVE WELLBEING TEAMS TO HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT STUDENT SUPPORT & STATE OF THE ART FACILITIES

Designed to give you the best knowledge, skills and experience on your course.

SMALL CLASS & TUTOR SIZES

GUIDANCE CAREER EXPERT

Supporting your progression into employment or further study.

£2.2m funding received to develop STEM facilities for higher education and technical training in veterinary and animal sciences.

EXTENSIVE ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME

Providing opportunities to make friends, volunteer, keep fit and learn new skills.

FOR YOUR STUDIES, TUTORIALS & WORK HOLISTIC SUPPORT EXPERIENCE

UNION VIBRANT STUDENTS’

Ofsted

Rated ‘ Outstanding’ campus accommodation

PASSIONATE & EXPERIENCED

Many of who have worked in the industry. LECTURERS

800 hectares* campus

set in the South Downs

National Park

*equivalent to 1,500 football pitches

“An informative and fun course with the opportunity to access a fantastic animal unit and working farm to learn practical skills useful for your career aspirations. The staff support you every step across the two years, helping you achieve your full potential.”

ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR & CONSERVATION

FdSc

Kickstart your career working in the animal industry with this foundation degree, developing an applied understanding of animal behaviour, biology, health and welfare, animal husbandry and conservation. This degree will develop an applied understanding of animal behaviour, welfare and ethics, animal health, biology and species conservation, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to progress into a wide variety of career pathways within the animal industry.

MODULES INCLUDE

Animal Biology

Animal Health

Wildlife & Conservation

Behavioural Ecology

Animal Welfare and Ethics

Management of Animal Collections

Principles of Conservation

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates go into a range of careers in animal husbandry, welfare or education-focused roles within the animal industry, including working for key zoological institutions. Other key career pathways include animal health, behaviour, welfare or inspection roles working for local authorities, national agencies and animal charities. Alternatively, graduates progress onto the BSc (Hons) Top Up.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P300

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

PART TIME: FOUR YEARS

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BSc (Hons) Top Up

“The high quality of academic teaching in a vast variety of subject areas, the relations and genuine sense of care in my academic and pastoral wellbeing from staff has meant I have felt undoubted support to grow and thrive over my years here.”

ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE

If you are looking to top-up your degree to help you on your career journey, this is the ideal course for youespecially if you are looking to work within an animal rescue centre, animal welfare organisation or zoological institution.

This Top Up degree focuses on developing a critical understanding of key issues within animal behaviour and welfare science, providing the knowledge and skills required to progress into a range of management, consultancy and husbandry roles within the animal industry.

MODULES INCLUDE

Animal Cognition & Neuroscience

Animal Welfare & the Law

Human & Animal Interactions

Contemporary Advances in Animal Behaviour

Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates typically gain employment with local authorities, government agencies and regulatory bodies, animal rescue and rehoming centres, welfare organisations, zoological organisations and in the animal charities sector.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P301

FULL TIME: ONE YEAR

PART TIME: TWO YEARS

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EQUINE SCIENCE & COACHING

“My experience was much more accessible than expected as a mature student, with kind and helpful teachers and excellent support. The course is exciting, with many topics and brilliant trips! Practical skills are developed and taught to an industry standard. I feel valued, and the atmosphere of the college as a whole is positive.”

FdSc
2025
ENTRY

This course offers the ideal combination of equine science and practical skill development. Modules are particularly tailored for a career in coaching but equally applicable across a range of professions within the equine industry.

Our large equine unit has a well-equipped yard for up to 40 horses, two indoor schools, an outdoor school, a horse walker, and a cross-country course. While studying, you can choose to train for the British Horse Society (BHS) examinations.

MODULES INCLUDE

Equine Nutrition

Introduction to Coaching

Equine Behavioural Science

Practical Equine Management

Equitation

Ground Schooling & Remedial Exercise

Equine Functional Anatomy

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Our graduates are well placed for employment in the equine industry, including lecturing, self-employed instructor roles, equine management, retail, yard management, breeding and stud farm management, competition grooming, riding instruction, equine sports coaching, equine rehabilitation, therapy and management.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P400

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

PART TIME: FOUR YEARS

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ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE RURAL LAND & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BSc (Hons)

Designed specifically for those seeking to pursue a career as rural property and business advisors who wish to qualify with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.

You will develop a thorough knowledge and practical understanding of natural resource use and the industries key to the rural economy. You will build strong technical skills in valuation, law, finance, business appraisal, and building construction while developing practical consultancy skills in identifying and analysing problems on behalf of clients and delivering solutions to property and business challenges.

MODULES INCLUDE

Applied Valuation Building & Construction Management

National & Local Taxation

Property Agency & Marketing Planning & Development

Project Investment & Feasibility

Strategic Rural Asset Management

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: RBLM

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

ACCERLERATED COURSE FITS AROUND FULL OR PART TIME EMPLOYMENT

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BSc (Hons) 2025 ENTRY
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR & WELFARE SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

This degree is informed by the significant changes in the UK agricultural industry, post-Brexit, and the global challenges of climate change, food security and natural resource management. It will equip students with the critical skills and knowledge to develop and manage agrifood businesses in the UK and internationally.

You’ll learn about developing sustainable and regenerative agriculture theories and applying them to farm business management incorporating a practical focus on employability, communication, entrepreneurial problem-solving skills and management expertise.

MODULES INCLUDE

Agronomy & Cropping Systems

Sustainable Farming Communities

Farming for Food Security

Sustainable Soil management

Agricultural Business Planning

Advanced Global Livestock & Forage Systems

Ecology, Biodiversity & Natural Resources

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: AG25

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

ACCERLERATED COURSE

FITS AROUND FULL OR PART TIME EMPLOYMENT

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FdSc
SUSTAINABLE HORTICULTURE MANAGEMENT

Sustainable horticulture cultivates plants to improve human life and the natural environment. With increasing demand due to global developments and markets, it’s vital to supply horticulture goods and provide solutions for sustainable food while maintaining healthy and stimulating environments. The industry relies on highly skilled and educated individuals who can utilise innovative technology and sustainable practices to sustain the planet and population.

MODULES INCLUDE

Understanding Soils & Plants for Effective Management

Data Driven Decision Making

Technological Integration in Horticulture Growing Systems

Natural Resource Management

Horticultural Site Management

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates will be in high demand as managers of horticultural enterprises supporting companies to keep up with contemporary technologies and approaches. They can become consultants and researchers helping to drive the industry forward or entrepreneurs looking to set up their own business.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P800

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

PART TIME: FOUR YEARS

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FdSc
SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT

Sustainable land management is an across the board course that allows the student to examine and evaluate the full range of factors that contribute to modern day conservation and farming practices. Students will be immersed in a practical, theoretical and sustainable learning environment that enables nature recovery, supports food productions and fosters an enduring and positive approach to managing our land in the current day and for future generations across all industries.

MODULES INCLUDE

Sustainability of Aquatic Ecosystems

Climate Science for Global Futures

Understanding Soils and Plants for Effective Management

Species Monitoring for Sustainable Landscapes Living Links: Livestock and Communities

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates are well placed for employment in both the public and private landbased management sectors, teaching, academia, private practice, research including the postgraduate study of ecology, landscape scale management, species reintroduction and broadbased conservation.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P900

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

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VETERINARY NURSING

“Great course. Challenging at times but outweighed by being very enjoyable and rewarding. Good theory and practice placement balance.”

FdSc

If you are looking for a rewarding, progressive lifelong career within the veterinary industry, then veterinary nursing is an excellent choice!

With our purpose built veterinary nursing training suite, hands-on practical experience and up-to-date industry relevant modules, you will gain all the skills necessary to be a successful veterinary nurse.

MODULES INCLUDE

Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology

Animal Health & Husbandry

Medical & Critical Care

Nursing

Veterinary Diagnostics

Surgical & Theatre Nursing

Clinical Nursing Skills

Small Animal Nursing

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

We work closely with many veterinary practices within Sussex and the surrounding counties. You’ll be allocated a work placement practice in your first year – most students will stay with the same practice throughout their training. This is an opportunity for you to become fully integrated within a multidisciplinary team.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: D310

FULL TIME: THREE YEARS

(WITH SANDWICH PLACEMENT YEAR)

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“Plumpton College has provided a wellequipped professional environment for our studies. The support from staff has been invaluable, and they have helped pave a path towards a successful career.”

VETERINARY PHYSIOTHERAPY BSc (Hons)

Veterinary physiotherapists combine scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to provide treatment and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal conditions in animals, working to reduce pain, improve movement and restore normal muscle control and function.

Designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to practice as a veterinary physiotherapist, graduates meet Day One Competency requirements and are eligible for independent registration with professional bodies within the industry.

The programme is delivered remotely with attendance on campus for four weeks practical application.

MODULES INCLUDE

Musculoskeletal Anatomy

Cellular Anatomy & Physiology

Rehabilitation

Biomechanics

Clinical Competency

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates may seek employment in a specialist role within a wider veterinary practice but they are also equipped with the professional and business skills required to allow them to work as a self-employed veterinary physiotherapist.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: 242W

FULL TIME: THREE YEARS

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WINE BUSINESS

“Plumpton

College is an ideal learning environment, classes are varied and stimulating, and the student body is really diverse in age and background.”

FdA

Passionate about the wine industry? With the finest facilities and courses available in the UK, you’ll be able to gain all of the knowledge you’ll need to be successful in this highly competitive global industry.

If you want to work in the wine trade or start your own wine-related business, this programme is ideal. This course will offer a fascinating insight into the UK wine trade and develop a range of business skills and an in-depth understanding of the principal wines of the world.

MODULES INCLUDE

Grape Growing & Winemaking

Wine Marketing

UK Wine Business

Wine Sales and Social Responsibility

English Wine Tourism

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

You’ll have many opportunities to network directly in the wine industry throughout your course – opening up job opportunities for you after graduation. Many of our successful graduates have gone on to very rewarding careers: business development manager, global wine buyer, independent retailer or sommelier.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P500

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

PART TIME: FOUR YEARS

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“My advice to international students, as I have been one, is just go for it. It’s a great experience and is the only institution in the UK that will give you the knowledge, contacts and solid foundations about wine and wine industry.”

INTERNATIONAL WINE BUSINESS BA (Hons) 2025 ENTRY

If you are looking to gain a high-level career in the global drinks trade then this unique, academically rigorous and contemporary course is for you.

Over three years of study, you will develop a deep understanding of core business management skills, wine trade knowledge and an in-depth understanding and appreciation of the world’s most important wines.

MODULES INCLUDE

Operation of a Wine Business

Wine Marketing

Consumer Behaviour & Product Innovation

International Wine Trade

Global Wine Industry

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates have entered the industry with first jobs, including business development manager, independent wine retailer, logistics officer, brand ambassador, cellar door manager and junior wine buyer, both in the UK and abroad.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P510

FULL TIME: THREE YEARS

PART TIME: SIX YEARS

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“I had no practical winemaking experience before studying - but I have now secured a fulltime winery role in one of the country’s most prominent wineries, which was only possible with the knowledge, experience and confidence gained through studying at Plumpton College.

In addition, the ability to top up to the BSc provides a great deal of flexibility.”

FdSc
WINE PRODUCTION

Start your career in vines and wines in the heart of the South Downs. If you want to establish a new vineyard or a career in the wine production industry, either in the UK or internationally, then the wine production business course is for you.

You’ll focus on vine growing, with modules such as grapevine biology, vineyard establishment and maintenance, and practical vineyard skills. Gain valuable experience in tractor driving, trellis repairs, and winter pruning, including modules in chemistry, grape processing, and wine analysis.

MODULES INCLUDE

Vineyard Establishments

Wine Sensory Evaluation

Vineyard Practical Skills

Understanding Wine Styles

Fundamentals of Wine

Science

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Our graduates have been well placed for employment in wine production and the wine trade sectors as assistant vineyard managers, cellar masters, governmental agencies such as DEFRA and the Food Safety Agency and research. Graduates tend to top up their foundation degrees within three years of graduation.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P600

FULL TIME: TWO YEARS

PART TIME: FOUR YEARS

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BSc (Hons)

VITICULTURE & OENOLOGY

“The degree course has geared me up for genuine practical work and has expanded my skills and knowledge to work in vineyards and wineries, both here and abroad.”

Learn the science and master the art of grape growing and winemaking in the heart of the South Downs. Perfect if you want to establish a career in the wine production industry or a new vineyard.

This course has a strong practical focus, which blends relevant grape and wine science theory with hands-on work experience. Your classroom will include our 10 hectares of vineyards, and the college’s commercial winery, where you will develop your skills while helping produce our awardwinning still and sparkling wines!

MODULES INCLUDE

Vineyard Establishment

Fundamentals of Wine Science

Winery Engineering & Operations

Sparkling Wine Production

Wine Sales and Social Responsibility

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates are well placed for employment in wine production as winemakers, vineyard managers, and in the wine trade sectors. Other routes include teaching, academia, and consulting, working for governmental agencies such as DEFRA and the Food Safety Agency. Alternatively, it could be research, including the postgraduate study of wine production, wine tourism, and wine business.

COURSE DETAILS

UCAS CODE: P610

FULL TIME: THREE YEARS

PART TIME: SIX YEARS

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VITICULTURE & OENOLOGY

“Plumpton College offers the possibility for students who don’t necessarily have a degree related to viticulture, allowing us to bring different backgrounds and knowledge to the table.”

MSc

Do you have a sciencebased degree and looking to transition into the wine industry? In the first two weeks, you’ll attend a twoweek intensive vine growing and winemaking course. This challenging programme is designed to enable you to develop a deep and systematic understanding of wine science and related disciplines, with a view to applying this knowledge to make complex viticultural and oenological decisions.

MODULES INCLUDE

Grape & Wine Composition

Research Methods & Statistics

Climate Change & Sustainable Wine Production

Science & Application of Winemaking

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates work as vineyard managers, viticultural consultants, winemakers or winemaking consultants in the wine trade or wine production anywhere in the world where wine is produced or sold. Alternatively, you may continue your studies to achieve a PhD qualification in a related subject, pursuing a career in analysis and research.

COURSE DETAILS

APPLYING: Fill out an application form by contacting enquires@plumpton.ac.uk

FULL TIME: 18 MONTHS

PART TIME: 30 MONTHS

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STUDENT SUPPORT & WELLBEING

We understand there are occasions when you will need some support for those unexpected times. Your wellbeing is an essential part of the learning experience, and our location at the foot of the South Downs ensures you’re never too far from nature to take a breather.

STUDENT LEARNING

There’s a wealth of experienced staff at the college, from lecturers and tutors to a fantastic Careers Team, all here to work with you to help you achieve your goals.

YOUR HEALTH IS IMPORTANT TO US

Our Student Wellbeing Team provides advice and short or long term support on a wide range of topics, including; mental health & emotional wellbeing, online safety, bullying and healthy relationships, to name but a few.

GIVING BACK

We play an active role in our local community each year, getting involved in projects, from local shows to our Raising and Giving Day for our chosen charities.

INCLUSIVE LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT TEAM

Our team offers dedicated support for HE students. This can take the form of one-toone support, exam access arrangements. Students who have a learning disability are able to access support with making an application to the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) from the College’s Inclusive Learning and Development Department.

COUNSELLING IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE

We have an independent and confidential counselling service you can access if you need it.

ENRICHMENT

We want to give you a fantastic college experience by providing a varied social calendar of trips, visits, clubs and activities that are open and accessible to everyone.

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CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

We’re very proud of our residential accommodation. Our excellent facilities cater for up to 200 students in modern, comfortable rooms. Rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted across all areas, you’ll find them a fantastic place to stay.

Offering accommodation on a full board basis, you have all your needs met and can focus on achieving your best in everything you do while studying with us.

Over 18 year old and under 18 year old students are housed in separate accommodation. With a monthly payment plan, prices start at £5,600* per annum, and a deposit is required to secure your room.

BENEFITS

full board catering (breakfast, lunch, dinner & snacks - 7 days a week)

all utilities included, plus free Wi-Fi

full 24 hours staff support

daily cleaning & maintenance support access to all enrichment activities and events

transport to supermarkets and doctors surgeries

* correct at the time of going to print

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FACILITIES

LIBRARY

The library has over 10,000 books on land-based subjects, plus a range of magazines and journals, including electronic resources, all to facilitate students’ assignments and research projects.

IT RESOURCES

Our dedicated higher education IT room provides reliable access to a quiet study space and printing facilities. Staff are encouraged to empower students through digital tools in and outside the classroom. Students must also submit assignments online via Turnitin, allowing staff to provide accessible and detailed digital feedback.

STUDENTS’ UNION

For students, run by studentsensuring you are represented through focus groups, forums and regular meetings with the college staff team. Being a part of NUS, you can access the TOTUM card offering over 200 discounts in well known high street shops, travel, food and entertainment

STUDY & COMMON ROOM

Students can access study rooms for the sole use of those studying for a degree. The rooms are located in the Research & Development building, creating a quiet self-study environment for students. There is also a dedicated common room for students to relax and engage with other degree students.

AGRIFOOD CENTRE

A centre of excellence for training, education and skills development. Some classroom and lecture based learning will take place here.

FOOD & DRINK

Grab a range of hot meals, sandwiches, cakes and drinks from our dining room or head to the Potting Shed or Graze Cafe for lighter bites. We have a variety of eatery options to suit all dietary requirements.

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TRAVELLING TO COLLEGE

The main campus is nestled at the foot of the South Downs, on the border of East and West Sussex and is easily accessible by bike, bus, car or train.

Students travel to and from college via our extensive bus service. Tickets are priced very competitively, particularly if you purchase an annual ticket that can be paid monthly. You can apply for a bursary to assist with 25100% of travel costs.

BUS NETWORK

Route A - Peacehaven

Route B - Shoreham

Route C - Worthing

Route D - Redhill

Route E - Newick

Route F - East Grinstead

Route G1 - Baldslow via Battle

Route G2 - Bexhill & Hastings

Route H - Tunbridge Wells

Route I - Polegate

Route J - Eastbourne

Route K - Seaford

CAR

There’s plenty of free parking on campus available to all students, including dedicated Blue Badge parking.

BIKE OR MOTORCYCLE

There are designated parking areas for motorcycles and bike racks to secure your bike.

TRAIN

Take the train to the main local stations; Lewes, Hassocks, Plumpton and Wivelsfield, where you’ll need to connect with a local bus service or take a taxi.

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You will need to submit your application through the University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) - www.ucas.com/apply.

The institution code name for Plumpton College is PLUMN, and the code number is P59.

PART TIME & POSTGRADUATE COURSES

You can apply directly to the college, please contact enquiries@plumpton.ac.uk for further details.

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You can join us at one of our Open Events throughout the year; they are a fantastic opportunity to explore our campus and learn about our degree courses. Visit plumpton.ac.uk for a full list of upcoming events.

FUNDING

Student Finance England provides financial support for UK students entering higher and postgraduate education. Visit gov.uk/studentfinance for information.

WIDENING PARTICIPATION

Our courses are designed to be taught to people from all backgrounds. We believe that our degree courses are both challenging and enjoyable, enabling social mobility and providing improved work and life opportunities.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this course guide is correct at the time of publication but does not form any part of a contract between Plumpton College and the student. Plumpton College does not hold itself liable for any actions taken because of the information given in the course guide. Courses may be subject to occasional changes. Plumpton College maintains the right to close any class which is not viable. For the most up-to-date course information please visit our website.

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