Blackpool and the Fylde College
- Blackpool and the Fylde College is a further and higher education college in Lancashire.
- It offers a variety of full- and part-time degree courses awarded by Lancaster University, the University of Salford and Liverpool John Moores University.
- Entry requirements are specific to each course and are dependent on UCAS tariff points.
- To apply for university courses, applicants will need an appropriate level 3 qualification (HND/HNC) or A levels.
- Most applications go through UCAS although some foundation degree applications should be made directly to the college.
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- Class sizes are small and students have individual learning support from tutors who all have industry experience.
- A variety of full- and part-time degree courses are offered, awarded by Lancaster University, the University of Salford and Liverpool John Moores University.
- Degrees are career focussed and developed alongside employers to deliver industrial skills.
Mode of study:
- Full time (61)
- A range of courses are offered from HNC/Ds and foundation degrees, through to ordinary, honours and postgraduate degree programmes.
- Courses are offered in the following areas: Academic Studies; Automotive Studies; Computing; Construction; Creative Arts and Digital Industries; Engineering; Hospitality and Tourism; Maritime Operations; Professional Studies; Science and Technology; Society, Health and Childhood; Sports and Public Services.
Student Services and Facilities
- Fully operational construction workshops, motor-vehicle workshops, hair and beauty salons, a kitchen and restaurant, a travel agency, a theatre complex and a business centre.
- The £10-million University Centre, opened in 2009 and dedicated to university education, is in the centre of Blackpool and has a gallery, courtyard, theatre, café and refectory.
- A huge range of support is available and an assessor will identify what help is right for you. Services include on-to-one support, in-class note-takers, communicator support workers, study mentors, assistance for mobility needs, access arrangements for examinations, computer equipment and software, ergonomic equipment and recording/organisational devices.
- Telephone 01253 504479, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact by post to Technical Assessment and Support Centre (TASC), University Centre, Blackpool and the Fylde College, Bennett Avenue, Blackpool, FY1 4EE.
- The Students’ Union is affiliated with the NUS and works in partnership with the college.
- The SU represents students on a range of issues, including equality and diversity, education and social activities, clubs and societies.
- Specialist careers staff are available to help you make informed career decisions, improve your employability and prepare for the recruitment process.
- Over 16,500 students.
- 49.5% female and 50.5% male.
- 4.1% international students.
- 55.7% of students are 21 or over.
- A nautical college for fishermen was founded in Fleetwood in 1892. In 1987 it merged with the Blackpool and the Fylde College to become the current Blackpool and the Fylde College.
- Today the college has 49 buildings located across the Fylde coast with major campuses at Bispham, Ansdell, Fleetwood and in central Blackpool.
- Sarah Myerscough (artist and sculptor).
- Jodie Prenger (actress and singer).
- John Simm (actor).
- Craig Parkinson (actor).
- Kate Ford (actress).
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