For some courses, you will need to start studying at level 1 or 2 in order to get all the background knowledge and skills you need to progress, for example in the construction trades. For other courses, as long as you have achieved a certain level of qualification, e.g. GCSEs at grade C, you can go on to higher qualifications such as a level 3 diploma.
If your goal is to go to university, then you will need a certain number of UCAS points to apply. These points can be gained on most level 3 qualifications, such as diplomas or A-levels. However, if you want to study at university level but would prefer not to study at a university itself, then Chichester College offers courses which are equivalent to the first two years of a university degree, for example level 5 HNDs or foundation degrees.
Student life at University is so much more than your bedroom. For most of you, student accommodation will be your first time living independently, and all universities will strive to offer you a welcoming environment so that your new room instantly feels like home. Universities offer a fantastic choice of living, all which provides a safe, secure and sociable start to your university experience. Find out more about this university's accommodation on the link below.Find out more
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University Address: Westgate Fields, Chichester PO19 1SB