What is Higher Education?
Higher Education (HE) means university level courses, generally at Level 4 and above and can give you the chance to study a subject you are interested in and boost your career prospects and earning potential.
You may just want to study a subject which really interests you or to broaden your knowledge in a certain area. However, studying a higher education qualification can also help you develop skills and qualities valued by employers such as problem-solving and communication skills.
Your choice of career may be a key reason in deciding to go into higher education as some careers such as dentistry, chartered engineering, medicine and architecture require you to have a degree. Other professions, like law or speech therapy, require you to have an additional postgraduate qualification on top of your degree before you can practice.
Higher Education (HE) with Bridgend College
Bridgend College has a range of HE courses from Level 4 to Level 6 including HNC, HND, Foundation Degree and Undergraduate Degrees. You can study on a full-time or part-time basis across a variety of career areas.
We are a collaborative partner of the University of South Wales and work in partnership with Cardiff Metropolitan University. We also offer a number of Pearson courses.
Why study HE with us?
In the recent National Student Survey (NSS) of higher education students in universities and colleges in the UK, Bridgend College was:
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You can study a university level qualification which will help change your life and kick-start your dream career.
If you are employed and want to study a course which is relevant to your job, you could study a qualification at university level completely free with Higher Apprenticeships.
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