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Here at York College University Centre, we offer a range of degree and higher-level courses, offering a mixture of full and part-time programmes designed with your employability in mind.

We still have places available for September 2023, in a wide range of subjects. If you haven’t yet secured a place or if your plans have changed, take a look at your options with us.

Drop in to one of our late enrolment sessions for information, advice and guidance or to enrol: 4th September - 15th September, 9.00am - 3.30pm (weekdays).

What is Clearing?

From 5th July – 17th October, you can apply for a degree or higher-level course using Clearing. Clearing is how universities and colleges fill any places they still have on their courses.

You are eligible to apply via Clearing if:

  • You didn’t meet the conditions of your offers
  • You received offers but you’ve had a change of mind and don’t want to accept
  • You’ve paid the multiple-choice application fee to UCAS
  • You’ve declined your firm place
How do I apply for Clearing?
  • Click 'Add Clearing choice’ and fill in the course details by the date we will give you
  • This counts as you accepting the offer, so if we confirm, it will show as an acceptance on your 'Choices' page in your application

Further details and FAQ can be found on the UCAS website.

What do I do if I haven’t yet applied anywhere?

If you have not yet made any applications, you will need to register and make an application via UCAS for full-time courses. Alternatively, we have enrolment drop-in session at the College: 4th September - 15th September, 9.00am - 3.30pm

Need help applying?

Don’t forget, you can reach out to us if you need help with your application or transition to higher education. Get in touch via the live chat 'We are here!' on the website.

Top reasons to join us this September

Great Facilities

We have exclusive facilities for our degree and higher-level students, including designated areas for studying and socialising in our newly refurbished University Centre.

Flexible Learning

Our higher-level professional qualifications are designed to be flexible to study, with online blended learning integrated.

Academic Skills

We will provide academic skills coaching that can support the continuation and attainment of all students which can be easily accessed. We will run small group workshops and 1-1 support for all students to meet individual needs.

Bursary Scheme

We are committed to providing a bursary of £600 for all eligible higher education students.

Student Association & Student Union

The Higher Education Student Association & Student Union is run by students, for students, allowing them the chance to raise issues and have a voice. The group also run charity and social events throughout the year.

Employment Opportunities/Development

The applied nature of our programmes lead to excellent employment opportunities for our graduates.

University Centre

Complete with learning zones, group study areas, kitchen and a relaxation zone, providing an area for higher education students to socialise, relax and eat.

IOT Specialists

We’re part of Yorkshire and Humberside’s Institute of Technology (IoT), specialising in providing higher-level technical education and training.

Access to Tutors

Our class sizes mean students get more contact time with our expertly trained tutors and receive outstanding student support, in and outside of class.

HE Essentials

Our students have access to “HE Essentials”. This is a bespoke course designed to give students all the information and support they require when studying at York College University Centre. Students can access information and support materials on the following: academic writing, academic referencing, research skills, career advice, information on voluntary work experience, how to enhance their skills and develop personally through work experience, feedback from our student association, external examiner reports and links to policy/procedures and handbooks/programme specifications.

Industry Links

Our strategic engagement with employers, who actively contribute to curriculum development and vocational courses, enhances our students’ employability.

Studying and Working

We ensure that our students have a good study/life balance. We do this by ensuring that our courses have a flexible approach to delivery. This gives students the opportunity to maximise spare time for part-time work or other commitments alongside achieving their qualification.

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