Affordable fees and high quality teaching. Our full and part-time courses fees are lower than most universities.
We received the highest rating for its management of both standards and quality from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
85% of our students were in employment or in further study 6 months after graduating (Source DLHE 2012)
There are many factors to consider when choosing a higher education course. As well as inspirational teaching, you also expect the right kind of facilities, excellent support, a good record of student success and value for money. Wakefield College offers all these and more.
At Wakefield College you'll benefit from our supportive environment. We're not under pressure to recruit lots of students, so you won't be lost in a large group. Neither are we under pressure to decrease the amount of tuition you receive.
You will have regular contact with your tutors and with smaller group sizes we can really get to know you better and respond to your needs.
Whether you want to study a university course either full-time or part-time, you are entitled to some form of financial support.
At Wakefield College we believe that pricing people out of higher education would devalue our institution by not allowing such a diverse range of students to continue their education.
87% of our HE students said they are satisfied with the quality of their course, the highest level since the annual National Student Survey (NSS) was introduced.
Wakefield College has something for everyone - our aim is to get you started at the right level and on the best route for you.
The table opposite shows examples of the qualifications gained at each level, course entry requirements normally require you to hold a qualification at the level below the qualification you are applying for.
We do look at everyone individually and you may have different skills, interests, experiences or qualifications to offer. We will ensure that we will advise you on the best route for you.
Our Jargon Buster is here to help make sense of some of the initials and tricky terms you may encounter while reading through this website.
If there’s anything else you don’t understand, please don’t hesitate to ask us when you enquire for more details or come in for an interview.