Hollie UCSH WebUniversity Centre St Helens, based in the heart of St Helens Town Centre, are now accepting applications for September 2019 to coincide with the unveiling of the brand new, full-time undergraduate prospectus for the academic year.

University Centre St Helens students benefit from a small but expanding provision that provides a real sense of community, whilst reaping the benefits of studying in a concentrated teaching and learning experience.

Joining University Centre St Helens provides access to smaller class sizes, significantly lower tuition fees and unrivalled access to some of the very best lecturers, all of whom make the difference to student success and satisfaction. This success and satisfaction was demonstrated in the recent National Student Survey (NSS) results, where current students placed University Centre St Helens 4% above the national average for overall student satisfaction.

As a University Centre, all of the degree courses are validated by some of the Northwest’s leading Universities, providing for the ultimate student experience, with students not only benefiting from access to a range of facilities on campus in St Helens, but also having access to a variety of services and facilities at the validating partner institution.

Most degree courses also offer a Study Enhancement Gift, a degree related gift, trip or voucher that supports students to succeed in their chosen subject. In addition, all degree courses offer a range of guest lectures, from industry experts. An enhancement to the learning experience.

The 2019 prospectus, distributed to every Sixth Form and College in the Northwest is also available online with copies available for order.

The launch marks the start of the 2019 campaign, with former Broughton Hall and current BA (Hons) Business Administration and Management student, Hollie, fronting the campaign. Hollie has spent the last two years at University Centre St Helens, studying on the HND Business (Management) before progressing onto the BA (Hons) Business Administration and Management degree. Hollie said:

“I really enjoyed my HND Business (Management) qualification. It covered all aspects of Business, from marketing to finance and I was able to develop a wide range of skills, from working as a team to developing my presentation skills. The balance between theory sessions, practical sessions and in-class discussions was perfect and the smaller class sizes helped me to develop my confidence. I have now enrolled on the BA (Hons) Business Administration and Management (top up), allowing me to spend an extra year at University Centre St Helens, leaving with a full honours degree.”

Prospective students, keen to follow in Hollie’s footsteps, are encouraged to attend the first Open Day of the academic year on 21st November 2018. Affording the opportunity to find out more about the degrees available, including new degrees for 2019 in Logistics and Health and Social Care, meet the lecturing teams and view the facilities, the event will take place at the Town Centre Campus, WA10 1PP, between 5.00pm and 7.00pm. Free parking will be available on the evening.

View a copy of our prospectus, or request a postal copy