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 University Level

Why University Level?
There are many benefits to studying a University level course including:
> Increased career prospects
> Potential to lead to higher earnings
> Improved job opportunities
Most of our University level courses can be studied over just 2 days a week for 1 year or 1 day a week for 2 years at College, so you can fit your studies around your home life. The majority of our University level course fees are also significantly lower than those charged by universities.
Find out more information on our University level courses available at Boston College in our Higher Education Course Guide​.  
Our University Level Courses!
Boston College offer the following Higher Education courses:




Boston College also delivers the following three courses which are awarded by Bishop Grosseteste University

​Access and Participation Statement


The College's University level provision was reviewed by the Quality Assurance Agency in 2014 which found that it met UK standards in all respects. The reviewers noted many areas of good practice, including the high quality of teaching and learning and the approachability of staff.





The Government are now offering tuition fee loans.

This means...
> No upfront fees
> No repayments until you are earning more than £21,000 per year*

Don't worry if you're not sure how to pay for uni – there's a range of support available. Check out the video from Student Finance England for great advice.

*Providing eligibility criteria are met - contact Student Finance England on 0845 300 50 90 for more details.
There is an array of financial support for students studying University Level.

> Maintenance Loans
> Disabled Students' Allowance
> Adult Dependants' Grant
> Parents' Learning Allowance
> Childcare Grant

You can find out more information by speaking to our Learner Services Team on 01205 313218.
Boston College can offer comfortable, affordable accommodation for you to relax and study in, where you'll have the independence and opportunity to mix with other students.

There are 3 options for students that require accommodation which include on-campus Halls of Residence, Half-Board Home Stay and Private Home Accommodation.

To find out more click here.

Department news

New Principal for Boston College

Following the retirement of Principal Amanda Mosek, Boston College has announced the appointment of Jo Maher, new Principal and Chief Executive, who joins the team from Reaseheath College in Cheshire where she was Assistant Principal.