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Course Areas

A levels at Boston College
Access to Higher Education at Boston College
Animal Studies at Boston College
Art and Design at Boston College
Automotive Technologies (Motor Vehicle)
Beauty Therapy at Boston College
Bricklaying at Boston College
Business at Boston College
Carpentry and Joinery at Boston College
Catering and Hospitality at Boston College
Digital Technologies at Boston College
Distance Learning at Boston College
Early Years and Schools at Boston College
Employment and Skills Training at Boston CollegeA
English and Maths at Boston College
Graphic Design at Boston College
Health and Social Care at Boston College
Employers at Boston College
Pathways 2 Progress at Boston College
Performing Arts and Boston College
Photography at Boston College
Sport, Fitness and Wellbeing at Boston College
Teaching at Boston College
Transport and Logistics at Boston College
Travel and Tourism at Boston College
University Level at Boston College

Important Information!


If you are interested in applying for more than one course, did you know you can apply for up to three courses per application? -  All you have to do is select the 'Add to shortlist' button on each individual course information page. These courses will then be added to your 'shortlist' - you can find your shortlist by clicking the 'star' icon at the top of the page.

Course Information, Fees and Entry Requirements - Please check individual course pages for the most up-to-date information, fees and entry requirements. If you are a school leaver you may be asked for a school reference - please see individual course details for specific requirements.

Your Course Place - Once you have submitted your application, you will then be invited to an 'Application Review'. Following your 'Application Review' you will then be sent a letter stating one of the following, an 'unconditional offer', a 'conditional offer' or the offer of a 'guidance session' to look at alternative courses. For more information, please visit the Application and Guidance page.

Attendance Matters – You will be expected to attend all sessions so you can make the best progress possible.

Study around your Commitments - Some courses involve just two to three days per week of College attendance, allowing you to fit your studies around your home life, part time job or children. Please see individual course details for up-to-date attendance information.

Course UniformsTo order uniforms for the following course areas, Animal Care, Bricklaying, Carpentry and Joinery, Electrical, Health and Social Care, Performing Arts, Plumbing, Pathways 2 Progress and Uniformed Public Services, please visit the Hazelwood Clothing CompanyTo order uniforms and kit for Engineering, Motorsport and Automotive Technology, please visit Cromwell IndustrialTo order uniforms and kit for Sport, please visit Kitlocker.

Need Some More Advice?


If you are unsure about which course is right for you, or which path to take, Boston College Careers Team is here to help. The Career Advisers offer FREE Career Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and are available before you come to college, whilst you are studying at college, and when you are ready to take the next step.

If you would like to make an appointment with one of the College's Careers Advisers, they are available by appointment at both our Boston and Spalding campuses, by calling the College's Information Line on 01205 313218.

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