Our Higher Education courses are delivered in partnership with the University of West London (UWL) subject to validation.
They provide an opportunity for learners to develop the appropriate vocational and academic skills and specialist knowledge to achieve a higher level qualification in their chosen subject.
They are tailored to meet the needs of employers and potentially lead to employment, career progression and further study.
What does Higher Education mean?
Higher Education refers to courses at level 4 and above that sit within the Frameworks for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ). These include Higher National Certificates (HNCs -- level 4), Higher National Diplomas (HNDs -- level 5) and Foundation Degrees (level 4 year 1 and level 5 year 2) and are equivalent to the first 2 years of a full Honours degree. HNCs, HNDs and foundation degrees combine vocational and academic study that can be 'topped up' with an additional year of study at level 6 to obtain a full Honours degree.
Our Higher Education courses are more affordable than you might think. If you are a UK student planning to study a full-time or part-time higher education course offered through the University of West London , you may be eligible for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of your course.
If you study full-time you may also be eligible to receive a maintenance loan and a grant to assist you with living costs.
You will only have to pay back your tuition fee loan once you are earning a minimum of £27,295. A student loan facility is available for HE courses. Further information can be found on the Gov website.
The University of West London is ranked 34th (out of 121) in the 2021 Guardian University Guide.
For information relating to enrolment, please contact us
QAA - the mark of quality HE: The Quality Assurance Agency for
Higher Education (QAA) has awarded the College the highest possible judgement
Our HE courses are more affordable than you think. Our HE courses are considerably less than what you were studying the same qualification at a university campus and you can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover your fees.
You must be over 19 to study a HE course.
See what our students have to say..
" There are lots of things I'll miss about this place, from my wonderful classmates to my fantastic teachers and tutor to the enrichment offers to the bursary to basically everything else, and I'll always have very fond memories of this place that'll brighten my day no matter what happens next in my life. Thank you… Stanmore College for all that you have done, and I'll certainly miss you."
Head of HE
BA (Hons) Working in integrated services for children and young people
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