Walsall College is the perfect setting to prepare you for the current - and future - challenges of your career. Here are 6 great reasons to boost your career with one of our HI:ED courses:
Course fees at university cost anywhere up to £9,000 per year, whereas our HNC/D courses are typically £4,900* which represents great value for money!
Real world. Real careers. We know exactly what employers want - and we make sure you can give it to them from day one.
Why add travel, accommodation and a whole lot of hassle into the equation? With full degrees right here on your doorstep, studying locally has never looked so good. Getting here couldn't be simpler.
Choose small classes. personalised tuition and genuinely welcoming atmosphere. Whatever your career goals, we're here to help you reach for them.
Don't take our word for it. That's how OFSTED - as well as our students - rate Walsall College's world-class campuses, fantastic facilities and exceptional learning environment.
The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education courses in the UK has stated that 'the enhancement of student learning opportunities is commended'.
This is a report of a Higher Education Review conducted by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) at Walsall College:
QAA HE Review of Walsall College (December 2014)
QAA HE Review Action Plan (May 2015)
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If you would like more information on studying a Higher Education course you may find The Steps to Postgraduate Study website useful.
*course fees may vary subject to course type
The Office for Fair Access is the independent regulator of fair access to higher education in England.An access agreement sets out a university or college’s fee limits and the access measures it intends to put in place e.g. outreach work and financial support.
The Access Agreement between Walsall College and the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) covers all full time Home & EU students admitted in the academic year 18/19. The College’s Mission and Strategic Plan outlines a clear commitment to widening and increasing participation in Higher Education, regardless of any potential barriers associated with previous experience, background or any other factors.