Study for a degree part-time
Almost all of our HE level courses can be
studied part-time. And there are lots of different reasons why you
might choose to do so.
To work while you study and spread the cost
Financial commitments may mean that you need to maintain an
income whilst studying. As a part-time student you are
also still eligible to apply for a loan.
Because you have a family
You love being a parent, or you may care for another family
member; studying part-time means that you can do both.
To enhance your skills
If you work in the field which you are studying, your
course may help you to fill a skills gap and earn a promotion.
This can be win-win for you and your employer.
Learning can be an end in itself if you have a passion for a
To study at your own pace
You can study part-time over various numbers of years.
How does it work?
We'll work around you. You could study at a
particular time of day, for less time than a full-time student
would. Or you could work during the day and then study in the
What does it cost?
Your annual part-time course fee varies depending on how many
years you take to study your course.
For example - FdA Business and Management takes two years
to study full-time. If you study part-time then your fees will be
spread across each year as below:
over two years - £6,750 per year
over four years - £3,375 per year
our part-time fees document
how to apply
You don't need to apply through UCAS to study part-time but
email firstname.lastname@example.org with
your details, the course that you would like to study and a brief
summary of your experience and /or
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Why we love our part-time students
Part-time students tend to be very focussed as they
have other demands on their time as well as study,
and they also bring a wealth of real life experience to
We can't promise that it will be
simple (you may also learn the art of juggling) but we can promise
that it will be worth it! And we'll support you every step of