What can I study at Canterbury College?
If you are in school, one of our Further Education courses will prepare you for university. If you've finished school, you could do one of our Higher Education (university-level) courses. If you've finished school but are not quite ready for Higher Education (university-level) study, or if you have been out of education for some time, our International Foundation Programme can help you get there.
Our Further Education courses, which cost £5,000 a year, will prepare you for university. You will have the option of studying:
- Diplomas - more specialised and practical. You study 1 subject in more detail (while doing English and maths on the side).
These are advanced qualifications that can go up to degree-level and cost £8,000 a year. We run a range of Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) in partnership with the University of Kent, and some of these can be topped-up to a degree.
International Foundation Study Skills Programme
A one-year programme, costing £5,000 a year, to help you get into a Higher Education or university level course. It is for students aged 19 (and over) who are not from the UK. At the end of the International Foundation Study Skills Programme, you will get a Level 3 qualification which recognised by most UK universities. You can study Art & Design, Business & Humanities, Combined Science, Humanities, Nursing & Healthcare, or Social Sciences.
Apply for a course
To apply, you must fill out an online application form. We will contact you when the application has been received, and if any more information is required you will be contacted by a somebody from our International Team.
Where proof of a passport, qualifications and other documents are required, send scans to requirements and your passport to firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly stating your name and the course you have applied for.
You must apply by July 1st in order to begin studying with us in the September of the same year. However, you should make every effort to apply as early as possible.