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University continues to grow
7th May 2014

An increasing demand for flexible Higher Education (HE) qualifications has resulted in the University Centre at Central Sussex College expanding its offering of part-time HE options delivered at its Crawley campus.

HE qualifications on offer include Higher National Diplomas and Certificates, Foundation Degrees, teacher training, vocational specialist courses and a range of professional programmes.

With ever increasing tuition fees and concerns over levels of graduate debt, many employers and school leavers are looking for an alternative to the traditional full-time degree route. Central Sussex College has responded by increasing the courses offered in a number of areas including Early Years and Construction, in addition to established courses in a variety of other areas such as Engineering, Hospitality and Creative Media.

New part-time courses now recruiting for September 2014 include:
• Top-up BA in Early Years (subject to approval)
• HNC in Sustainable Building
• CIOB in Site Management
• Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Level 5 Certificate

• CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Management Level 5

The University Centre at Central Sussex College offers students a flexible approach to Higher Education, combining innovative courses, an excellent staff to student ratio, experienced staff and the option to study at a pace which suits the individual and fits around their personal and professional responsibilities.

To find out more about university level and professional courses, call a Skills Adviser on 0845 155 0043 (press 4) or visit www.centralsussex.ac.uk/universitycentre

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