STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE
2024 APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
WHY THE UNIVERSITY CENTRE?
At the University Centre, we take pride in our community and encourage the success of everyone who is part of our team, from students and staff to our extensive network of partners and employers.
Access to University courses are one-year Level 3 courses designed to prepare students for study at University.
We offer Higher Education qualifications at a range of levels, supporting the needs of every student throughout their educational journey.
HOW TO APPLY
Navigate to one of the course areas and select the area you would like to study.
Find the course you are interested in and click the “Apply” button at the bottom of the page.
Your application can be found in “My Applications”.
Where are they now?
Former BA (Hons) Musical Theatre Student currently training in the Urdang Academy
Having auditioned for multiple drama schools in his second year at Pendleton Sixth Form College, Ryan was successful gaining places at institutions like Bird, however felt it wasn’t for him. Ryan wanted more training before moving on, so made the decision to stay at Pendleton and complete the HNC in Musical Theatre through the University Centre. The course itself really helped Ryan mature and refine his skills, preparing him for his next steps and helping him realise what he wanted for his career. Ryan believed that the staff were all so supportive and pushed him to his limits in the best way possible. Ryan is now in training at Urdang Academy and says he couldn’t have achieved this without all the help and support from the University Centre staff.
Where are they now?
Former FdA Business Management Justa is now studying BSc in Business Management at the University of Salford
Justa has grown both personally and academically during her three years at the University Centre and in particular, her final year. She has embraced learning in a second language and put 100% effort into all her studies. Justa excelled in her research and application of theory, and this has shown in her excellent final year grades. She has always been there to support her peers and formed a very close network within the group and the University Centre. She became a student ambassador, promoting the course to potential applicants and supporting at College events, all this alongside the additional pressures of her final year. Justa also took part in extra professional development in a placement in her final year, where she gained additional marketing experience.
Salford City College Apprentice, Christopher Ademola, Awarded the AoC Apprentice of the Year Award
Salford City College Group Commended by the AoC Beacon Awards
Salford City College Group – Celebrating Student Success