Many of our programmes can be studied on a part-time basis. This will be day-time study of between four and six hours per week. It is possible to vary the amount of study you take on each year and, therefore, the time it takes to complete your degree will vary.
Many spread a three-year degree over six years. You may choose to study for a Certificate or Diploma of Higher Education if you do not wish to commit yourself to a full degree programme. If you have not studied for a while, we also allow you to take one or more modules as an associate student.
The University College operates an open access policy for its undergraduate part-time programmes. However, prospective students are advised to discuss their applications with the relevant Programme Director (see the 'Find Out More' webpage of your chosen course).
For more information, or to receive an application form by post, please call 020 8240 4138. Information about part-time finance can be found on the Part-Time Undergraduate / Foundation Students page in the Money Matters section.
“Being a mature student returning to further my education, whilst juggling work and family commitments is quite a challenge.
My course offers a flexible and achievable way to gain higher qualifications. I needn’t have been apprehensive.
I have settled in really well and coming on the course is the best decision I’ve made.”
Julie Saunders, Education in Context
If you need any additional information or advice at any stage before or during application, please contact us on +44(0)208 240 2314 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.