The Bedford College Group is comprised of unique facilities across Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire providing students with high-quality learning experiences. These include Bedford College, Shuttleworth College, the National College for Motorsport, the Bedford Sixth Form, the Tresham College, and the Learning Centres. Bedford College has around 15,000 full-time higher education, part-time students, and apprentices currently on their programs. Their locations in Kempston and Bedford include their campus on Cauldwell Street. At this campus, you can learn hairdressing, beauty, automotive technology, plumbing, and much more. The campus has cutting-edge facilities such as its advanced engineering centre, the brooks hair and beauty salon, the Connolly centre for modern construction, the library, the live lounge, the restaurant and coffee shop, the arts centre, the sports centre, and much more.
Types of Programs They Run
Bedford College has a range of programs to choose from across numerous different topics. Their courses cater to school leavers, adult learners, and those looking for apprenticeships or short courses/training. Some of the areas their courses explore include business, management, childcare, art, animal science, equine management, fish management, hair and beauty, media, music, outdoor adventure, performing arts, fitness, and more. Their programs allow for part-time, full-time, and distance learning.
To apply for full-time undergraduate courses at Bedford College, visit the UCAS website. When you visit the website, you will be able to make an online application. Once you have begun filling in your details, remember to include the correct institution and course code, these can be found on the Bedford College website. Once you have sent off your application, the admissions team will review it and revert back to you. For part-time and short courses, you can make your application directly on the Bedford College website. Simply visit the webpage of your chosen course and click the apply button. You will then be redirected to an online application form to submit. The admissions team will review this once you have submitted it and contact you in the weeks following.
Bedford College does not have its own designated student housing so students must find their own accommodation nearby. There are lots of websites that advertise student housing in close proximity to the college and a number of room types are available.
Scholarships and Financial Support
Bedford College provides numerous means-tested financial support options to assist students in paying their tuition fees. Some of these include the Adult Support Fund, 16-19 Bursary, the Advanced Learner Loans Bursary, the Meals Bursary, the Travel Bursary, and more. For further information, including details on how to apply and all the entry requirements, visit the Bedford College website.
For general enquiries, call 0345 658 8990