Wakefield College is a Higher and Further Education College in West Yorkshire. They have been providing education and training since 1868 and are the largest college in the area. Wakefield College has a student population of more than 8000 and they work with local employers, schools, and learning providers to transform learning and ensure achievement and progression for all its students. They were rated a good college by Ofsted and have two campuses – one in Wakefield and the other in Castleford. Wakefield College provides a vast range of programs including courses for school leavers (16–18-year-olds), university-level programs, apprenticeships, courses for adult learners, and other various vocational programs.
Types of Programs They Run
Wakefield College has a plethora of programs to choose from at different levels. These include apprenticeships, university-level courses, programs for school leavers, courses for adult learners, part-time courses, and other various vocational programs. They cover a diverse range of topics including animal management, business, game design, media production, photography, creative industries, computing, early years education, young children’s learning and development, engineering, health and wellbeing, music, performing arts, acting, criminology, law, public service, fitness, sport, performance, education and training, and more. Some of these programs can also be completed on a part-time basis.
For most courses at Wakefield College, you can apply directly on the website. To do this, visit the website and navigate to the webpage of your chosen course. Then, scroll down to click the apply button. This will redirect you to an online application form for you to fill out. Once you have filled out this form in its entirety and submitted it, the admissions team will review it and contact you with their decision in the weeks following. If you want to study a university-level program, you will need to apply on the UCAS website. When filling in your application, remember to include the correct institution and course codes, these can be found on the Wakefield College website. Once you have sent your application, the admissions team will review it and revert back to you.
Wakefield College does not have its own student accommodation or halls of residence. However, the college may be able to advise you on suitable student housing options nearby. In addition, you will see a plethora of options from a quick Google search.
Scholarships and Financial Support
Wakefield College has a number of bursaries and finance options available to help students financially. Some of these include the Care Leaver’s Bursary, the Care Giver’s Bursary, the Achievement Scholarships, the Student Hardship Support Fund, the Advanced Learner Loans, and more. For further details including the entry criteria and how to apply, visit the Wakefield College website.
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