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Have you made a New Year’s resolution to gain some new skills, get a promotion or change career? If you currently work in social care or with children and families, you should consider a Foundation Degree as a way of achieving your goal. You can balance studying for a Foundation Degree with work and family life and get funding to help you.

The Scarborough Campus is a smaller, more intimate experience where you get more contact time with lecturers than you would in a typical larger institution.

Foundation Degrees are Higher Education qualifications that combine academic study with workplace learning. They have been designed jointly by universities, colleges and employers, and are available in a range of subjects.

Foundation Degrees are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills that employers are looking for. They can offer a route into Higher Education for a wide range of students from many different backgrounds.

Take a look at what our current students say about their course and you will see how much they are gaining from their degree programme. Then if you feel this is something you would like to do, join us for our upcoming information evening... You will be able to talk to staff, students and advisers and find out about what life would be like doing a Foundation Degree.


Make 2015 the year you make it happen

Come along on Tuesday 27th January 2015 between 4pm and 7pm


Call or email to reserve your place;
T:01723 357321

University of Hull Scarborough Campus, Filey Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3AZ


University of Hull Scarborough Campus website

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Adam Lodge – 1st year student studying ‘Working with young people in a learning environment’



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Diana Barker – Careers Advisor


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Rebecca Langton – 1st year student studying ‘Working with children, young people and families’


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Richard Adams – Outreach Officer


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Samantha Rolison – 1st year student studying ‘Working with young people in a learning environmnet’