Higher Education

You don't need to go to university to go further

University level courses

Studying a university level course at City College Southampton can provide you with an alternative of studying at a university with lower costs and smaller class sizes. They can help you to make a career change or perhaps progress in your current career.

You will benefit from:

  • Industry experienced tutors
  • Small class sizes
  • Cheaper fees than university
  • Qualifications valued highly by employers
  • Flexible study – College attendance only 1 or 2 days a week
  • Modern campus with real-life working environments
  • Advanced industry-standard equipment
  • Excellent student support
  • Close partnerships with regional universities for topping-up to a full degree

Our Higher Education courses are career focused giving you excellent practical skills and relevant industry knowledge to enable you to move seamlessly into work or further high level studies.

Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for financial assistance to support you during your course at College, whether you are studying full or part-time.

Apply now!

Click on your chosen course above for further information and to apply online.

Alternatively call us on 023 8048 4848 or email enquiries@southampton-city.ac.uk 

Quality, Access and Participation

Higher Education courses at City College Southampton meet the standards of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA)

QAA  QAA latest review report on City College

Access and Participation Statement
City College Southampton is committed to widening participation in higher education amongst all under-represented groups. Our mission is to provide excellent career focused learning which prepares our students to succeed at work and in life.

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Student Protection Plan
City College Southampton is committed to ensuring that students achieve the best academic outcomes from their studies. Events may occasionally occur which mean that unforeseen changes have to be made to units, modules and courses.

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