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It's still not too late to start a degree in 2023

There's no time like the present

We're now enrolling to all our degree programmes until 29 October so even if you've missed the start date for the course you want to join, you can still enrol and catch up on anything you've missed in the first term.

Email us today with your contact details and one of our admissions team will be in touch. Alternatively, you can apply online.

Say which course you're interested in and remember to include your contact details. We'll phone you back to arrange a telephone appointment with one of the course tutors who will take things from there.

Alternatively, if you want to speed things up, call us on our Fast Track Enrolment Line on 01253 504343 and we'll get the ball rolling straightaway. We're open Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm and Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm.

What are your options?

Initially you can opt to do a one or two year degree-level qualification and make a decision to carry on once you've completed your first programme of study. 

To whet your appetite, here's a list of our most popular courses:

Business Management - Foundation Degree

Adult Health and Social Care - Certificate of Higher Education
Adult Health and Social Care - Foundation Degree

Criminology and Criminal Justice - Certificate of Higher Education
Criminology and Criminal Justice - Foundation Degree

Children, Young People and Families - Certificate of Higher Education
Children, Young People and Families - Foundation Degree

Computer Science and Digital Technologies - Certificate of Higher Education
Computer Science and Digital Technologies - Foundation Degree

Teaching and Learning Support - Foundation Degree

Network Engineering (Cyber Security) - Foundation Degree

Software Engineering (Game Development) - Foundation Degree

Mental Health and Resilience - Foundation Degree

Engineering (General Engineering) - HNC

Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) - HNC

Manufacturing Engineering - HNC

If nothing there grabs your attention, here's a full list of all our degree-level programmes.

It's still not too late to get your finances sorted

Whilst we firmly believe studying for a degree is a sound investment, we appreciate you might be worried about the money side of things. The good news is that there is plenty of financial support available.

You don't need to repay your student loan until you start earning £25k or more and then is only 9% of the amount above that threshold. There's even some funding that you don't have to pay back no matter how much you earn in the future so studying at B&FC is probably a lot more affordable that you think. You'll also find that many of our students manage to combine work and study as timetables tend to be flexible with attendance from just one day a week.

You can read all about the support options available our HE Financial Support Page.

Upskill or reskill to a better future

Our degree courses are: - Career-focused - Taught by industry experts - Co-created with employers - Timetabled to fit around you - Matched to the local skills gap - Designed to give you workplace confidence - Awarded by Lancaster University - Supported by state-of-the-art facilities

Graduates earning more...

  • Luke Hollowell

    "My salary has more or less doubled. I’ve gone from earning £17K to over £34K since graduating!”

  • Grace Mcloughlin

    "I got a bonus from my employer for getting a first class honours degree and a £7K uplift in my salary!”

  • David Waring

    "I started on £21K and will be earning around £35K on my grad scheme. That goes up to over £40K once I finish!”