At B&FC, you can choose from around 60 degree courses, all designed with employment in mind to maximise your career potential. Our main awarding partner is Lancaster University, ranked in the UK’s top 10 institutions1. So, by studying at our University Centre in Blackpool, you get to graduate with a top university degree.

We have a wide variety of courses at all levels - Levels Explained

Higher Education

We award places based as much on life skills and experience as we do on formal qualifications. As a result, we have a diverse student community made up of college leavers as well as mature students looking to advance or change their career. 

With the B&FC Advantage, you gain access to degrees awarded by Lancaster University (a UK top 10 university1), small study groups and lots of individual support.

Our programmes are co-created with employers and delivered by expert tutors in industry-standard facilities, providing you with the skills and knowledge needed to secure lifelong career opportunities.

We offer competitive tuition fees and value-for-money facilities in a town that benefits from low living costs and an abundance of part-time work. And with our bursary and scholarship scheme2 you could get up to £500 towards the cost of study.

Why not find out more at one of our open days and meet the experts events? Our team of College & School Liaison advisors can also offer help and advice – look out for them at upcoming UCAS events and higher education fairs across the region. 

1 The Complete University Guide's 2017 university league table
2 Eligibility applies

Architecture and Advanced Construction
Construction and the Built Environment - HNC (Edexcel) CT1HE100
Building and Construction
Civil Engineering - HNC (Edexcel) CT1HE108
FDAP
The University of Salford
Apprenticeships
European Structural and Investment Funds
Council for Independent Education
European Social Fund
Lancaster University
Matrix
Ofsted
Disabled Confident
QAA
The Queen’s Anniversary for FE and HE
STEM

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