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Chesterfield College

Chesterfield | East Midlands England

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Ucas code: C56

Chesterfield College offer a variety of courses which include foundation degrees, HNC/HNDs/HNs, professional courses, full honours degrees and more. We deliver higher education and courses, validated by local Universities, to over 500 students in more than 20 subjects across a variety of sectors and subjects. Through our partnerships with the University of Derby, Sheffield Hallam University and Pearson, you can be sure that the qualification you receive is accredited by a nationally-recognised university or professional awarding body. We also work in partnership with many different employers and industry experts to keep our courses relevant and up-to-date, so that when you leave us you’ll be equipped with the skills and knowledge to help you stand out from the crowd in a competitive job market.
Source:Chesterfield College website

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