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Holy Cross Sixth Form College and University Centre

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Ucas code: H51

A successful University Centre where students can take honours degrees and a wide range of other higher education qualifications. We are delighted to have been awarded the highest grading – Confidence – from the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA). The rating gives us national recognition for the very high quality of provision here, with a remarkable percentage of our students gaining first class and 2.1 degrees. All our courses take place here at Holy Cross in the evenings, during the week, giving students the unique advantage of combine studying for a degree with work or family commitments. Whatever your reasons, there is great flexibility in our courses, excellent Support Tutors, flexible entry requirements and most importantly, the cost is usually much less. It is never too late to fulfil your potential to achieve your goals.

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Student satisfaction score 89% HIGH

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