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New College of the Humanities

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Ucas code: N53

NCH offers a unique liberal arts-inspired undergraduate curriculum taught to small classes and through the one-to-one tutorials combined with exceptional professional development provisions. At NCH, you choose a combined honours degree comprising a subject and a complementary subject alongside it. All undergraduates at NCH combine their degree studies with the College's unique diploma, which is designed to give you the insights that will enable you to lead a rewarding and fulfilling life. NCH also offers four rigorous postgraduate degrees at master's level, created and taught by our pioneering faculty. Each programme is designed to challenge, stimulate and inspire and encourages the development of advanced skills in critical questioning, information gathering, synthesis and analysis and oral and written communication.

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Student satisfaction score 89% HIGH

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