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Yeovil College University Centre

Yeovil | South West England

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Ucas code: Y25

The University Centre Yeovil is a partnership between Bournemouth University, the University of the West of England, the University of Gloucestershire, Swansea Metropolitan University and Yeovil College. We offer a wide range of full and part-time courses many of which can be studied to Foundation degree or Honours degree level. We're located on Preston Road in the heart of Yeovil, set back from this busy thoroughfare and surrounded by trees, shrubs and ample parking.
Source:Yeovil College University Centre website
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