At BNU there’s a high number of undergraduate courses that are employment-focused and skills-based, meaning you’ll be learning the kind of things that employers in industry are looking for when they employ graduates. The uni’s teaching staff comes from a wide range of backgrounds and many continue to work in their field, alongside their teaching at BNU.
The courses are spread across seven schools – the School of Art, Design and Performance, the School of Aviation and Security, the School of Business and Law, the School of Creative and Digital Industries, the School of Health and Social Care Professions, the School of Human and Social Sciences, and the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Most students study full-time but some courses can be done on a part-time basis. For example, you can study Counselling Psychology BSc or Sport and Exercise Science BSc part-time, over a longer time period than if you did them full-time.
Typically, full-time undergraduate degrees at BNU take three years to study, but a number of courses include placement years, study abroad options or an integrated master’s year. These courses usually take four or five years to complete.