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Frequently asked questions

Why go to University Centre Reaseheath?

You'll be shocked by the number of clubs and societies on offer at University Centre Reaseheath. There's something for everyone! As well as being able to pick different clubs and societies, most courses let you choose modules at different points through your degree.

As well as personalising your course through optional modules, you may have the chance to do a work placement during your studies. Developing your professional skills through work placements is a great way to add to your CV and boost your employability.

What can you do with a degree from University Centre Reaseheath?

If you want a job you love (and who doesn't?), getting a job in a field you're passionate about is a great place to start. By studying a subject you really enjoy, you'll be qualified for a range of jobs relating to that subject, which you'll hopefully love.

For those who aren't ready to give up on education after an undergraduate degree, you'll have the opportunity to progress to postgraduate study such as a master's or even a PhD.

What accommodation does University Centre Reaseheath offer?

University Centre Reaseheath's accommodation is designed to be as straightforward and stress-free as possible. All your bills are included in your rent, you'll have free WiFi and your rent also includes security and maintenance.

You'll have access to communal areas like kitchen and dining facilities, where you can socialise with other students you're living with. Disabled students will find several rooms adapted in accessible halls to suit a range of access requirements.