The University of Bolton keeps class sizes small to ensure all students get the support and attention they need in class. Many of their courses are professionally accredited, and they offer students learning in modern, industry-standard facilities.
Many undergraduate courses can be studied on a part-time basis at Bolton, and most of these courses will take four and a half years to complete. A normal undergraduate degree will typically take three years to complete. Some courses have the opportunity to complete a foundation year prior to starting the main degree program, to allow students who might not meet the typical offer criteria to access Higher Education. These degrees typically take four years. You can also extend your degree by adding a year of industrial placement, or a year abroad. These options are dependent on the course you’re studying.
The university also offers some other types of courses, including foundation degrees and degree apprenticeships. Foundation degrees are two-year courses, equivalent to the first two years of study of a bachelors degree, and you’ll be able to take a year-long top-up course after completing it to get a bachelors. Degree apprenticeships offer workplace-based experience alongside classroom learning and lead to a bachelors qualification.