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Could you start a degree course now?

12:12 03 January 2014

UCS lecture

UCS lecture


Special information evening at the Waterfront

You could start a degree course now

Whether you don’t want to wait until September, missed out on the last intake, or would prefer to restart your studies closer to home, University Campus Suffolk (UCS) can help you get 2014 off to the best possible start with a degree course starting in January or February.

There are a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available at UCS on both a full-time and part-time basis across a range of areas, including arts, business, health, nursing and science.

A special open evening is planned for Wednesday January 8, from 5 – 7 pm in Cult, the café bar in the UCS James Hehir Building on Ipswich Waterfront.

You can go along and meet academic staff to find out more about the courses on offer, as well as the opportunity to learn more about student finance, accommodation and support available.

Visit www.ucs.ac.uk/intheknow to find out more, or call the UCS Infozone on 01473 338833.


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