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There is still time to apply for higher education programs at SERC – FE News


There is still time to apply to South East Regional College (SERC) for higher level programs (age 18+) starting in September 2022.

Heather McKee, director of strategic planning, quality and support, said: “Applying directly to SERC is complementary to any UCAS application, giving 18-year-olds more opportunities to unlock their future and gain a higher level qualification – a degree, foundation degree, HND, HNC and higher level apprenticeships. SERC offers a diverse range of subjects, close to home and with a lower annual fee. Most of our higher education programs are linked to local universities, and our Bachelor of Business Management degree is awarded by Liverpool John Moores University.’

SERC students from Liverpool John Moores BA Honors Business Studies (now BA Honors Business Management) who have recently graduated from the South East Regional College program in Bangor, Co Down. Back row: SERC lecturers Claire Hutton and Susie Donnelly with students Lee Dubois (Ballynahinch), Andrew Linter (Newtownards), Calvin Johnston (Castlewellan) and Stuart Rankin, SERC Head of Higher Education. Front row: Luke McMullen (Newtownards), Christina Kerr (Lisburn), Leah Hamilton (Bangor), Hannah Magee (Lisburn) and Aaron Bailey (Newtownards).

She added: “Our employability-focused program and commitment to project-based learning makes sense when it comes to the next step into higher education. We encourage prospective students to view our digital Higher Education Prospectus for 2022-2023, which links to course information and provides an overview of the online application process, to see how we can help you achieve your goals through a course in SERC”.

For students awaiting their A-Level results, SERC will be holding a Higher Education Access Day at our Bangor, Downpatrick, on Thursday 18 August from 9am to 5pm. Lisburn and Newtownards campuses

Visit www.serc.ac.uk to unlock your future #BetterOffAtSERC.

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