There is still time to apply to study at University Centre Bishop Burton this September.
Clearing is now open.
We have a range of flexible learning options still available on a number of our programmes. You can choose a full 3-year Bachelor's degree programme, or you can complete your degree in shorter, 1 year and 2 year-long programmes, allowing you to take part-time employment and / or continue with hobbies.
We have places available in a range of subjects:
- Animal Management
- Art, Design and Fashion
- Environmental Studies and Conservation
- Health and Social Care
- Teacher Training
- Travel and Tourism
You can use our course finder to help filter your choices. All of our degree programmes will state if applications are closed for September 2020 in the course overview.
If you wish to study a full-time undergraduate programme (inc. foundation degrees, bachelor's degrees and HNCs), you can do so through UCAS.
You are eligible to apply through clearing using the UCAS site until 20th October 2020 if:
- You don’t hold an offer
- You didn’t meet the conditions of any offers you accepted
- You declined / withdrew from a ‘firm’ place that you had previously accepted by clicking the ‘decline my place’ button in Track
Before applying, please give us call on 01964 553000 to discuss availability on your chosen course. We'll need your UCAS ID (not your clearing number) and will advise on the course code you should use.
We carefully consider and evaluate every part of your application – your qualifications, personal statement, reference and relevant experience – to make sure that you have chosen the right course and that you are a good match for University Centre Bishop Burton.
Please see our admissions policy for details about how we assess applications.
At University Centre Bishop Burton, we are able to provide a range of flexible part-time programmes to fit around your life and situation. If you would like to study a part-time programme, you can do so directly with us by completing an application form.
Our onsite accommodation is a great option if you want to experience the full university lifestyle. All of our university centre halls of residence are en-suite and the essentials – bed, wardrobe, drawers and desk, and of course – wifi. There is also ample free parking on campus.
On campus there is access to laundry facilities, as well as the university centre licensed bar. There are also numerous eating establishments, as well as a wide range of evening and weekend activities to join in with. Our friendly team of wardens are always on hand to make sure you have a truly wonderful experience.
As an added bonus, the university centre accommodation package includes full access to the Bishop Burton Gym.
When it comes to choosing your room, you have two options – half board or self-catered.
The half board option includes £1,000 food card which can be used at any of the food outlets on campus. Within half board halls, students have access to shared kitchen facilities which include a fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave.
Alternatively, you can choose the self-catering route. In self-catered halls, students have access to a full kitchen including oven, hob, microwave, kettle, a large shared fridge and lockable cupboards. Students must provide their own crockery and cooking utensils if they wish to use these facilities. No food card is provided.
For the 2020 / 21 academic year, half board rooms will cost £5,733, which includes £1,000 food card. Self-catering rooms will cost £5,012.
We still have a limited number of rooms available from September 2020.
Please note – accommodation should only be applied for once you have been offered and have accepted a place at the University Centre Bishop Burton.