CU London offers a range of degree programmes in a variety of vocational subject areas.
A full-time degree programme takes three years to complete; each academic year is broken down into separate qualifications, meaning if your situation changes at any point after your first year of study and you cannot complete the course, you’ll still leave with a qualification. Year one of the programme is a HNC, year two a HND and the third year is a full degree.
Our courses run in six-week blocks and we offer up to six of these each calendar year. Normally you will study four blocks per year.
You can expect up to 20 hours of learning activities per week. The majority of this will be face-to-face teaching, with the addition of individual and group tutorials and independent/online learning.
Groups are kept at under 50 students per class. This way, students can take advantage of small numbers to increase contact time with lecturers. Lecturers and Course Leaders also offer an open-door policy, so students can gain extra support whenever it is needed.
Studying on a full-time basis requires you to study four blocks per year. Students will only study one module per block over the course of six weeks. Unlike traditional institutions, there are no end of year exams. Instead, learning is assessed through coursework and phase tests.
Start a course between September 2020 and June 2021.
Following the COVID-19 updates, we have had to close our April and June intakes to students starting a course with us. Our next intake for new students will be in September. Returning students will not be affected at the moment, but will be taught via other methods.
At CU London we offer multiple intakes throughout the academic year making higher education more accessible and therefore a more viable option. Courses can be started at the beginning of any block. We typically offer intakes during:
How to apply
If you’re interested in a full-time course, your application must be submitted via the UCAS website. Once you’ve registered you can start the application process. You'll need the following:
- Institution code - C85
- Campus code - 7
- Course code - these can be found on the relevant courses pages
For further details on how to apply, please visit our how to apply page.