Higher education, for everyone
Retrain, gain new skills for your current job or take on a new challenge at CU Scarborough, where it's never too late to achieve your goals.
We have been assisting people of all ages on the Yorkshire coast into their dream careers since we started teaching here in 2015.
The degree will show to my future employer that I’m self-motivated and that I can meet deadlines. I am doing a degree to get the skills of employment, not just for the knowledge of a particular field.Shaun Hughes, Public Health & Community Studies, 2nd Year, 2021
Education designed to help you progress in your career
- Get a qualification at the end of each academic year
- Life-friendly timetables to fit around your other commitments
- Employability support from our Talent Team
- Practical courses with a real-world focus
- Opportunities for placements, skills workshops and networking
- All degrees awarded by Coventry University
Your route into education
If you lack formal qualifications, we offer supportive academic paths.
All courses are eligible for student loans, and potentially maintenance loans or further support.
Studying made simple
Learn one topic at a time, starting at the right level for you.
Fit your studies around your life
When Disa became a mum, her career plans changed. She decided to become a Play Therapist, helping children cope with trauma.
7 reasons to study at CU Scarborough
See our campus in full flow with students benefiting from our small class sizes and supportive learning environment.
Whatever your circumstances, we can help
Our aim at CU is to make higher education accessible for as many people as possible. You shouldn’t have to put your life or career on hold in order to study. Here are the many ways we make higher education easier for adult learners to start.
I hadn’t been in education since I was 16, back when it was all pen and paper. I took an Access course, learnt how to use Word, how to reference things and more. I was hesitant about it being full of young people, but there’s a massive age range at CUS. I fit in!Michelle Gibson, Applied Psychology 2nd Year, CU Scarborough, 2021
Degree with foundation year courses
A degree with foundation year gives you a direct, accessible route to your desired higher education path. It's a four-year undergraduate course that includes an additional year of study at the start. This foundation year is designed to give you the necessary knowledge and skills to progress onto degree-level study. Find a course for you.