NCC Education are delighted to announce their new progression route agreement with the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), UK.
Those students who have completed the NCC Education Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education (L3IFDHES) or Pre-Master’s in Business with at least 60% can now apply for various undergraduate and master’s courses at the Business School of UCA. *
University for the Creative Arts has recently been ranked the top creative specialist across the major league tables in the UK, including The Guardian University Guide, Complete University Guide and the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide.
The university has also been named ‘Modern University of the Year’ by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide in 2019 for the ground-breaking work through its Business School for the Creative Industries, cultivating professional leadership in the creative fields.
UCA endeavors to keep an accommodating and culturally vibrant environment across its four campuses, with over 6,000 students from 93 countries.
With its excellence in teaching and student outcomes, the university was awarded Gold under the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF).
UCA prides itself on high student satisfaction and graduate employability. 96.9% of graduates find employment or further study within six months of graduating.
The university is known to be the home to many successful creative professionals, including the creators of ‘Where’s Wally?’ and ‘Peppa Pig’ as well as crew members of Hollywood movies.
Partnerships Manager Dermot Finnigan at NCC Education says: “I’m glad to be part of this exciting agreement with such an impressive institution.
“Now NCC Education graduates will have the opportunity to study at the ‘Modern University of the Year’ and among some of the best talents in the world.”
*Successful applicants must meet the minimum language requirement and any other requirements set by the university.
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