Welcome to the University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College.
The University was officially formed on 1 August 2016 and Lowestoft College is one of four partner colleges in East Anglia which, together with the main campus in Ipswich, make up the University of Suffolk.
Many courses offered through the University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College are available on a part-time basis, which makes it easier to fit studying around other commitments such as work and family life. Our courses will help you to boost your skills, qualifications and knowledge. Have a look at the courses below to find out how you can make your first step with the University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College.
Foundation and Honours degrees offered at the University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College:
If you are interested in joining one of our courses but are worried about the costs, our HE Adviser can provide information about fees, costs and any financial help or loans which may be available. To find out more about studying at the University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College, the courses available and progression opportunities, visit www.uos.ac.uk or contact Karen on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01502 525050.
If you successfully complete a course with us, you will be invited to attend our graduation ceremony which is held in St Margaret's Church in October.
In 2016, the ceremony was officially opened by Professor Simon Hallsworth, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Arts, Business and Applied Social Science at the University of Suffolk. The Award of Honorary Degree of Doctor of the University was presented to Michael Foreman, who grew up in Lowestoft and has enjoyed an illustrious career as an illustrator and author.
Tracey Melton, a graduate from the BA (Hons) in Inclusive Practice and Integrated Working programme was presented with the HE Student of the Year Award in recognition of the progress she has made since returning to college as a mature student.
The University of Suffolk at Lowestoft College is open throughout the year for information, advice and guidance. To find out more about studying with us and the courses we offer, why not visit one of our open events - our next one is on Monday 7th November from 5.15 to 8.15pm. The evening is an excellent way to find out more about all aspects of studying for a degree including student finance and you'll get a real feel for what it's like to study with us. And, if you’re worried you don’t have the right qualifications, there will also be advice about Access courses offered at Lowestoft College to help your prepare for studying for a degree.
For more information about open events ring 0800 854695 or email email@example.com
or click on the link to our events page