University Campus Suffolk (UCS) opened in 2007 and is among
one of the newest higher education institutions in the UK. With its modern approach to higher education, UCS has a network of
centres in Lowestoft, Bury St Edmunds and Great Yarmouth. If you choose to study for a Higher Education course with UCS Lowestoft, your lectures will take place at the St Peter's Street campus in Lowestoft.
Many courses are available on a part-time basis, which makes it easier to fit studying around other commitments such as work
and family life. People choose UCS Lowestoft for a range of reasons, but they all have one thing in common; the majority of our graduates have found that the qualifications and knowledge they have gained have helped them to improve their job prospects; helping them in current roles, to progress within existing careers, or securing new jobs.
Foundation and Honours degrees offered at UCS Lowestoft:
If you are interested in joining a UCS Lowestoft course 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 UCS Lowestoft, the courses available and progression opportunities, visit www.ucs.ac.uk or contact Karen on email@example.com or 01502 525050.
UCS Lowestoft Graduation
If you successfully complete a course at UCS Lowestoft, you will be invited to attend our graduation ceremony which is held in St Margaret's Church in October.
In 2015, the ceremony was officially opened by Dean of Academic Affairs at UCS Professor Penny Cavenagh and an Honorary Fellowship was presented to Reece Ritchie, an actor from Lowestoft who has enjoyed Hollywood success. Lawrie Groom from the BA (Hons) Inclusive Practice and Integrated Working course was named as the HE Student of the Year. Click on our video to find out more about the day.
UCS Lowestoft Open Event
To find out more about UCS Lowestoft and the courses we offer why not visit our next open event on Monday 27 June from 1pm to 6.30pm. Our open events are an excellent way to find out more about all aspects of studying for a degree with UCS Lowestoft. You will be able to talk to staff about the courses and student finance, as well as get a real feel for what it's like to study at UCS Lowestoft by talking to current and former students. And if you’re worried that 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 firstname.lastname@example.org