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Return to study with Access to Higher Education courses

Access to Higher Education courses are specifically designed for students aged 19 and over, who wish to return to study a programme that will enable them to move onto a degree.  Recognised by Universities across the country as an excellent route into their courses, we have a few places available for this year, meaning you could be at University in 2017!  In order to enrol you must have your GCSE grades A*-C in maths and English.

We have a few places available for:

GCSE and equivalent level courses with places for this September

If you’ve just got your GCSEs (or are looking to study at Level 1 or 2), City College Norwich can get you on the right pathway to success.  If your goal is to study at University or succeed in securing a brilliant career, our Level 1 and 2 programmes can provide the pathway to move you towards your goals.  We have really supportive staff, excellent facilities and courses that will enable you to grow your skills, knowledge and confidence.

A Level and equivalent courses with places for this September

Each year 1000’s of students study A Levels and other A Level equivalent Level 3 qualifications at City College Norwich.  These 2-year pathways prepare students for University, Apprenticeships and/or work, with hundreds of students every year progressing successfully to Higher Education.  If you want a different experience to that of staying at school, use industry standard equipment, receive support from great teachers and prepare yourself for an exciting future career, we’ve still got a few places for you in September. 

VIDEO: Alfie Hewett's FE Award for Exceptional Individual Performance

Among City College Norwich’s 2016 FE Award winners was double-Paralympic medallist Alfie Hewett.  Whilst Alfie was in action in Rio in the final of the men’s wheelchair doubles competition, he was being honoured back in Norwich for his achievements over the last year as a City College Norwich student. 

In addition to his on-court successes, which included a first Wimbledon title (with doubles partner Gordon Reid), Alfie impressively gained top marks of a triple Distinction for his Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sports and Exercise Science.

FE Awards: List of winners

Congratulations to all of our 2016 FE Award winners whose achievements were celebrated at the Assembly House on Thursday 15th September.

Outstanding Achievement at A Level
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Zazie Tuson

Outstanding Achievement at AS Level
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Jared Carpenter

FE Awards celebrate outstanding students from the class of 2016

City College Norwich toasted the achievements of its outstanding further education students from 2015-16 with its Further Education (FE) Awards at the Assembly House, Norwich, on Thursday 15th September.

This is the 12th year in which the College has held a dedicated FE Awards ceremony in its current form, and this year’s awards have added significance because 2016 marks the College’s 125th anniversary.

City College Norwich students hear from man who was wrongly sentenced to death

A Level students at City College Norwich were left moved and inspired following a talk given by Nick Yarris, who was sentenced to death by electric chair at the age of 20 for a crime he did not commit.

American-born Mr Yarris shared his harrowing experiences with the students and described what life was like on death row. He described how he was convicted and how he educated himself from his maximum security prison cell and explained how learning about the discovery of modern DNA testing ultimately played a pivotal role in his eventual acquittal and in turning his life around.

Devour's success helps students earn as well as learn

Devour, a catering company which employs students from City College Norwich, achieved further growth over the last year – with demand for wedding and event catering helping it pass the milestone of having provided a total of 5,500 hours of paid student work.

This has been great news for the 57 City College Norwich students currently on Devour’s books - they not only gain invaluable experience of work to supplement their learning at college, but a much-valued way to earn some extra cash. 

Alfie’s quest to win a medal at Rio 2016 Paralympics

Today sees the start of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and Alfie Hewett, who completed the Level 3 Sport and Exercise Diploma with City College Norwich this summer, is targeting Paralympic medal success to add to his Wimbledon triumph earlier this year. 

Alfie will be representing Team GB in both the singles and doubles wheelchair tennis events at the Games.

Alfie, who is 18, will be attending the opening ceremony today and will be making his first appearance on court in Rio on Friday 9th September.

Student Crew - Now recruiting!

Are you a current City College Norwich student who is interested in getting paid and gaining great work experience alongside your studies?

City College Norwich is now recruiting for enthusiastic, motivated, energetic and skilled students to join our Student Crew.  If you are a current CCN student and you are interested in earning some extra cash by working at college on Open Days and in other roles then come along to the StartUp Lounge of the Blakeney Building at one of the following times.

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