We've put some top tips together below, to help you understand your options and choose the right course for you.
Do your research
It's important to find out what all of your options are and what you want from a course. Do you need a part-time course, the option to study in the evening or even distance learning?
Find the right course
Are you pursuing your passion? Progressing in your career? Or are you changing careers completely? Find out which courses are available and work out which level is right for you. The level you need to study will depend on your existing qualifications and experience, plus they have different costs and funding options. Our Levels Explained guide can offer you some insight.
What support is available?
It's always good to know what help and support is available to you, wherever you choose to apply.
Talk to us about what financial support could be available to you. You may be eligible for help with course fees, childcare and travel.
We also have an award-winning support team who can help you with your studies, as well as your mental health and wellbeing.
Take a look around!
If you're unsure about your decision, why not arrange a visit and take a look around campus? You can visit us, take a look around, get advice and speak to tutors at one of our regular Open Events. Find out how to sign up here.
While you're here, you can check out the facilities and see how easy it is to reach us, whether you're walking, driving or using public transport.