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Learn About The Different Course Types

Course Types

Discover a wide range of course types at Peterborough College, each designed to meet the needs of various types of learners.

School Leavers

For school leavers, Peterborough College presents a range of dynamic course types tailored to kick-start your journey towards success.

Our diploma programs offer practical, hands-on learning across various subjects, empowering you to build real-world skills.

If you’re seeking a blend of classroom knowledge and industry experience, T Levels are the perfect fit, providing substantial work placements alongside comprehensive studies.

For those who prefer to dive right into the workforce, our apprenticeship courses allow you to earn while you learn, gaining invaluable practical insights.

Or if you are interested in joining the RAF our Air and Defence College provides employer-led, career focused education and technical training.

Adult Learning

For adult learners, Peterborough College opens doors to a world of possibilities. Whether you’re aiming to further your education or enhance your career, we offer a diverse selection of opportunities.

Access to Higher Education (HE) courses paves the way to university-level study, while our higher education courses provide specialised expertise in various fields.

If professional development is your goal, our professional courses are designed to bolster your skills and knowledge.

For those with busy schedules, our distance learning courses offer flexibility without compromising quality.

At Peterborough College, we’re committed to catering to your aspirations, no matter where you are on your journey.

Learning Support

Peterborough College offers a variety of specialised courses tailored to diverse needs. The Inclusive Learning courses are designed to equip students with work opportunities and life skills both inside and outside of college.

The Learner Engagement programme caters to young people who have faced challenges in mainstream education, offering an alternative educational pathway.

The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) department focuses on preparing students for a range of settings, enhancing their English language proficiency for both social and professional use. Additionally, in line with government policy, the college emphasises improving literacy and numeracy, aiming to enable students to achieve a GCSE grade 4/C or higher in maths and English.

How to Apply

Ready to take the next step? Follow our step-by-step guide to easily apply and begin your journey with us.

Need support with making an application? Contact our information, advice and guidance team.

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