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Support is always available from the college’s Student Services team – even before you start and right until the end of your journey.  Our highly experienced staff have your best interests at heart and will support you with progression onto further study, will help identify routes into employment, explore postgraduate study with you and give you the skills needed to secure places on highly sought-after graduate programmes.

They are also on hand to provide assistance with the application and enrolment process, accommodation queries, financial support, transport and specialist one-to-one guidance.

Someone will always be on hand to help when it’s needed.

Health and Welfare

The welfare of our students is a priority for us. We have numerous health-related activities throughout the year, including wellbeing days and flu vaccinations to help make sure you are healthy and happy.

Belief Support

The college has its own Chaplain based on campus, who is on hand to support students from a range of cultures and with different beliefs.

Additional Learner Support

The college has an extensive student support team who will help, advise and support students throughout their time at the college. The team provides a range of support to make the learning experience as inclusive and as effective as possible.

Mental Health

We understand the importance of mental health and how some students may need more support than others. This could be at any time of the year and for any number of reasons. We have experts in this area who will make sure you get all the support you need, whenever and however you need it. We are always here to help and will make sure any issues are addressed sensitively.

 

Bishop Burton College
York Road
Bishop Burton, East Yorkshire HU17 8QG

If you would like to talk to us about anything before you start, please use the details of the key person who you may need to speak to.

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