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Great Yarmouth College
http://www.gyc.ac.uk/

College Profile

The Great Yarmouth College is located in Great Yarmouth in the county of Norfolk. The college has many courses in several subjects on offer. It offers further and higher education for students aged above 16 years. There are full-time as well as part-time courses. Vocational programmes are also available.

Students can choose from several subjects at Great Yarmouth College and each subject has different levels of study, which can go up to four levels. The first level is the introduction or Foundation level. The fourth level is the Higher education or Degree level. There is an Intermediate level in between which includes GCSE as well as certificate courses in various subjects.

The subjects available at Great Yarmouth College include Business Administration, Engineering, Languages, Performing Arts and Media, Social Sciences and Health Care. Some courses have different modes of study such as the Health Care course. Students can opt for the full-time or part-time courses, as well as the Futures courses or the Higher Education courses. The Futures courses are short courses for adults who wish to study to gain more knowledge for their current jobs or just because they want to.

The college has many facilities on offer for its students. There is a big Community Learning Resource Room, which houses a library with a study area that has 60 computers and laptops with internet access. It also has a coffee shop and a seminar room.


Campus Address(es)

Great Yarmouth College
Suffolk Road, NR31 0ED, Great Yarmouth
Norfolk, East Region
Tel: 01493 655 261, Fax: 01493 653 423

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