Higher Education

Higher education can be the gateway to inspirational and interesting careers and progression, with graduates rewarded with income levels and advancement opportunities that can lead to higher job satisfaction and a stimulating career pathway.

The University Centres at DN Colleges Group offer a range of higher education options, delivered locally and in close collaboration with our university partners: the University of Hull, the University of Lincoln, the University of Huddersfield, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Cumbria.

With over 2,000 higher education students, we continually invest in our University Centres, extending our university presence for our communities with qualifications centred around the needs of our students.

Our higher education portfolio offers undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses.  As well as Bachelor’s degrees and foundation degrees, these include higher level and degree apprenticeships, initial teacher education and Higher National programmes (HNC & HND).  Courses are either validated by one of our university partners or awarded by Pearson, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

From business and management, education, engineering and technology to the arts and creative media, social sciences and sports, our courses are led by highly experienced staff, working closely with external partners and organisations to ensure high quality programmes and a rich student experience.

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Our higher education facilities provide excellent teaching and learning environments, and access to physical and online learning resources are enhanced through our library provision and resource centres.

Above all, we create and strengthen access to higher education for our communities and support our students on their journeys towards employment and progression that reaches beyond regional boundaries.

Our Students Rate Us Highly

We are extremely proud that our students are very satisfied and rate their experience with us highly.  In the WhatUni? Student Choice Awards 2019, we were ranked second across the UK for College-based higher education, thanks to votes from our students.

How to Apply

All applications for entry to full-time programmes must be through the national Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS).

When: as a general guide, applications can be made to UCAS  between September and mid-January. Check their website for specifics. We do consider applications throughout the year, although the earlier you submit means that you receive a decision and can start to plan accordingly.

How: apply online via UCAS – Apply

The UCAS code for the DN Colleges Group is N64.

The North Lindsey College Campus Code is N

The Doncaster College Campus Code is D

Key Policies

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Access and Participation Plan 2019/20

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Access and Participation Plan 2019/20

 

Access and Participation Plan 2020/21 to 24/25

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Access and Participation Plan 2020/21 to 24/25

 

DNCG HE Student transfer arrangements

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Adult Learning (Age 19+)

Our adult learning options include a variety of short or part time courses and qualifications.

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to gain experience in the working world while developing skills and achieving qualifications through hands on training.

International Students

DN Colleges Group welcomes international students from all over the world. These students are an important part of our student body and we make sure anyone joining us from overseas has the support to settle in quickly and to make the most of the opportunities we offer.

Enrolling on to a degree was one of the best decisions I made. The course has opened so many doors to future career prospects.


Alex Drury

The University has helped me enormously, I never thought I would have achieved and grown so much personally as I have in the last 3 years.


Jacqueline Brown