Foundation degrees at BGU are designed for people who want to gain a qualification relevant to their career working with children and young people, both in an educational or a social care setting, without them having to leave work.
Undergraduate courses at Bishop Grosseteste University are normally three years long and designed to give you a thorough knowledge of the subject area. Find out what courses we have available.
Postgraduate Teaching Courses
We have a wide range of postgraduate qualifications available to help you further your career progression.
Masters qualifications give you the opportunity to study your chosen subject in greater depth.
Progress from a Foundation degree to a BA Honours degree with our progression routes in Professional Studies and Primary Teaching (with QTS).
Studying for a Doctoral level qualification is one of the most exciting, stimulating and challenging things you can do. Find out more about studying for your Doctoral at Bishop Grosseteste University.
Short Courses at BGU offers you the opportunity to pick up new skills and increase your knowledge in a variety of topics.
Routes Into & Through Teaching
Find out more about our suite of courses that provide continuous support through initial training and early career development to posts of leadership and management.
Becoming a teacher reseacher gives you the opportunity to contiune to grow and develop yourself personally and professionally. You will be able to seek out improvements in practises which benefit not only your own areas but those within and beyond your own setting.
BG welcomes students from all backgrounds and we take pride in our friendly campus, welcoming students and on hand staff who can offer advice and support in order to make the transition from another country that little bit easier.
How To Apply
Our admissions pages will help explain everything you need to submit an application to study here at BGU; from what forms you will need to the outline of your interview day and what happens when you are made an offer.
One of the best ways to find out about our university is to come here and experience it for yourself. We hold a number of open days and events throughout the year where you can visit, have a tour, ask questions and really explore the campus and surrounding areas.