From education to employment

Your A levels can take you higher at South Eastern Regional College

There is no need to wait for “clearing” as you can apply to @S_ERC directly.

SERC has places for Higher Education in a range of subjects, offering career-oriented courses with strong links to local employers. Areas include Computing, Health and Social Care, Business, Manufacturing and Engineering, Performing Arts and many more.

Ken Webb, Principal and Chief Executive of SERC said, 

“We want to reassure anxious students that we have places available which will enable them to progress this academic year.

“We offer competitive fees, smaller classes and the opportunity to study close to home here in Northern Ireland.  These advantages are enjoyed by the one in five Higher Education students taking the path towards academic and career success at a local FE college.

Our local campuses are located close to transport links and students can apply for Maintenance Grants as well as enjoy the full benefits of SERC’s Students’ Union including the NUS student discount card. Applicants don’t need to go through the clearing system – you can apply today, directly to SERC.”

HE courses at SERC include Degrees, Foundation Degrees, HNC, HND And Higher-Level Apprenticeships. 

Apply online here and you’ll be contacted to discuss your chosen course and how you will be #BetterOffAtSERC 

Heather McKee, Director of Strategic Planning, Quality and Support said,

“We look forward to welcoming students to the College in September but in line with Government advice, the enrolment process will be a little different this year.

She added, “Any post A Level student wishing to enrol on a higher education course at SERC, including Degree, Foundation Degree, HND, HNC or Higher-Level Apprenticeship, must apply online at All applicants will receive an enrolment appointment which they need to accept in advance and then attend their chosen campus on the date and time allocated. A parent or guardian may attend but we ask that this is limited to one person.”

Heather concluded, “It is not too late to apply for higher education courses commencing September and I encourage anyone wishing to study close to home to visit our website and apply now. We also have a series of Higher Education webinars available on our website which gives potential students an insight to each programme from the lecturing team involved.”   

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