What is CUC?
A partnership of four different universities and colleges, Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC), is working together to help and provide more students with the opportunity to study in the dreamy Cornwall region. It will provide many students and people to use higher level education for growing business and allow communities to thrive more. Because of the partnership, it is only logical that all local universities will get a whole lot better. All four universities working together will achieve greater impact on the communities, students and their minds than a single university alone.
Why CUC is the best thing that could happen?
Due to a variety of each single partner, each university and college brings something unique to CUC, and that can only offer more choices to the businesses and people of Cornwall. The biggest achievement of this great partnership so far has been £260 million pounds drawn from the UK Government and the European Commission to help and transform education at a higher level. Moreover, this could only be done and achieved by proper planning and partnership. The Steering Group is managing all the initiatives through various meetings per term.
Universities and colleges of CUC
On more than a dozen campuses across Cornwall, there are more than 8,500 students studying various programs from Art, English, Animal Behavior, Medicine, and Engineering to Mining. Various types of courses and degree levels are available there on CUC. They offer part-time and traditional full-time university level courses, distance learning, many interesting online courses, short courses, work-based, research and development and much more.
The four universities and colleges of CUC:
University of Exeter
Truro & Penwith College
In matters of tuition and fees, most universities and colleges charge an annual tuition fee of £6,000 and £9,000 for all the teaching costs. If you wish to apply, you can do it on SchoolApply.com, where you will find many different programs and ideal options for you.