If you’re thinking about studying at The University of Central Lancashire, you can study at Preston, the small city with the big personality or at our Burnley Campus in the heart of Pennine Lancashire. Need any help? Visit our How to Apply pages for more details on the application process and top tips on writing your Personal Statement, or you can also book on to one of our campus tours, to visit the campus and chat to students or staff.
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Discover what our UCLan faculties and schools can offer you.
If you like what you’ve seen, why not visit us on one of our open days, and get a real feel for our friendly and welcoming campus.
Preston, Lancashire – a compact city centre campus, with shops, bars and restaurants on your doorstep and a host of amazing facilities.
Read how our recent alumni turned their dream degree into a rewarding career.
Studying for a degree is a big investment in your future, but don’t worry, there’s lots of financial support available to help you every step of the way.
Whether you want to start a new career, improve your current job prospects or simply wish to study a subject you love, we have a course to help you achieve your goals.
Take a look at the options available and find out which option works best for you, whether you’re just down the road from UCLan in Preston or across the globe!
From academic help to dealing with personal difficulties view our range of services from our Student Support Hubs.
As a university, our commitment to you is important and we therefore need regulations, policies and codes of conduct, which are designed to protect and maintain both academic quality and your rights and responsibilities as students of our university. You can find out more about UCLan’s general policy documents, which together form our student contract, the basis of the contractual relationship between you and the university.