Supporting the Covenant
We work in partnership with Lancashire County Council, the NHS and HQ North West in the support and delivery of the Lancashire Armed Forces Covenant Hub providing ongoing daily support to the armed forces community across Lancashire.
Enhanced learning credits
Whether you are still serving or have been resettled, you might be entitled to full or partial funding for an undergraduate or master’s degree.
The Enhanced Learning Credits Accreditation Services (ELCAS) provide funding for educational courses to enhance your skills and knowledge base. The University has been a registered ELCAS service provider since 2006 and has had more than 300 military personnel enrol.
Understanding the transition pathway for ex-service personnel discharged due to physical challenge
The Forces in Mind Trust has awarded £149,625 to the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), in partnership with the University of Salford, to undertake a two-year research project to understand the transition to civilian life for ex-Service personnel with physical conditions as a direct result of Service.
Service Children’s Progression Alliance
Lancashire and the North West Hub
The University of Central Lancashire is privileged to host one of the SCiP hubs in the North West of England with a particular focus on Lancashire.
The University is a dedicated to supporting the armed forces community and is one of the few Universities to hold the Gold ERS award, demonstrating our commitment in this area.