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HE courses in: Creative and Digital Arts

Art, Design and Fashion

ICT, Computer Science and Digital

Music, Performing Arts

HE courses in: Healthcare, Service Industries, Sport and Leisure

HE courses in: Teacher Education

HE courses in: Technical and Enterprise

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What you need to know about studying on a Higher Education course with the City of Liverpool College

As you consider studying on a Higher Education (HE) programme with the City of Liverpool College (The College), we write to advise you of your rights and responsibilities should you choose to accept the offer of a place on a Higher Education programme delivered by the College.

As a Higher Education provider, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 - set by the Competition and Markets Authority ((CMA) - fully applies to The City of Liverpool College and its relationship with all Higher Education applicants and current students. Compliance with consumer law is not only important in giving you the protection required by the law, but it also helps to maintain student confidence and the standards and reputation of the UK HE sector.

The full guide on your rights as a consumer are available here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/higher-education-guide-to-consumer-rights-for-students.

For a 60-second summary, please read the guidance available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/higher-education-a-short-guide-to-consumer-rights-for-students

During your HE course research and application stage, HE course information is made available to ensure that you are making your decisions based on accurate, up to date and complete information.

You can find all of this information in our HE Prospectus and in the relevant HE Programme Specification on our website via www.liv-coll.ac.uk and on the Unistats website: https://unistats.direct.gov.uk/Institutions/Details/10003955/ReturnTo/Institutions

If you choose to accept the offer of study on a HE programme with the College, you will enter into a contract stage with the College and will need to inform us in writing of your choice. By accepting the offer of a place, we will ask you to acknowledge and agree with our HE Terms and Conditions of study.

We hope this information is useful and accessible and that you have received sufficient initial knowledge about the Higher Education programme you intend to apply for with the City of Liverpool College.

Please feel free to contact us at: HEoffice@liv-coll.ac.uk or call College Information on 0151 252 3000 should you require further guidance and clarification in relation to your HE course information, or information provided.

Full details can be found in the Guidance Notes for HE Applicants letter.

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