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  • Working and studying

    'A foundation degree is a fully flexible qualification allowing students to study part-time or full-time to fit their lifestyle.'UCAS

    Fitting studying in around work and other commitments can be challenging, so our foundation degrees have been specifically shaped to help you manage your workload, allowing you to earn while you learn if you wish.

    Chantelle Ward

    I love being able to balance both work commitments and studying at the same time, and this course has inspired me to continue with my aspirations within my career by applying my studies to real life experiences within the workplace.

    Chantelle Ward, BA Business, Management and Communications top up, Abingdon & Witney College

    Timetables for classes are generally scheduled to fit around typical work commitments - often taking place one day a week or in the evening.

    Work based learning placements are an essential element in a foundation degree, giving you ‘on-the-job’ real life experience.

    Beth Lewis

    My year placement was such a great experience, I was given the opportunity to go to New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing where I gained valuable industry experience which really added to my CV. I would highly recommend this course to anyone looking for a professional career in the horseracing and equine industries.

    Beth Lewis, student of Equine Science and Thoroughbred Management, Abingdon & Witney College