Herefordshire, Ludlow & North Shropshire College is a fantastic place to study
We offer great results, superb resources, a friendly atmosphere and a vast range of courses for you to choose from.
Whether you’re keen to go to university, take a higher level course or secure your dream job, we can help.
We have first class facilities, excellent links with industries and businesses and are focused on ensuring all our students get ‘real’ work experience to impress future employers.
Browse the website and our prospectuses for information on all the courses offered at our colleges, as well as life on campus, facilities, finance, transport links, safeguarding and more.
Got a career path in mind?
If you are a practical learner and have a specific career in mind, you may want to consider a full–time course at one of our colleges.
Are A levels an option?
Ludlow Sixth Form College offers a good choice of A levels taught by experienced, supportive teachers.
Thinking of an apprenticeship?
Why not earn while you learn, working with an employer and coming to college on a day release or block release basis. Visit our apprenticeship pages.
Need careers advice?
There is a lot of support at our colleges to help you find a course and pursue your goals, whether that’s going to university or getting a job in the area you want.
For further information visit our Careers Advice pages
Or to research career areas, visit the National Careers Service.
For most students this will make up the majority of their study programme. A mix of practical and theory, the qualification will stretch your understanding of the subject.
You will work towards achieving an A*-C grade in GCSE English and maths. If you have already achieved this, you will continue to build on your skills in these subjects
You will undertake meaningful work experience related to the vocational area of the Study Programme, to develop employability skills and apply your learning in real life situations.
Your programme will also include other activities designed to support and help you develop the job–related skills, experience and confidence required to progress to employment or higher education. Activities such as tutorials, personal and social development, volunteering and sport.