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30 August 2011

The National Centre for Food Manufacturing at Holbeach campus, University of Lincoln is finalising numbers for the Foundation Degree and BSc Degree courses in Food Manufacturing which commence in September 2011.


These courses are designed for mature students with experience in the food industry but without necessarily the formal qualifications to allow them to access conventional higher level education courses.

The Foundation Degree and BSc Degree courses are popular. About 125 students working for many well known food manufacturing companies study with the National Centre for Food Manufacturing by day release at the Holbeach campus or by distance learning via the Internet.

Please find some information about the Foundation Degree in Food Manufacturing at

http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/holbeach/_courses/foundation/food_manufacture/default.asp

The courses are relevant to the industry, flexible in their delivery, taught by staff who have worked in the industry and are competitively priced. We expect the price of the course to rise substantially in 2012 in line with the government induced changes to higher education but students embarking on the Foundation or BSc degree this year will find the fee differential maintained throughout their course.

Please contact the Holbeach campus, University of Lincoln on 01406 493000 or email Holbeach@lincoln.ac.uk for more details


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