This is the home for all University level courses here at Stephenson College. The section contains information, guidance and resources on the following areas;

Course specifics, specifications, schemes of work and learning and teaching resources including ebooks, videos and assignment briefs.

Assessment submission centre. The area where you will be asked to submit work via 'Turn it in'

Help and guidance on developing your study skills at University level.

Stephenson College policies and procedures at HE level including fees and refund policy, mitigating circumstances policy and the academic appeals policy.

Induction information.


This section contains all the relevant college policies that you may need to access over the duration of your course. This section contains the following policies;

Fees and Refunds

Exceptional circumstances

Disciplinary

Academic Appeals

Plagiarism

This section contains details on;

Harvard referencing

Using the College Library books

UCAS and progression to University at level 6

Links to guidance and support for studying at HE level

This section contains all the information you will need to maximise your student life experience here at Stephenson College. You may be studying full time, part time or even on block release. You may be an employed apprentice or studying in your own time in order to take your life in a new direction.

Whatever your circumstances are for studying here at Stephenson College, by becoming part of the wider national cohort of HE students your experience of studying at HE can be greatly enhanced and you may even opt in to get involved in extra curricular activities outside your studies.

This section includes information and guidance on

The National Student Survey (NSS)

Membership of the student union  (NSU) and its benefits to you as a student.

Undertaking Charitable work in the local area and abroad through the NSU

Information on social events for HE students

Information on how to create your own clubs and organisations for fellow HE students to get involved in.