Quality Higher Education Courses Delivered Locally; UHOVI (Universities Heads of the Valleys Institute) Is a Groundbreaking Initiative Providing New Opportunities for Local People and Businesses to Take Advantage of the Benefits of Learning

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Quality Higher Education Courses Delivered Locally; UHOVI (Universities Heads of the Valleys Institute) Is a Groundbreaking Initiative Providing New Opportunities for Local People and Businesses to Take Advantage of the Benefits of Learning


OFFERING a wide range of higher education courses in an increasing number of locations, UHOVI is all about learning locally.

You can study part-time or full-time, bite-sized courses or foundation degrees, in a number of different subject areas.

We still have places available on a number of foundation degree and professional qualification courses starting next mont.

All qualifications are awarded by the University of Glamorgan or University of Wales, Newport.

With courses in everything from law or sport to engineering, digital media and more, why not give UHOVI a call? Here are just a few of the benefits of studying with UHOVI: * Courses on your doorstep - as UHOVI courses are delivered in the Valleys, you don't have to move away to get a qualification.

This means you can continue to work or stay close to family, and you could avoid building up a large debt. Courses are available at further education colleges or other local venues across the region.

Friendly and supportive - you can be sure of a warm welcome and there's plenty of assistance on offer.

Tutors give support and encouragement to help you achieve your goals plus specialist advice and guidance is on offer to help you overcome any obstacles to learning.

Flexibility and choice - we offer a range of full-time or part time courses in many different subject areas.

Some courses are available at a number of venues and there are opportunities to progress to higher level study if you wish. …

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