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Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College
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Introducing Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College

Director's Message

Dr Ruth Farwell

Whether you are just out of school or are returning to education as a mature student, you’ll find that your decision to go to University is one of the most important you’ll ever make. Your time here will pass very quickly and our role is to make it the most productive and enriching experience possible. That's why we keep BCUC at a size where we can sustain a friendly, professional and caring environment, as well as constructive personal relationships between our staff and students.

A wide portfolio of courses.  A supportive environment.  And dedicated professionals, who’ll help you achieve high academic standards and develop the skills to make the most of your future career.  It’s a great opportunity and we very much hope you’ll choose to join us here soon.

Dr Ruth Farwell
Director and Chief Executive


Facts and Figures

Here’s some headline data you may find of interest:

  • BCUC had 9,000 students on part-time and full-time courses in 2005/6 – including 4,246 who are studying for undergraduate degrees.

  • 58% of the student population is female and 42% male, although there is wide variation between courses.
  • We have 387 postgraduate students and 75 registered for research degrees with Brunel University

  • We welcome significant numbers of mature students, with more than half the population being over the age of 25.

Strategic Plan 2006-2011

Click here to download BCUC's Strategic Plan 2006 -2011 (PDF Format) Document Version

Click here to download BCUC's Strategic Plan 2006 -2011  (PDF Format) Booklet Version

BCUC Strategic Plan 2006 - 2011


How we are structured

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There have been a number of changes at BCUC recently.  Our academic structure is now built around three faculties, which are sub-divided in turn into different schools.  What we’re aiming to achieve is a greater focus to the organisation and the development of an even more exciting portfolio of courses.

A number of central service departments provide administrative support to the university and there are also a number of services geared specifically towards students.

If you’re interested in seeing the detail of our revised structure, please view our online organisational chart (PDF)

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