Whether you’re used to education or returning after a break, we’ll support you all the way.
We know that things such as
assignments or exams can seem
intimidating, which is why our
course tutors ensure that you feel as
comfortable as possible preparing
for and completing any academic
assessments on your chosen course.
Your wellbeing can affect your
learning. Should you ever need to
talk to someone confidentially about
issues in your private or College life,
we have a dedicated counselling
service where our trained members
of staff are here to help.
A part-time course can help you to
change your career or enhance your
current job prospects – and our expert
careers advisers will provide you with
all the information and impartial
guidance you need to make choices
about your training and work.
Money matters shouldn’t stop you
coming to College, which is why our
student finance team are available
to advise you on sources of financial
help including any grants, bursaries or
support funds that might be available
to you. Find out more about the financial support we offer.
Our additional support team are on hand to ensure that your individual learning needs are met – they can help you with everything from developing assignment skills and providing specialist equipment to access to specialist support staff for those with dyslexia, hearing or visual impairments. Call our team on 01234 291905 to find out how they can help.
Bedford College Job Shop
Based at our Cauldwell Street
Campus, The Job Shop is open to all
Bedford College students seeking
to progress into employment or
looking for part-time work during
their studies. Help and advice on
applications and interview techniques
is always readily available.
Help and advice you can trust
The Student Services team at Bedford
College are proud to have held the
Matrix quality standard since 2004
– awarded in recognition of the
professionalism and quality of our
support and guidance.