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Blackpool and Flyde College


Blackpool and The Fylde College is a Higher Education establishment which provides degrees awarded by Lancaster University, currently ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide. It is also a leading provider of Further Education and has been judged ‘Outstanding’ by national inspection body Ofsted.

At the University Centre in Central Blackpool, over 60 university programmes are on offer, all designed with employment in mind to ensure a career gets off to a good start. The £10 million University Centre in Blackpool offers first-class facilities and further strengthens our ability to attract students not only from the local vicinity, but also internationally.

Several thousand adult students study with the college, many of them supported by their employers on courses delivered in the workplace. The college are also part of the Lancashire Lifelong Learning Network, which has over 40,000 learning opportunities for vocational learners in Lancashire.

Contact Information
Contact Number:

01253 352 352

Contact Email: info@blackpool.ac.uk
Head Office Address:
Blackpool and Flyde College, Park Road, Blackpool FY1 4ES
Course Details
Number of Courses:


Type of Courses:

BA (Hons)

Key Course Titles:

BA (Hons) Fashion Design (Contemporary Costume)
BA (Hons) Fashion Design

Course Fees:

£8,250 per year

Key Fashion Course Tutor Name:

Angy Young
Programme Leader

Course Information
Admissions Phone Number: 01253 504 346
Additional Course Information
Awards & Nominations:

Ranked in the top 3% of further education colleges in England.
Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
Commendations from The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.
Degrees awarded by Lancaster University.

Company Information
Key Executives

Alan Cavill

Chief Executive:

Bev Robinson

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