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With a fantastic range of courses, first class facilities and a fresh approach to modern teaching and training, why go anywhere else?Of the 11,000 students currently enrolled at Loughborough College, most will agree that studying with means far more than just gaining a qualification.The College offers a different kind of learning environment where you'll be treated as an adult and the relaxed and welcoming campus means that you’ll fit straight in to the College way of life.You will find lots of different courses from A Levels to vocational programmes, Apprenticeships and Degrees and you will have the opportunity to gain practical industry related skills while you study.
To help you make the most of your studies we want to ensure you are fully supported before and throughout your time at Loughborough College. Help is available in a wide range of areas:International TeamThe International Office is near the main College reception. The team will help you to:
Loughborough is in the borough of Charnwood, Leicestershire and is a friendly university town surrounded by beautiful countryside in the middle of England.There are excellent transport links to all the major cities in the UK with road, rail, buses and an airport within easy reach. London is just 90 minutes away from Loughborough by train. The College and University are served by a regular shuttle bus running every 10 minutes from the campus to the town centre and on to the train station.The town has a population of around 57,000 together with a large student population. Loughborough and sport go hand in hand and sport is enjoyed by many students. The international standard sporting facilities and many clubs for students to make new friends are popular, lively and enjoyed by many students.Loughborough Student Union (LSU) has been voted the best Student Union for 5 years in succession in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. The cost of living in the Midlands is much lower than in Southern England.The town has a mix of traditional and modern buildings. The twice weekly market sells everything from fresh food produce to clothing, shoes, household goods and is located in the town centre on a safe, traffic free street.Queens Park is a large open green park in the centre of Loughborough, with attractive gardens and is a pleasant place to relax with friends. There is a cafe in the park and an aviary with different species of tropical birds. The Carillon clock tower chimes hourly and is the focal point in the park.The high street has many leading retail outlets, banks, chemists and supermarkets as well as smaller shops and boutiques. Eating out is reasonably priced and there are a variety of different menus on offer including Chinese, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Greek, Thai, take aways, and of course, traditional English food!The National Space Centre is also located nearby and has great interactive displays. There are also large open parks and waterways a short bus ride away including Rutland Water, Bradgate Park and Beacon Hill.