• We work closely with industry to make sure our degrees give you the relevant, technical skills and knowledge you’ll need to stand out in the jobs market
  • 90% of our graduates who completed last year were in related employment within six months of completing their course and earning an average salary of £21,000
  • Join study tours in the UK and beyond. Many of students get to travel overseas as part of their degree
  • We are always investing in cutting edge technology and specialist educational facilities across campus to ensure you enjoy the best possible resources
  • Our staff are experts in their subjects and our class sizes are smaller than most universities so you benefit from high quality teaching and support from your tutors
  • With a great choice of subjects and qualifications you can experience college-based higher education courses right on your doorstep, potentially saving you thousands on living costs

Our degree programmes

The Reaseheath College Faculty of Higher Education are pleased to announce a new and exciting range of degree programmes, offered in partnership with the University of Chester.

Applications are now open for September 2017 entry. For more information on each of our higher education courses visit the course pages using the links below.

Adventure Sports
Animal Science
Business and Events Management
Commercial Crop Production
 Equine Science
Food Science
Landscape Management and Garden Design

*Please note that some courses listed are subject to validation processes.

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Student profile

Abby Brown

BSc (Hons) Food Technology

Abby can’t wait to be part of a team creating innovative dishes for the supermarket shelf. Her dream may be approaching reality, as she and fellow students produced the winning dish in a challenge set by M&S to create tempting deli products. The dish – a sweet potato and spinach dauphinoise – showed such potential that it may be reviewed by M&S for further development.

“The task was very realistic” says Abby, “I look much more critically now at the ingredients, processing and value of different products.”