主教大學學院（Bishop Grosseteste University College）建於１８６２年。開設課程包括foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate level和許多專業發展的訓練課程。
Student Support offers free, non-judgemental, confidential and professional services to prospective, current and former students of BG. Whatever your situation, Student Support is here to help you. If you're unsure who can help, make us your first port of call. Our team has many years' experience of providing support to students in higher education and we have a thorough understanding of how students are affected by many issues. The Student Support Team provides the following services: Accessibility Support; Advice; Counselling; Finance and Access to Learning Fund and Equal Opportunities.
The Careers service offers professional and impartial advice, guidance and information to all our students and graduates. Advice is also available, if required, to prospective students interested in studying at Bishop Grosseteste University College. Careers activities include: confidential individual careers guidance appointments; drop in sessions to access the careers resources; group work sessions on subjects such as CV preparation and interview techniques; Jobshop; help with finding suitable job vacancies and career events including talks and workshops.
BG is a Church College and so the Chaplaincy plays an important part in University College life, through contributions to the academic and social life of the University College and helping to develop relationships with surrounding communities. There is a full-time Chaplain and Chaplaincy Assistant, who work closely with local ministers from all denominations to provide an ecumenical environment of prayer and worship for the University College.
The University College encourages all of its students to develop their academic skills, throughout the duration of their studies. Therefore, learning advice is available to any student who needs it, from enrolment to course completion. This advice includes specialist help for those with specific learning difficulties and other disabling conditions. Individual and small group tutorials are provided to students on request. These are normally offered between 9.00 and 5.00 Monday to Friday, but evening and weekend sessions can also be arranged in consultation with the Learning Adviser.
The Sibthorp Library, situated on campus, offers a pleasant environment in which to study and in addition to a wide range of electronic resources provides access to over 145,000 books, journals, audio-visual materials and resource packs. Other facilities include an IT suite, photocopiers, bookable seminar rooms and quiet study areas. The Library is open seven days a week during term time and staff are always on hand to offer help and advice. Our IT facilities are situated across the campus. Every student has access to a network account, email account and internet access. As well as the Library computer suites there is an additional IT suite located in the Skinner Building, and computer areas attached to particular departments. There is also a campus-wide wireless network available for student use via mobile devices. A variety of audio-visual facilities (video cameras, data projectors) are available for students to use on campus.
Our University College Shop provides stationery, books and convenience products at competitive prices. The University College also has excellent facilities; you will have use of the newly built Sports and Fitness Centre complete with fitness suite, sports hall and sports field. The fitness suite is FREE for BG students and there is also an active Sports Society.
Our Halls of Residence are Constance Stewart Hall, Wickham Hall and Nelson Hall. Altogether we have 185 study bedrooms. Each room is equipped with its own washbasin, wardrobe, shelving, a desk/table and chair, 2 sockets and a single bed (bed linen is provided and changed on a weekly basis).
Housekeeping staff are employed by the University College to undertake some household tasks, e.g. emptying bins, cleaning communal areas and vacuuming rooms, however students are expected to help with the running of their accommodation, e.g. pot washing, tidying communal areas.
Bathrooms include a shower cubicle, a full size bath and ample drying area. The toilets are separate. All halls have communal kitchens equipped with a microwave, small cooker, and fridge.
Postgraduate Level Courses
•MA in Heritage Education
•Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Primary)
•Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Secondary)
•Graduate Teacher Programme
•Masters level awards (MA in Education)
•Continuing professional development