Hugh Baird University Centre Disclaimer

The Hugh Baird University Centre will do all that it reasonably can to provide educational services as described in the prospectus or in other documents issued by it, to appropriately enrolled students. Sometimes circumstances beyond the control of the Hugh Baird University Centre mean that it cannot provide such educational services.

Examples of such circumstances include:

(a) industrial action by Hugh Baird University Centre staff or third parties
(b) the unanticipated departure of key members of Hugh Baird University Centre staff
(c) power failure
(d) acts of terrorism
(e) damage to buildings or equipment
(f) the acts of any governmental or local authority; or
(g) where the numbers recruited to a course are so low that it is not possible to deliver an appropriate quality of education for students enrolled on it as per Section C1 of Hugh Baird College’s Terms and Conditions. Should there be insufficient numbers to run a particular course, then every effort will be made to enrol you on a similar, appropriate course. If a course is deemed not to have sufficient student numbers, we will notify you by 31 August prior to the start of the relevant academic year.

The Hugh Baird University Centre will take all reasonable steps to minimise the resultant disruption to those services and to affected students, by, for example, offering affected students the chance to move to another course or institution, or by delivering a modified version of the same course, but to the full extent that is possible under the general law excludes liability for any loss and/or damage suffered by any applicant or student as a result of those circumstances.

The Hugh Baird University Centre will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver the course in accordance with the description applied to it in the Hugh Baird University Centre’s prospectus for the academic year in which you begin the course. However, the Hugh Baird University Centre will be entitled to make reasonable changes to the course (including to the content and syllabus of the course where developments in the subject area make that necessary, or to the location of the course or the method of delivery of the course) where that will enable the Hugh Baird University Centre to deliver a better quality of educational experience to students enrolled on the course. In making any such changes, the Hugh Baird University Centre will aim to keep the changes to the minimum necessary to achieve the required quality of experience and will notify and consult with affected students in advance about any changes that are required. If the Hugh Baird University Centre changes your course and you are not satisfied with the changes, you will be offered the opportunity to withdraw from the programme and, if required, reasonable support to transfer to another provider.

The Hugh Baird University Centre does not exclude or limit in any way its liability for: 

  • death or personal injury caused by its negligence or the negligence of its employees, agents or subcontractors;
  • fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

The Hugh Baird University Centre does not accept responsibility and expressly excludes liability to the full extent possible under the general law for loss or damage to students’ property or for infection of students’ equipment caused by computer viruses, and for the consequences of any such damage.

Courses Subject to Partner University Approval

Courses marked subject to approval from one of our University partners may be subject to change or unavailability. We welcome expressions of interest about subject to approval courses and can offer informal information, advice and guidance on these developments.  However, we cannot make any formal offers until approval has been granted by the validating University partner.  Approval is normally granted around June and, once approved, we will contact potential students for a formal interview and make formal offers of places.  Should the course not gain approval, we will notify all potential students by 31 August prior to the start of the relevant academic year.

Periodic Course Review

Courses marked as going through Periodic Course Review (PCR): In order to ensure our courses are up to date and fit for purpose, we work with our university partners to conduct periodic course reviews. This may result in changes to the course titles, list of modules or their content. Therefore, please note that the list of modules and other details indicated on each course page in both our course guide and on our website are for information purposes only. When accepting your offer of a place to study on a course, you are accepting that it is possible that not all of these modules may be available. At the point of interview, you will have an opportunity to discuss the course content and module delivery.

New Courses for September 2019
Full list of our Higher Education Courses
Not quite ready for the Foundation Degree?
Overview
Business and Management - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Creative Make Up Design and Practice - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Dementia and Assisted Living in Health and Social Care - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Digital Imaging and Photography - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing) - Foundation Degree (FdEng) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Fashion and Textiles - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Graphic Arts - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Health and Social Care - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Interior and Spatial Design - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Moving Image Production - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Visual Merchandising & Promotional Design - Foundation Degree (FdA) with Optional Integrated Foundation Entry
Access to Higher Education
Business and Management
Overview
Chartered Management Institute Award, Certificate and Diploma in Management and Leadership
Business & Management - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Business Administration - BA (Hons) Top up
Children, Young People and Education Studies
Overview
Children, Young People and their Services - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Education Studies - BA (Hons)
Computing
Overview
Computing - FdSc
Computing - BSc (Hons) Top up
BSc (Hons) Computer Studies (Foundation Year)
Creative Make Up Design and Practice
Overview
Creative Make Up Design and Practice - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Creative Make up Design and Practice - BA (Hons) Top up
Criminology
Overview
Criminology - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Criminology - BA (Hons) Top up
Digital Imaging and Photography
Overview
Digital Imaging and Photography - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Digital Imaging and Photography - BA (Hons) Top up
Engineering
Overview
FdEng Engineering (Advanced Manufacturing)
BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Foundation Year)
BSc (Hons) Computer Studies (Foundation Year)
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Foundation Year)
Event / Festival Management
Overview
Event and Festival Management - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Management in Events - BA (Hons) Top up
Fashion and Textiles
Overview
Fashion and Textiles - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Fashion and Textiles - BA (Hons) Top up
Graphic Arts
Overview
Graphic Arts - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Graphic Arts - BA (Hons) Top up
Health & Social Care
Overview
Health & Social Care - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Dementia and Assisted Living in Health and Social Care - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Mental Health and Wellbeing - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Health and Social Care - BSc (Hons) Top up
Hospitality
Overview
Hospitality Management - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Interior and Spatial Design
Overview
Interior and Spatial Design - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Interior and Spatial Design - BA (Hons) Top up
Moving Image Production
Overview
Moving Image Production - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Moving Image Production - BA (Hons) Top up
Outdoor Adventure Studies
Overview
Outdoor Adventure Studies - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Outdoor Leadership - BA (Hons) Top up
Teaching & Education
Overview
Certificate in Education and Training, Preparatory
Certificate in Education / PGCE (Education and Training)
Certificate in Education and PGCE (Mathematics: Numeracy)
Advanced Certificate in Teaching Mathematics: Numeracy
Level 5 Diploma in Teaching English: Literacy
Visual Merchandising & Promotional Design
Overview
Visual Merchandising and Promotional Design - Foundation Degree (FdA)
Visual Merchandising & Promotional Design - BA (Hons) Top up
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