Brooksby Melton College (BMC) is a specialist land-based independent further and higher education college located in the heart of Leicestershire. The College operates on two main sites: the Brooksby Campus, dedicated for rural land-based studies, and the Melton Campus, specialising in creative and service industries.
BMC has been a partner of UEA since September 2016, and has been delivering higher education (HE) programmes for over 20 years. They offer a range of UEA validated programmes including Foundation Degrees, top-up degrees and three year degrees within Sports Science, Digital Film Production, Performing Arts, Equine Performance and Animal Management. Students who successfully complete validated courses will be awarded a UEA degree.
BMC has a wide range of specialist facilities such the 350 hectare estate Brooksby campus which includes a working farm, with a range of commercial activity including banqueting and conference centre, a fishing lake and a British Horse Society (BHS) approved Equestrian Centre and livery. Brooksby Campus is also equipped with a purpose built Animal Management Centre, high quality science laboratories and a brand new Sport Centre and 3G pitch. Melton Campus boasts 14 state of the art dance and media studios alongside a 24ft green screen studio, a 500 seat commercial theatre, and a fine dining restaurant. The College has recently undergone a major £28m capital redevelopment of its estate, ensuring that separate HE social, teaching and study areas sit alongside high quality industry standard facilities. Strong industry links with companies including Leicester Tigers Rugby Club, Mansfield Town Football Club, Grimme, Pottinger UK, and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) helps students to find employment and work placements opportunities.
UEA validated HE Programmes at Brooksby Melton College are governed by these Regulations.
Further information is available on the Brooksby Melton College website.
UEA Academic Partnerships Office contact is Alex Frusher