Futures Programme

CCSW Futures is a unique set of opportunities designed to support progression onto university and employment. We work with students to boost their skills and confidence through academic and professional programmes.

CCSW Futures comprises of three pathways on offer that allow you to follow a tailored programme to help you to achieve your goals for the future:



What is CCSW Futures?

CCSW Futures is a unique selection of pathways that will support you to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to succeed.

The three pathways on offer allow you to follow a tailored programme that will help you to achieve your goals for the future.



Partnership with Oxford University In addition, we offer four Subject Centres in partnership with Corpus Christi College and Pembroke College Oxford.

The North West Science Network (NWSN)
As the North West Hub for the Science Network events take place across the year both at our Crewe Campus and in Oxford. The network engages students with research-level science designed to further equip them for entry to HE.

Pembroke North Enlightenment Programme (Humanities)
Students go through a rigorous academic interview to join the Pembroke North scheme. They spend a year following a demanding academic programme of lectures in humanities.

The North West Theology and Religious Studies Centre
This offers an academic programme and students attend lectures and seminars delivered by academics from leading universities. They can also apply for an Easter Study Skills School and a residential Summer School at the University of Oxford.

The Manchester Centre for Languages and Culture (MCLC)
The MCLC offers a range of seminars and events for students who are interested in Modern Foreign Languages, Linguistics, History Philosophy, Religion, Politics, Law, Sociology, Psychology and Art all delivered by top Universities. The MCLC works in collaboration with Lancaster and Oxford Universities.

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