ESTD : 2004 | TYPE : Private | AFFILIATION : pu | RECOGNITION : ncte
To set up a College of excellence defined by its core values-dedicated to search of truth; nurture an environment which encourage team spirit and innovation among the faculty, staff and students and be excellent in all its activities in instruction, research and service to the community, to identify regional and global needs of specialization and focus on their growth.
To develop Preston College as a leading Management Institute of excellence & lifelong learning to developing outstanding business professionals, to provide an all round and quality education to the students, to strive towards excellence and a better society
|Sl||Course||Seats||1st year Fee||2nd To Last year Fee||Total Fee||Cash Back||Lodging Fee||Fooding Fee||Course Duration|
|1||PGDM||15||80000||80000||160000.00||5000||2000 p.m||2000 p.m||2 years|
|2||B.Ed||20||100000||100000||200000.00||5000||2500 p.m||2500 p.m||2 years|
|3||GNM||20||70000||210000||280000.00||5000||2500 p.m||2500 p.m||3 years and 6 months|
ADMISSIONS PROCEDURE 1. Scope Preston’s College is an inclusive, diverse and friendly college providing Higher Education (HE) accessible to all learners. The HE curriculum at Preston’s College focuses on widening participation to ensure quality learning and progression opportunities for all. We are committed to making our learners THE most employable by delivering high quality technical and professional HE courses which support individuals, employers and local economic growth. This procedure document covers the College’s approach to admissions for Higher Skills courses across our franchised (courses run by us that are run at other HEIs), validated (courses that are offered by Preston’s College only but validated by an awarded HEI) and awarded (courses that are offered by Preston’s College and are awarded by Pearson). This procedure has made every effort to reflect the wishes of our awarding and validating partners but where there are differences in admissions procedure, the College will follow the tenets of this document for all cases. 2. Process The College will operate its admissions procedures in a way that is fair to applicants regardless of age, background, disability, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. Potential applicants may contact the College and obtain information on courses via the College website, call centre or in person to reception. In addition, the College holds a number of open days where applicants may meet the staff who teach on the programme they are considering. The College produces a mini guide that contains programmes the College will offer together with information on welfare, guidance and support available. The website also contains detailed course leaflets which gives prospective students detailed information about the courses. Entry requirements for each programme are set out in course leaflets. Such entry requirements would normally show the expected number of UCAS points a student should hold. Entry requirements may be changed for individual students who can demonstrate alternative qualifications or experience that leads tutors to believe that they will be successful on the programme. The College Administration team are responsible for receiving applications via UCAS for full-time UCLan programmes and via College applications for part-time programmes, University of Derby programmes and Pearson programmes. It is the Administration team’s responsibility to enter accurate data onto the College’s database and pass applications to academic staff for decisions. The Administration team will, when requested, arrange interviews or auditions for students in consultation with academic staff. Once academic staff have made a decision it is the responsibility of the Administration team to convey this decision to the student either directly or through UCAS. Students may be made an unconditional offer, a conditional offer or rejected. If academic staff reject a student it must be made clear to the Administration team the grounds on which the decision has been made and, where appropriate, suggest an alternative course of study that an applicant might wish to
Placement is on top of the agenda at campus for all. The entire focus on academic activities is oriented to provide the best possible placement to the students in leading corporate houses/MNCs. Preston has established a dedicated Counseling and Placement Cell (CPC) for enhancing the exposure of the students to the corporate world and to act as an interface between the Institution and the Industry. The CPC also focuses on final placement as well as arranging summer internship for the students.There is no shortcut to success. Therefore, believe in beginning early to plan. Guide and provide direction to the career path of our all students. Our robust and proactive works in coordination with the students including in positive approach to work and providing them the solid backup of resources, so that they may acquire the necessary skills and vision to excel in their dream job.