We are currently running school tours every Wednesday morning at 9:30am. We can only have a minimum of 12 people on one tour in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Tours are open to students currently in Year 9 and Year 11 looking to join us in Year 10 and Year 12 in September 2021 onwards. Parents are most welcome too.Learn More
University Technical College Norfolk (UTCN) is an exciting school created to develop tomorrow’s engineering and technology specialists. UTCN provides a comprehensive educational foundation for any student who has an interest in engineering, science, technology, maths or computing.
The University Technical College ethos and curriculum is heavily supported by local and national STEM employers who also provide work experience for students to reinforce the skills learnt in school.Learn More
To apply for UTCN please click the apply button which will take you to our application website. Please be aware that for Year 10 entry we will address all correspondence to the parent/carer. For Year 12 entry we will address all correspondence to the student.Apply Now
We at UTCN pride ourselves on offering our students the best opportunities for their future career. We ensure that our students are given the best possible advice for their future as well as creating opportunities for them to talk to our employer partners and discuss their options.
Tom is a Structural Engineer at Canham Consulting."I wanted to study engineering based subjects and UTCN had a good mixture of practical and theoretical subjects to offer. I liked the practical challenges that…"
Jovita is an Engineering Technician Apprentice for Scottish Power Renewables"I’m an Engineering Technician Apprentice for Scottish Power Renewables and I am currently in training to maintain off shore wind turbines."
Ben is studying Mechatronics and Robotic Systems at Liverpool University."I can honestly say that there aren’t any modules that I am not enjoying. I am especially enjoying my lab work where I have been building…"
Joanna is an Engineering Degree Apprentice for the Dyson Institute as an Undergraduate Engineer"I received offers to study Engineering at Trinity College Cambridge, but I turned that down for the Dyson Institute Engineering Degree Apprenticeship, working as an Undergraduate…"