Are You Ready For The Future?
More Importantly, Are You Ready For Your Future?
The world is changing - fast! But are you preparing for this new future? Are you learning how to solve problems, program robots, use 3D printers and advanced machinery? Or are you contemplating a curriculum that would prepare you nicely for the 19th Century?
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
At UTCN, we're shaping the next generation of engineers, scientists and technology specialists.
Year 10 Virtual Open Evening
October 8 @ 5:30 pm
Click here to book your place on our online Year 10 Open Evening which will be hosted on Zoom.
This year, our Year 10 Open Evening is going virtual! This Zoom event is for current Year 9...Read More
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…"
Lucie is an Apprentice Site Manager at Morgan Sindall."I encountered my current employer through UTCN, and through the opportunity of work experience and the support I received from the teaching staff I am now…"
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…"
Chloe is a Plant Quality Engineer at Jaguar Land Rover in Solihull."My main duties include carrying out vehicle checks and implementing new procedures when a vehicle fails inspection. I am really enjoying the job and I am…"