A place with ever-increasing student numbers, once named the friendliest town in the UK and surrounded by unrivalled countryside; if you’re going to be doing anything, it needs to be done in Burnley!
Study in Burnley.
From having just 400 students in 2018, UCLan is on track to having a whopping 4000 students in the town by 2025. Their impressive campuses at Victoria Mill and Princess Way offers courses ranging from Business Management to Sports, Medicine to Policing and more.
Burnley College has also launched University Courses Burnley, another growing university based on their Princess Way campus. What’s more, the college’s Sixth Form is England’s number one college in the national league tables. Studying in Burnley is a no-brainer!
Work in Burnley.
If there’s one thing to know about Burnley it’s that there’s unbeatable career opportunities – especially when it comes to apprenticeships.
Some employers might have you jetting off to faraway lands to work on high-tech industrial contracts. Some careers might have you working with world-renowned fashion designers, moulding the trends of tomorrow. There are no limits in Burnley to what you can achieve.
Laugh in Burnley.
As the friendliest town in the UK, it goes without saying that we love a good laugh! As well as showcasing our favourite town, burnley.social will fill your feed to the brim with funny, fresh content.
Meet in Burnley.
There’s some serious foodie hotspots dotted around town and we absolutely love to shout about them. Whether you’re after cultured cuisine, stuff-your-face-in scran, or just a tasty coffee with your mates, the options are literally everywhere.
And for when the sun goes down, we’ll keep you updated with the trendiest bars and nightclubs. After all, Burnley is all about the Social (see what we did there).
Live in Burnley.
Live the Burnley lifestyle with huge, picturesque Victorian terraces to canal-side apartments and stunning new-builds to beautiful, rural cottages – and at some of the cheapest prices in the UK.
You can forget jostling for space in crowded spaces as well. Burnley may be full of independent cafes, bars and shops, but it’s also 80% rural. These reasons, and many more, are why you should live in Burnley.