The Highlands Campus is home to the States of Jersey’s Department of Education, Highlands College, University College Jersey, Institute of Law – Jersey and the Jersey International Centre of Advanced Studies.
JICAS is housed in the top floor of the Turner building in Le Chapelan with the Institute of Law – Jersey. The Chapelan Suite is the main seminar room and can sit 100 students comfortably. The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) is available to all students across campus, as well as Law Library on Le Chapelan.
Food and drink on campus
Café Connect is available to all students across campus and serves a wide variety of hot and cold meals during breakfast and lunch. The Academy Restaurant is also available to students on set dates during the academic year.
Finding a quiet place
There are a number of quiet places, including the Learning Resource Centre, Law Library and designated study areas across Le Chapelan. The Jersey Public Library also has a number of quiet spaces and reading rooms.
Pastoral Support and Wellbeing
How difficult will I find the work? Will I make friends? How will I eat well on a student budget? These are just some of the questions and concerns you might have ahead of starting your time on the island. But whatever you need, you’ll always find advice and guidance within reach, and support will be available throughout your time in Jersey.
The JICAS team will always be on hand to provide pastoral guidance. We have a team ready to provide academic, social and mental wellbeing, as well as colleagues in Exeter to help make your study here in Jersey as smooth and easy as possible.
Arts and Culture
Jersey is full of variety and boasts a rich arts and culture sector. There are numerous theatres, cinemas, galleries, museums and an impressive natural prehistory.
Jersey Arts Centre is at the heart of the cultural life in Jersey, with regular performances and courses in the visual, performance and literary arts.
The Jersey Opera House also hosts live musical, comedy and theatrical performances, as well as live performances streamed from the Royal Opera House and the Globe Theatre in London.
Jersey Heritage and Societe Jersiaise promote the island’s rich heritage and cultural environment. Both organisations offer a variety of island-based cultural exchanges and are responsible for the island’s major historical sites, museums and public archives.