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News: Late Enrolment Event on Saturday 8 September

Nottingham College is hosting a late enrolment event on Saturday 8 September for people who think they have left it too late to start a college course this year.

The College does still have a few places available on some full-time courses which start from Monday 10 September and is opening the doors of its Adams building in the Lace Market from 10.00-2.00pm this weekend so people can find out more.

Visitors can talk to staff about the range of courses on offer including GCSEs, Access, Animal Science, Art, Design and Fashion, Business, Childcare, Computing, Construction, Engineering, hairdressing and beauty therapy, Health and Social Care, Hospitality and Catering, Media, Music and Photography, Motor Vehicle, Public Services, Science, Sport and Travel,Tourism and Aviation.

With ten centres across the City it is now one of the largest colleges in the country. Campus locations include City Centre (Adams, Maid Marian Way, Wheeler Gate), Basford, Clarendon, London Road, Highfields and Ruddington.

For people who did better or worse in their GCSE exams there are courses available at all levels so there really is a course for everyone. Courses are offered from entry level with progression through to level 1/2/3 and even some Higher Education (University level) HNDs and Foundation Degrees.

If you are unable to attend on Saturday you can still also apply online or call us on 0115 9 100 100.

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  • 4th September 2018 (12:00 AM)
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