Nottingham College is holding Open Evenings on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 November, across seven different campuses.
The events are designed for people who are interested in study options after leaving school, or returning to learning as an adult. During the evenings, visitors will be able to find out more about what courses are available starting in September 2019, get advice on which course might suit them, and find out how to apply.
As seven campuses are open across the city, covering different subject areas, people are advised to visit our open days page for more details about the event. They can also register online for a free place at the event which is best suited to them. Each event will run between 5.00pm — 7.00pm, but visitors can attend at any point during the event.
From A Levels at High Pavement Sixth Form, to a huge range of career-related courses, and from Entry Level to university-level options, the College is offering help and advice on how to apply, and potential students can have a look round and collect information.
Potential students will also be able to apply for a course starting in September 2019 at the Open Day events.
Jane Nutt, Senior Schools and Events Officer at Nottingham College, said:
My advice for people considering options after leaving school, is to go along to an open evening and see for yourself what the college or training provider has to offer. When you’re there, don’t be shy, as staff will be very happy to answer your questions. Collect as much information as possible, and if there is a tour or a talk available, go along to really get a feel for the place.Jane Nutt — Senior Schools and Events Officer at Nottingham College