What to expect
Come along to our university-level and adult courses open evening to discuss your options with us. The college offers a range of courses designed to get adults back into education, or further up the career ladder.
Our dedicated university centre on campus means you'll be able to study locally and affordably in a range of subjects. We also have a number of professional qualifications on offer - helping you to achieve your ambitions and get ready for the world of work.
See why our new facilities are some of the best in the region, and speak to staff who have been there and done it.
Talk to tutors
Our Higher Education and adult course tutors and support staff will be on hand throughout the night to answer your questions and discuss your options with you. Come and have a chat and ask your questions about the specific adult and HE courses available.
Talk to student support services
If you need advice about finance or want to talk to a member of our careers and employability team, representatives should be available on the night.
Apply for your course early!
We have application forms and staff on hand to assist you in applying on the night. Or you can take the information away with you and apply online when you’re ready.
What to bring
You won’t need to bring anything with you on the night, just your friends, family and any burning questions you might have.
Our campuses are accessible via road, and are in close proximity to the train stations.
Bus and taxi services are also available.
There is ample parking on-site.
Our friendly student advocates will be on hand to show you around the college whether this is your first visit or one of many!