Moulton College are holding two extra open days on Wednesday 20th September (5.30pm – 7pm) and Saturday 23rd September (8.30am – 11am) in response to an increasing demand from last minute applicants.
Moulton College provides post-16 education, university courses, apprenticeships and part time courses in animal welfare, farming, sport, equine and construction, among other areas.
Floristry students enjoying their first week back.
Gerald Davies, Vice Principal at Moulton College, explains: “We have an increasing number of students coming to us throughout September looking to enrol on courses starting this September.
“Where some students have already enrolled and begun their courses, others either take some extra time to decide on their chosen career path or begin a course and decide it isn’t for them.
“Therefore, it is vital that students realise that there’s still time to apply! That’s why we are opening our doors for two extra open days to allow these students to find out more about our range of courses and explore our fantastic facilities.”
Consruction courses are well under way.
During the open days, students will have the opportunity to talk to course leaders about subjects and courses available, find out about financial support, take a tour of the college’s state-of-the-art facilities, explore the on-site accommodation and hear about the college’s extensive transport network.
Gerald concludes: “We want to ensure that no students miss out and everyone has an opportunity to enrol on their preferred course. As such, we will continue to take applications over the coming weeks, despite the majority of courses having started. Our staff will work with any students who apply at this late stage to catch up to their peers.”
1st year Brickwork students already getting their hands dirty.