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College opens its doors to prospective students
9:40am Friday 18th October 2013 in News
TEENAGERS looking to study at university level, part time, or those who want training to help their career, visited Swindon College yesterday.
Scores of 16 to 19-year-olds attended the open evening to find out the best way to help them achieve their goal through study.
A spokesperson for the college said: “We are now an Ofsted Grade 1 Outstanding College, the only college in the south of England to achieve this status since the new inspection framework was introduced.
“We offer the broadest combination of courses in the local area at the right level for each individual student.”
During the evening, students were able to take a tour of the college’s facilities and see the Student Centre where they could access the internet, play pool, table tennis, Wii, Playstation and meet the Youth Worker team.
The spokesperson added: “Our open events also give the opportunity to discuss your options with careers and other specialist advisors, as well as meet the lecturers who will be teaching you.
“You can have one-to-one chats about financial assistance, careers, learning support and also find out about all the extra activities you can get involved with such as sports, clubs, volunteering, trips, student council and much more.”
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