Prospective students, currently studying in Year 11, are invited into the College to find out more about the courses available, meet staff and current students, and get a feel of the campus.
If you missed out on the October Open Events and are interested in finding out more about A-Level and Technical and Professional courses, including T-Levels and Apprenticeships, then be sure to come along to one of the new Open Event dates.
The Eastbourne campus will welcome visitors on Tuesday 22 November, and Hastings (Station Plaza) on Thursday 24 November, between 4:30pm and 6:30pm. Students interested in finding out more about the Lewes campus can book a Campus Tour. Click here to find out more about College Tours.
If you’re planning to attend the Hastings Open Event, and you’re thinking about pursuing sport as a professional or simply want to keep it up as a hobby alongside your studies, then you can visit the College’s Sport Academies team between 6pm and 7pm for an information talk.
Rebecca Conroy, CEO and Principal at East Sussex College, said, “Due to popular demand we have added some new Open Events this month to make sure prospective students can see our fantastic facilities and talk to our expert tutors. We offer a wide range of courses from A-Levels, T-Levels, Technical and Professional courses, HE and Adult courses. We’re confident that there is something for everyone at East Sussex College.”
Find out how you can register for the events by clicking the link here. Register so we can keep in touch with you and find out what courses you would be interested in.
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