East Sussex College works collaboratively with employers such as the Powdermills Hotel, to deliver the job training and qualifications that apprentices need to complete their learning programme.
Worth the Weight’s Vintage Kilo Clothing Sale tours the UK, with a stop at East Sussex College Hastings on Sunday 23 January.
Paula Wright, reached the regional finals of The Great British Care Awards 2021 and was commended for The Care Newcomer Award for her efforts.
The College is committed to reducing its carbon footprint, offering eco-friendly and sustainable options where possible.
As the largest education provider in East Sussex, you won’t be surprised to read that we absolutely love learning.
The afternoon event provided T-Level Design, Planning and Surveying students with the perfect opportunity to quiz employers and gather valuable advice and guidance on employment
East Sussex College Lewes Performing Arts alumni, Anubis Finch, has won an award on the back of her app...
Three East Sussex College Hastings students have been included in the 24-man squad for the 2021/22 AoC Sport England Colleges men’s football team.
Eastbourne Youth Radio (EYR) returned to air for its 21st edition last week, and it proved to be another successf...
WorldSkills gold medallist and East Sussex College alumni Kaiya Swain spoke to students studying Business & Service Industries.
East Sussex College is proud to be sponsoring the Health & Public Service Apprentice of the Year Award at the Sussex Apprenticeship Awards.
For the ninth consecutive year, East Sussex College Lewes students celebrated success in the prestigious Royal Opera House Design Challenge.
The mural was inspired by Marianne North. Marianne was a well-known botanical painter in the 1800s who travelled the world in search of rare flowers and plants.
Modern Foreign Languages tutor Liz Long, from ESC Lewes, recently welcomed Japanese university students from Ibaraki University in Tokyo
Students and staff came together at East Sussex College Eastbourne, Lewes and Hastings campuses last week, to remember the fallen servicemen and women.
Not only are host families providing a comfortable and friendly home for students who may be experiencing culture shock and homesickness, they are also unofficial ambassadors for the UK