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Young people approaching the end of school and still unsure of their next steps, job seekers wanting to improve their employment prospects, or people just looking to change pathways and learn a new skill can find out about our range of courses at City of Wolverhampton College’s open evening next Wednesday.

The college’s three campuses – Paget Road in Compton, Wellington Road in Bilston, and Metro One in the city centre – will be open for people to learn more about the wide range of full and part time courses on offer on the 11th of May from 4pm-7pm.

If any help or guidance is needed there will be tutors on-hand to talk to potential students about A Levels, beauty therapy, business and administration, computing and IT, construction, counselling, early years, engineering, hairdressing, health and social care, hospitality and catering, motor vehicle, science,

sport and fitness, teaching and education, travel and tourism and uniformed public services.

Visitors can also find out about part-time university-level higher education courses and apprenticeships, which enable people to earn while they learn by combining working for an employer with studying for a recognised qualification at college.

People attending this event will also be able to apply for their chosen course online, have an interview with a member of the college’s admissions teams and, subject to entry criteria, leave with an offer of a place to start their qualification in September.

All campuses will also have information on financial support available to help with course and exam fees, as well as travel, childcare, equipment and meal costs at college.

Anyone unable to attend the open day can find out more about courses and download a prospectus at or call 01902 836000.



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