Courses starting at City of Wolverhampton College in September are proving so popular that enrolment has been opened early to enable new students to secure their place for the new academic year.
The college offers over 300 full-time and part-time courses, as well as university-level higher education programmes, and apprenticeships to enable people to combine working for an employer with studying for a recognised qualification.
Prospective students can browse the range of qualifications on the college website, apply for their chosen course online, have a virtual or face-to-face interview with a member of the college’s admissions team and be guided through the next stage of the enrolment process.
In a further boost, students who have been offered a place to study at the college from September are being invited to on-site discovery events, enabling them to meet tutors and classmates, see the college facilities and take part in a range of subject-specific activities.
Louise Fall, vice principal for student engagement, said: “Our enrolment usually takes place after GCSE and A Level results in August however due to the cancellation of exams as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we are giving prospective students an early opportunity to secure their place to study with us well in advance and take the first steps to defining their future, whichever sector they want to work in.”
Anyone unsure about which course or level of study to choose can book an appointment with the college’s award-winning careers team by emailing CareersGuidanceTeam@wolvcoll.ac.uk
Get details of all courses and qualifications offered by the college here