People wanting to sign up for courses starting at City of Wolverhampton College in September can still apply online, even though its campuses are currently closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The college offers over 300 full-time and part-time courses for school leavers and adults, 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.
Admissions tutors will be processing online applications as normal, however rather than prospective students attending college for an interview, they will now be contacted by phone.
Malcolm Cowgill, principal of the college, said: “Whilst the college campuses are currently closed, we’re still very much open for business online.
“People can find details of all our courses – including entry criteria, what they will learn, the skills they will gain and where they can progress after completing their qualification – on our website and we look forward to welcoming our new students to the college in September.”
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