News: Plumpton College Information Morning

Posted on 10th February 2016

Plumpton College is hosting a course Information Morning, Saturday, 5th March.  Prospective students can find out more about what the College offers at this event, including the wide range of successful land based courses, made to measure courses, training opportunities and apprenticeships.  The rural sector needs thousands of new entrants in the coming years to become more highly skilled and technologically advanced, while offering a better paid and rewarding career.  So this could be the perfect decision to make about getting on track for an exciting career choice.

 

The college is pleased to welcome more students than ever from non-farming backgrounds, as well as a higher percentage of female students and those with excellent academic qualifications.  Education at the college stretches from the 14-16 school programmes through post 16 school entry and introductory levels, Diploma courses at Levels 2 and 3 to Foundation Degree, the BSc Degree level provision to the unique Master’s Degree in Wine, and offers an inclusive programme for everyone. Student provision includes accommodation on campus at the main college location in the centre of the South Downs National Park, a range of bursaries and loans, subsided transport within Sussex, pastoral provision and a lively social calendar.

 

At the information morning , College staff will help with course choices and the application process, as well as offer information about student support, subsided transport across Sussex, loans, finance and careers.  There will be an opportunity to speak with specialist academic and support staff, along with current students.  Visitors can then take a tour of department student facilities as well as student accommodation on campus.  This information morning is aimed to be as helpful as possible to enquirers, so pre-booking is needed.   Contact Plumpton College for more information or a copy of the College prospectus, t  01273 890454, or visit the website, www.plumpton.ac.uk

 

Kind regards Shan Dexter | publicity | Plumpton College | t:+44 (0)1273 892034 | e: shan.dexter@plumpton.ac.uk Plumpton College | Ditchling Road | Plumpton | Nr Lewes | East Sussex | BN7 3AE

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