Ever fancied working or studying in the great outdoors?
Duchy College Rosewarne (part of The Cornwall College Group) is one of the leading land-based colleges in the country and will be throwing open its doors next week (20th July) to give prospective students the chance to explore the options available to them and get advice about their future career.
Experts from agriculture, animal management, countryside, floristry, horticulture, land-based engineering & construction plant and veterinary nursing will be on hand between 5pm and 7.30pm; giving people of all ages the opportunity to find out more about the specialist courses on offer, take a tour and see the great facilities, meet current students and find out about student life, and seek advice on transport, finance and student support.
Head of Duchy College Rosewarne, Carol Knight, said: “We have excellent facilities, expert teaching staff and we have been rated as ‘good’ by Ofsted this year; there has never been a better time to find out more about the courses we offer at Duchy College. Our courses are designed to make learning work, which means we equip our students with the qualifications and the experience they need to progress into their chosen career.”
Duchy College Rosewarne is situated on a working farm in 47 hectares of beautiful grounds. If you study with the land-based college you could be relaxing with friends in The Nest, the campus common room, pursuing horticulture research within its national plant collection or studying bearded dragons, snakes, pigs, tortoises and many other creatures in its state-of-the-art animal management centre.
“We offer an open door policy at Duchy College Rosewarne and welcome learners of all ages to come and study with us full-time, part-time or on a leisurely programme if you fancy pursuing a new hobby. Those that come along on the evening, I look forward to meeting you.”