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Still confused about college courses?

Published: May 2, 2019

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n September, less than 4 months away, new college cohorts nationwide will start their career journey with anticipation. With the wealth of information available it is paramount that students choose their next step to suit them as an individual.

 

Duchy College Rosewarne are hosting their last course advice event of this academic year on Thursday 9th May, 5pm until 7.30pm, to help any students who are still unsure about their career path, want to learn a new trade or enhance a skill or would like to do something for themselves. Prospective students are invited to explore the campus and talk to experienced lecturers on their preferred courses.

 

Within the boundaries of Rosewarne’s beautiful 100 acre estate students can choose to study a range of land based subjects including agricultural engineering, agriculture, animal management, conservation, construction plant, floristry, horticulture and vet nursing. In the last three years Duchy College Rosewarne has also grown to include HE (Higher Education) courses in health, teaching, social sciences and counselling.

 

Head of College, Carol Knight, said the event will be a “perfect opportunity for people to learn about the many ways in which they can achieve their goals”.

 

“Students have to stay in education until they are 18, although that doesn’t have to be at a school sixth form. They have the choice of a college course or apprenticeship and this event will help them with that decision making process.”

 

Carol outlined the range of incredible resources at Duchy College Rosewarne, including state-of-the-art dog grooming and animal management facilities.

 

Duchy College Rosewarne offers a wide range of courses types and progression routes, starting at entry-level and continuing right up to degree-level study, and there are numerous options to study on full- and part-time courses as well as NVQ and Apprenticeship qualifications.

 

“I would advise those looking into their options for further study this September to come to our event and find out more,” Carol continued.

 

“Friendly and knowledgeable advisors will be on hand to offer insights on all aspects of college life including courses, study programmes, transport, accommodation, student services, learning support, Cornwall College’s excellent Students’ Union and numerous sporting activities.”

 

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