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The big bang event

Wednesday, 20 March, 2013 - 10:00 to 15:00

The College offers Science and Engineering qualifications up to degree level, and also runs GCSE Maths classes for adult learners in the evenings and Saturday mornings.

The Engineering-related curriculum is vocationally oriented with breadth and depth from Entry Level up to Level 3, with Higher National and Foundation degree programmes across mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering.

Construction and Building Services courses offer progression up to BSc (Hons), and Automotive students can follow Apprenticeship programmes up to Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships.

The College is keen to place Level 3 students in local science-based industries – to the benefit of employer and employee. Industry sectors engaged with include manufacturing, process engineering, ports, and the energy sector (including nuclear).

For more information about the College’s STEM-related courses, call the information Centre on 01284 716333, email info or log on to  

Biodiversity, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Construction/ Industry, Electronics, Environmental Science, Evolution, Food, General Science, Information, Materials Science, Maths, Medicine/ Healthcare, Nature, Physics, Social Science, Space Science, Sport Science, Technology and Topical Science
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11–14 year olds, 14–16 year olds, 16–18 year olds and 18+
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