L4/Degree open evening Weds 20thSept from 5.30pm
Mid-Week Open Evenings start with a presentation in the lecture theatre at 5:30pm. Our tutors will be available after the presentation to answer any questions you may have. You will also have the chance to take a tour of the building. Our Mid-Week Open Evenings vary by level, so make sure that you check the evening you register for is the correct level.
Study at the UK’s only Samsung Digital Academy with state-of-the-art learning environment, in partnership with Digital Skills Solutions. Kitted out with the latest Samsung devices from VR Goggles, Smart Watches, to a TV and Xbox for practical and vocational training.
We deliver a range of exciting, interactive, software development courses that not only teach the basic understanding of digital technologies but can also improve coding skills in HTML, Java and even learn Samsung’s own coding language, Tizen.
1.You'll miss Netflix© ICS / VSO / Jack Howson‘You see the latestOrange is the New Black?’
No mate. Too busy living my best life.2. The food will be grim© ICS / Y Care / Javier AcebalThough this tasty rice dish from Senegal would hit the spot I guess.3. You'll miss your mates© ICS / Raleigh / Andrew AitchisonBecause shared experiences in a new countryhavenever led to new friendships?4. What about your family?© ICS / Y Care / Javier AcebalExcept you'll live with a host familywho'llwelcome you into their home.
Why choose Tru Experience Travel? The answer is simple, we are you, we have been where you are now, planning our Volunteer and Gap Year experience abroad , we know how you are feeling. Whether is 1 week or 1 year we are here to share our findings and understandings with you, giving you the insight and wisdom that will enable you to travel the world and get the most out of all we have to offer.
It’s the time of year when many of our school-age volunteers start to plan their summer holidays – which may include signing up for volunteer programmes abroad. While working to help a community, an individual or the environment, you as a volunteer also benefit - whether you’re learning a new language, becoming a qualified diver, or improving soft skills such as team building and presenting.
It goes without saying that if you want a career in sports, that it’s no longer just enough to have a passion for it.
The question is, how do you get the industry-recognised qualifications and proven track record of work experience that you need to gain a competitive edge, and ultimately become an outstanding coach or educator?
Our foundation degree in Sports Coaching and Physical Education - designed specifically to create the next generation of professional sports coaches - is the answer to just that.
The property industry is in desperate need of young talented professionals with the aptitude to become the next generation of leaders and experts in their field. Not going to Uni could be one of the best decisions you make in your journey to achieving this. Becoming a Chartered Surveyor is not easy - there’s no doubting that. However, working whilst you learn could place you well ahead of the competition and give you the leverage to boost your career at an early stage.
Are you aiming to make your mark in the world’s greatest game?
Are you 16-18 years old and based in London or Essex?
If the answers are ‘yes’, look no further than SCL’s variety of football academy study programmes - delivered in partnership with the West Ham United Foundation!
About the programmes
These unique 2-year, full-time courses will give you the opportunity to develop your academic abilities through studying a variety of nationally-recognised qualifications managed by SCL, including:
There are the simple (and effective!) options like bake sales, ticketed events and raffles, but thinking out of the box can generate some fantastic results as well.Putting the ‘fun’ back into ‘fundraising’
Moustache Madness:George Baxter, 18, bought stick on moustaches for 30p each and sold them for £2.50 to students and lecturers at his university. Those who purchased a facial adornment had to wear them all day! In the end, George raised nearly £500, and said: