March Open Event - postponed
Eastleigh College continues to comply with Public Health England (PHE) guidance around coronavirus, to minimise risk to learners, staff and the wider community. In line with this guidance, this week’s Open Event which was due to take place on Thursday 19th March has been postponed.
We will still be providing a supportive service and are offering telephone calls as an alternative to meeting our teaching industry experts in person. In order to request a call back where we would be happy to discuss any specific questions you may have, please click here. You will then be contacted to arrange a suitable time.
Applications for full time and part time courses and apprenticeships are still being processed and interviews and information sessions for applicants will still be held via Skype or telephone.
We are still taking applications for 2020 enrolments, and these can be made online.
If you’d still like to visit us
We run several Open Events throughout the year, so your will still have the opportunity to visit the College, meet our experienced teams and current students, as well as see our industry-standard facilities.
Anyone previously registered on our postponed March Open Event will automatically be registered for our upcoming Open Event on Monday 8th June, 4:30-7pm.
In addition, you can take a virtual look around - click here to view College facilities with our 360 virtual experience.
If you have any specific enquiries or would like to find out more about our courses and apprenticeships, or have questions about your application please contact our Information, Advice & Guidance team on 023 8091 1298 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
We strive to remain operational, prioritising those who are applying for or studying courses and apprenticeships leading to professional and technical qualifications.
As the coronavirus situation develops, we will provide updated information via a link on our homepage.
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