Students share what they love about Eastleigh College
Ahead of Valentine’s Day this weekend, students from Eastleigh College have shared what they love most about the College. We asked students to name one thing that they loved about Eastleigh College, and we received a variety of answers including:
- Refectory food
- … and more!
For students who have just left school, going to college can be a new and exciting chapter in your life and a pivotal step towards your future. Although it is vital to apply for a course that interests you and will help you achieve your career goals, there is much more to learn at College than your course curriculum.
You will meet new people, make new friends, and have the chance to be involved in a whole host of new activities and opportunities. You will learn how to manage your own time, be responsible for your own projects and gain a new sense of independence.
Eastleigh College is here to support you along the way and make sure you have the best college experience during your time here!
We are holding another open event next month on Wednesday 22nd March from 4.30pm, and we welcome you to attend to meet our tutors and ask any questions you have about our courses and the college as a whole.
Please feel free to contact our friendly advisers at any time for enquiries regarding studying at Eastleigh College and applying for a course.
Do something you love this year – whether that be start a new course, make new friends or launch your career!
Happy Valentine’s Day
From everyone at Eastleigh College
Eastleigh College Confirms COVID-19 Cases
At midday on Thursday 19 November we were made aware of eight confirmed COVID-19 cases amongst College learners. Based on the information supplied in seven of these cases there has been possible transmission linked to attendance at the College. In addition two staff members are required to self-isolate whilst seeking tests. Through our seating and group plans we have been able to quickly identify any learner(s) who were in proximity to the affected learners and all identified learners have been contacted in advance of this information being posted online and through social media. The College has also made contact with the parents, guardians or carers of these individuals where they are under 18, or under 25 and have an Education Health and Care Plan. Read more.
National recognition for careers and enterprise innovation
Eastleigh College has been commended by the Association of Colleges for the careers and progression support it provides to learners by being shortlisted for this year’s Beacon Awards. This recognition highlights the outstanding work of the college’s career and work readiness team, and other staff across the college who are dedicated to ensure learners are fully aware of the opportunities available to them.