It’s not too late to apply: Fast-track your future in 3 simple steps

Wed 08 Jul 2015

Milton Keynes College is offering prospective students the chance to fast-track their future this summer so they can take the next step in their career or University aspirations.

To make the process as straightforward as possible, the College will provide free careers advice at application drop-in evenings and post-exam advisory days at its Chaffron Way and Bletchley campuses throughout the summer. In addition the College will have a presence at key community events as part of our #MKCollegeTour15.

Setting out on the road to studying a full-time or part-time course at Milton Keynes College can begin today with these three simple steps: -

- Talk to us – help us find out more about you so we can help you choose the right path
- Apply – we’ll guide you through the process of completing all the paperwork and assessments, leading into an interview
- Start in September – the 2015/16 academic term is rapidly approaching so make sure you’re at the front of the queue

The dedicated application drop-in evenings will take place between 3.30pm and 6.30pm, running on Tuesdays from 14th July at Chaffron Way and on Thursdays from 16th July at Bletchley. Later in the summer, three planned advisory days will be focused more on helping students react quickly to their GCSE results and will take place on the 20th, 21st and 24th August.

Thanks to unique links with local and national employers, MK College has developed a range of courses designed to prepare learners for long and successful careers, reflecting the skills in demand from commercial industries. By building a strong team of passionate expert teaching staff with first-hand experience in their subject areas, MK College is providing students with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their chosen pathways.

With a range of full-time and part-time courses for all levels and ambitions, including higher education and apprenticeships, students completing their courses at MK College are taking great steps to ensure their skills for the workplace.

And in today’s fast-moving, ever-changing world, getting a head start could make the all the difference in securing that future.

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