Solihull College help those who want to progress on to university
Monday, 3 August, 2015

As many students across the region receive their results over the next week Solihull College will be on hand to help students take the next step into Higher Education.

Solihull College has a dedicated clearing team who are on hand to speak with students who wish to attend university in the new academic year but have been unable to secure a place on a programme or have changed their mind about what they would like to study. The team at Solihull College can offer advice and guidance about the options that are available to students.

As well as being able to receive advice students will be able to find out more about the courses available at the college, how to apply through clearing as well as the enrolment process.

Solihull College is also opening its doors for an advice day for students who wish to progress to university. On Tuesday 18th August the college will be welcoming students to offer advice and answer any questions with regards to options available to individuals who wish to continue their education. The advice day will be held at Solihull College’s Blossomfield campus in Solihull between 2pm – 6pm.

Solihull College offers a variety of university level courses including HNC’s, HND’s, Foundation Degrees and Degrees in subjects such as Art, Business, Engineering and Sport and Exercise Science.

With the recent successes of results from the University Centre, including 11 first class honours, at Solihull College it is proving itself to be an excellent place of study for Higher Education.

For more information please visit www.solihull.ac.uk, call 0121 678 7000 and speak with our clearing team or visit the college on 18th August.

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