Solihull College offers courses for International students
Wednesday, 10 June, 2015

On Thursday 4th June Solihull College welcomed Principal, Vice Principal and Heads of Department from Changzhou College of Information Technology (CCIT) situated in the Jiangsu Province in China to the College’s Blossomfield Campus in Solihull.

Solihull College Vice Principal Lindsey Stewart welcomed Principal of CCIT, Wang Danzhong to the College. The visitors from Changzhou College also met with Director of Curriculum Sue McGregor, Assistant Principal Fatima Ramji, Senior Director of Employment and Skills Shaun Hindle and Head of School Computing Patrick Geary who introduced the College and spoke about the facilities and courses on offer for students.

CCIT is the first higher vocational information college in Jiangsu Province, China offering a range of courses including Computer Science and Technology, Art and Design and Electronics and Electrical Engineering amongst others. Solihull College is hoping to attract students from CCIT to offer them the chance to study abroad at Solihull College.

The Principal of CCIT along with the Vice Principal and Heads of Department enjoyed a tour of the facilities at Solihull College paying particular attention to the Computing facilities. The visitors also viewed the Art and Design and Health and Social Care facilities as well as the Land Based centre which is homed to a variety of animals at Solihull College.

Solihull College already provides many international students opportunities to enjoy the facilities of the College and study overseas by offering both academic and vocational qualifications. Staff at Solihull College have plenty of experience and expertise in working with International students and can support students with their studies. Students can also take advantage of the self-catering Halls of Residence which is based on site at the Blossomfield Campus.

For more information on the courses available at Solihull College, including those for International students visit www.solihull.ac.uk or call 0121 678 7000.