South West College hosts virtual open days
South West College (SWC) is set to welcome prospective students and their parents to an exciting range of virtual open days for full-time and apprenticeship courses starting in September 2021.
The virtual open days will take the format of interactive online webinars with a live Q&A function and will be hosted live on You Tube Premiere. Students are encouraged to pre-register for the events and should log on to the college’s website at www.swc.ac.uk to attend the virtual events.
South West College Open Days are a highlight in the academic calendar and are an opportunity for prospective students, their family and friends to explore the college’s wide range of internationally recognised courses first-hand and to help them better understand the range of career opportunities and pathways available to them, helping them to make better, informed choices.
With the college’s brand new Erne Campus in Enniskillen set to welcome students from September 2021, there has never been a more exciting time to enrol.
The Higher Education at Home Virtual Open Days will explore the college’s range of Higher Education and Higher-Level Apprenticeship programmes.
They will take place from 5.30-6:30pm on February 8-10 and are suitable for A level or Leaving Cert learners.
Monday’s Open Day will explore courses from the School of Health and Social care, Business Management and Specialist Education, Tourism, Hospitality and Hair and Beauty.
Tuesday’s event will cover courses from the School of Sport and Life Sciences, the Natural and Built Environment and Creative Arts. On Wednesday, prospective students will learn about courses from the college’s School of Engineering, Mathematics and Computing and Automotive and Electrical programmes.
Further Education and Apprenticeship Open Days will run from February 22-24 from 5:30-6:30pm each day and are aimed at GCSE learners. On Monday’s Open Day, students will explore courses from the School of Health and Social care, Business Management and Specialist Education, Tourism Hospitality and Hair and Beauty. Tuesday’s event will cover courses from the School of Sport and Life Sciences, the Natural and Built Environment and Creative Arts. On Wednesday prospective students will learn about courses from the college’s schools of Engineering, Mathematics and Computing and Automotive and Electrical programmes.
Students should log on to the college’s website - www.swc.ac.uk - to register for and attend all the virtual events.
Higher Level Apprenticeships and apprenticeship programmes will be covered each evening.
Each day, prospective students will get to meet course teams and hear about the range of courses and pathways available at the college.
For students who are unsure about which path to take, the college’s Careers Team can offer free impartial advice and are available by appointment. Careers advisors can be contacted via email.
The contact for Enniskillen Campus is Nichola Melanaphy at Nichola.Melanaphy@swc.ac.uk
The Open Days will showcase the college’s extensive range of Further and Higher Education programmes and apprenticeships.
So, whether you’re leaving school and coming to college for the first time, looking to start an apprenticeship, or taking a step towards university or employment, SWC can support you every step of the way on your unique and prosperous journey.