Open morning will show how Havant & South Downs College can help you achieve your goals
Havant & South Downs College is opening its doors to you on Saturday November 9 from 10am-1pm – so come along and see for yourself how we can help you achieve your goals.
Our open morning will be held at both of our campuses. Whether it’s A Levels, a vocational course, a T Level or an apprenticeship you are interested in, this is the perfect chance to choose the right pathway for you.
With a pass rate of 97% and 54% of our students achieving A*-B or equivalent, we know what you need to succeed. We’ll have our careers experts and lecturers on hand to talk you through your options and help you identify how to get the most out of your education.
Based at our South Downs campus, vocational courses give you the opportunity to apply what you learn in practical ‘hands-on’ situations. You’ll also improve your independent study skills and develop your communication and teamwork skills.
The new T Levels have also been launched on this campus with Early Years & Childhood, Digital and Construction routes available from Sept 2020.
Maybe you are eager to enter the world of work? With an apprenticeship you can earn while you learn in a setting that reflects your long-term career aspirations. Not only that, you’ll have the support of your work-based trainer who will work with you and your employer to ensure you get the most out of your apprenticeship.
Or come and visit our A Level Centre of Excellence, based at our Havant campus. A Levels are great for progression on to higher education, with many of our students going on to study at Oxford, Cambridge and other Russell Group universities.
What’s more, our A Levels give you more contact time per week, per subject than any other colleges in the local area, giving you even more valuable time with your expert lecturers.
We want the best from our students, which is why we’re adapting our A Level timetable to fit with your body clock. Academic research shows that teenagers experience changes to their circadian rhythms – this means that not only do they need more sleep, they also naturally wake up and go to sleep later, so our A Level lessons now start at 10am.
Please come along to our open morning on Saturday November 10 at both our Havant and South Downs campuses. It’s your life, your future – and at every stage we will be here to listen, advise and support your choices.
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