Glasgow Clyde College has announced its first Open Day of 2024, allowing prospective students to come along and get a taste of what life is like at the college. Glasgow Clyde College’s friendly staff will be on hand to share information on the wide range of courses commencing in August 2024, helping potential students to make an informed decision on what they’d like to study.
The Open Day will also allow attendees to experience the college’s facilities first hand, meet the GCC Student Association, and ask questions about life as a student in the city.
Whether you’re a school leaver or returning to college from work, Glasgow Clyde College would love to welcome you along!
When: Saturday 20 January 2024, 10am-12pm
Where: Glasgow Clyde College, Langside Campus, 50 Prospecthill Road, Glasgow G42 9LB
What: Looking to explore full-time courses in science, sport, education, business, or beauty therapy and so much more? Glasgow Clyde College could be the place for you!
You can find more and register your attendance for the Open Day on 20 January on the college website.
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