Milton Keynes College Advisory Days
Multiple dates from Thursday, August 22nd to Sunday, August 25th
Whether you have done better than expected, or haven’t quite achieved the results you were hoping for on GCSE Results Day – don’t panic! We will be here to help across three days, ready to sort out your route in September in one swift visit. Our curriculum staff will be available to chat with, as well as careers advisors, our apprenticeship team, and student services.
Thursday 22nd August - 9am - 7pm
Friday 23rd / Tuesday 27th - 10am -4pm
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Chaffron Way Campus, Woughton Campus West
The event runs from 9:00am to 7:00pm on the following dates.
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