MK College Open Evening
Choosing the right place of study is just as important as choosing the right level and course. So come along to an open event at Milton Keynes College and see first-hand why it is the best choice for you.
Throughout the evening, you’ll have the chance to:
- Take a tour of our purpose-built, multi-million-pound facilities
- Hear it direct from our current students why they chose to study here and what it’s been like so far
- Meet your course tutors and find out more about the course
Be sure to come along to one of our upcoming open events, see each event for the courses covered and register for each event if you would like to attend both. The next open days are:
Tuesday 15th November 5.30pm to 8pm: Chaffron Way Campus (Register)
Thursday 17th November 5.30pm to 8pm: Bletchley Campus (Register)
You can find out more about the open events on the Milton Keynes College website.
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