Drop in and say hello.
This week, the Glasgow seat of learning are holding two drop-in student advisory open days.
There's no need to book a time - just drop in to the college's city campus anytime between 1pm and 4pm today, or from 10am until 2pm on Saturday.
You can speak to lecturers from the five departments: Engineering; Music and Creative Industries; Science and Health; Management, and Computing.
Staff will also be able to provide information on funding, finance and childcare.
Full-time courses start at Stow on August 25, and there are still opportunities for everyone.
New courses for the 2008/09 session include HND Professional Stage Dance, HNC Technical Theatre; NQ Business and Accounting; HND Information Technology; Dip HE in Computer Animation and Multimedia; Entrepreneurship in the Music Industry, and HND Events Management.
Stow have the most extensive range of Access courses in Scotland. These are specifically designed to encourage adults who may have left school without formal qualifications to return to learning.
Successful completion of an Access course guarantees students a place on a wide range of HNC, HND or university degree courses.
For more information on Stow courses, including content, duration and progression routes, check out the college website at www.stow.ac.uk or contact Learner Services on 0844 249 8585.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Aug 6, 2008|
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