JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS:At clearing, you still get choices; YOUR FUTURE.
At the University of Central England (UCE) you'll find we have a diverse range of career-oriented courses still available.
And the dedicated team of expert advisers is ready to help you make an informed choice that will set you on the path to realising your life's ambitions.
They can help you with plenty of other issues from how to apply and student finance, to child-care, disability services, and other student support available.
UCE is a large, established university where around 24,000 students choose to study.
With a friendly, welcoming approach to all students, it's a great place to study. On offer is a range of innovative full- and part-time courses in a number of disciplines, from foundation to first and higher degree level - and many are still open for enrolment.
You can choose from art and design, built environment, business, computing and IT, education/teacher training, English, information studies, engineering, law and social sciences, music or health and community care.
The courses are taught by friendly, approachable staff, in modern, well- equipped surroundings.
There are eight teaching sites, all located just 15 minutes from the city centre.
All courses relate theory to real life situations and our strong links with industry, commerce, the professions and practising artists ensure that courses are professionally relevant and reflect ever-changing practice.
In fact, many include a period of work placement. So it's not surprising that UCE graduates are highly employable.
So why not telephonel the clearing hotline now on 0121 331 6777 or visit the website at www.uce.ac.uk.
Alternatively, go along to one of the UCE open days on Saturday August 21 from 10am to 4pm and Wednesday August 25 from 10am to 6pm.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Aug 19, 2004|
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