Heart of Worcestershire College is the biggest further education institute in Worcestershire County with campuses in Redditch, Malvern, Worcester, and Bromsgrove. The college was founded in 2014 and specialises in vocational programs. They have a student population of more than 15,000 students. Heart of Worcestershire College provides a range of different programs including further education courses, apprenticeships, traineeships, higher education courses as well as professional programs for employers, and leisure programs. Their campuses have state-of-the-art facilities including its motorcycle workshops, learning resource centres, green studios, games design rooms, art and design studios, photography studios, TV studios, and more. Additionally, every year they host the Further Education Awards which celebrate and highlight students who achieve great things.
Types of Programs They Run
Heart of Worcestershire College has a wide range of programs to choose from including further education programs, higher education courses, traineeships, apprenticeships, leisure courses, and professional programs for employers. They cover a diverse set of topics including IT, computing, languages, hair, beauty, human resources, media production, marketing, games design, digital media, business, management, construction, design, art, leadership, performing arts, makeup for theatre and film, early years education, fitness, sport, social work, science, tourism, teacher training and more. Some of these programs can also be completed on a part-time basis.
Those interested in studying at Heart of Worcestershire College can apply directly on their website. To do this, visit the website and navigate to the webpage of your chosen course. Then, scroll down until you see the apply button. This will automatically redirect you to an online application form to fill out. Once you have filled this out completely, you can submit it for review by the college’s admissions team. They will review your application and revert back to you in the weeks following with their decision.
The college does not have its own dedicated student housing; however, the admissions team can advise you on suitable options that are in close proximity to the campus you are studying on.
Scholarships and Financial Support
Heart of Worcestershire College has a number of financial supports available to help students. Some of these include the 16-18 Bursary Fund, the 19+ Learner Support, the Care to Learn Scheme as well as free meals and the advanced learner loans. For further information, visit the Heart of Worcestershire College website. Here you will see details on how to apply and the entry criteria for each bursary.
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