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Cirencester College open evening

GCSEs are over for the year and Cirencester College is holding an open evening next week.

The event on June 30 is aimed at students gathering information about the subjects they are interested in now they have finished school.

The event is a good opportunity to meet lecturers and students and get a better feel for the unique atmosphere of Cirencester College.

There will be lots of opportunities to attend a subject talk from the range of subject choices at the college.

Besides finding out about the breadth of subjects at the college, there is also an opportunity to book talks for Why Choose Cirencester College? and find out more about the High Achievers' Academy by booking on to one of those talks.

Lecturers will be running talks half hourly, which are available to book now.

Students can book an advice and guidance appointment with one of the college's guidance tutors. Academic and learning support teams and the apprenticeship team are also available for appointments.

The event takes place from 5pm to 8pm on Thursday, June 30.

Book your place at the open evening here. 

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