North East Scotland College open day moves online
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North East Scotland College’s is preparing to welcome prospective students to its first online open day.
The Fraserburgh Campus is hosting the virtual event on Tuesday, May 19 from 4-7pm.
The move online follows the postponement of the planned open day in March due to the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The City Campus and Altens Campus dates went ahead as scheduled prior to restrictions being implemented.
Participants are invited to drop in virtually to view all that the Fraserburgh Campus has to offer and to be guided by members of the lecturing and support teams, who will be available to provide advice and answer any questions on courses or life at college.
Neil Cowie, NESCol principal, said: “We are passionate about giving every individual the best chance to fulfil their potential in an engaging and supportive learning environment.
“The virtual open day is an excellent opportunity for our teams to showcase the college and ensure prospective students have the guidance they need to make the right choice for their future.
"Whilst the college’s buildings are closed, our work continues and we look forward to welcoming everyone who joins this online event.
“As NESCol continues to innovate across the curriculum, bringing new subjects and progressive opportunities for students, there are wonderful possibilities waiting to be explored.
"With applications open for the new academic year, our team are on hand to support students as they take the important next steps towards a bright and fulfilling future.
"The virtual open day will feature a variety of ways to engage with college teams, including live chat and a call-back option.”
To register visit https://www.nescol.ac.uk/fraserburgh-campus-virtual-open-day/