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Prospective students are invited to Croydon University Centre’s Taster Week next week.

Taking place between Monday 10 May and Friday 14 May, there will be the opportunity  to take part in mini lecture sessions by academics, find out about finance, student support and more. Those attending will also be able to chat to current students to get an idea of student life at Croydon University Centre.

The Taster Week is free to attend and open to anyone thinking about doing a university degree or higher education course from September 2021, and the sessions are a great way to find if Croydon University Centre is the right fit for you.

You can attend all sessions or select the ones you are most interested in. The programme for the week is as follows:

Monday 10 May – BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies, BA (Hons) Public Health & Social Care

Tuesday 11 May – BSc Adult Nursing, Teacher Training: Diploma in Education and Training

Wednesday 12 May – BA Business & Management, HNC Business & Management

Thursday 13 May – HNC Construction; HNC Engineering (Mechanical)

Friday 14 May – BA (Hons) Criminology, Psychology & Social Justice

Throughout the week there will also be the opportunity to talk to the University Centre’s Finance, Student Support and Admissions teams at Advice and Support sessions.

Head of Higher Education, Miemie Neethling-Taylor, said: “We are very excited to be able to offer prospective students the chance to meet our lecturers and get a feel for the different courses we have on offer.

“It is so important to choose the right course but also the right place to study to ensure your best chances of a fulfilling career. We look forward to meeting prospective students at the Taster Week.”

To book your place at our free virtual Taster Sessions, click here. To view our interactive programme, please click here.

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