The University of Bedfordshire will be offering advice and guidance to potential students at the MK Job Show on 14-15 September 14 and 15.
As well as sponsoring the event in The Centre: MK on Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15, staff will be on hand to offer advice on studying at the University. This year, visitors can also find out more about the possibilities of starting a new course in February.
The university’s admissions team will be able to sign visitors up to courses if they bring their qualifications with them on the day.
The university will also be running two seminars during the event.
These are ‘Routes into Nursing & Healthcare’ on Friday at noon and ‘University?? Yes you can!’ on Saturday at noon.
There will also be a chance to speak to other local employers, including BT, Milton Keynes Council, Central Bedfordshire Council, Milton Keynes Theatre, Santander and West Midlands Railway.
Assistant director of recruitment and admissions David Seaton said: “We are delighted to be supporting this event once again. We are looking forward to meeting potential students and providing them with the necessary information around the benefits of studying at Bedfordshire and future career opportunities.
“Our student engagement team will be on hand throughout the event to speak to visitors on a one-to-one basis and provide information on our courses.
“We also have a selection of courses starting as early as February, so if you already have the necessary qualifications, we may be able to offer you a place on the spot.”
Find out more about the MK Job Show at www.mkjobshow.co.uk