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It’s time to start your journey to Amazing. Whether you are looking to study a particular course or a programme that gives you a route into your dream career, at The Manchester College we will work together to find you the best journey to your Amazing! We want you to reach your full potential, so you’ll find us fully committed to supporting you throughout your time at the college.
We offer a huge range of vocational programmes, A levels and Apprenticeships at all levels through to degree courses, allowing you to successfully follow the pathway to your dream career whilst achieving recognised qualifications. Start your journey to Amazing, in the amazing city of Manchester with state-of-the-art facilities and fantastic leisure facilities to keep body and brain active.
The Manchester College Beach Party
Friday 12th & Saturday 13th August 10:00 - 4:00 Albert Square, Manchester
To celebrate summer we are hosting an amazing Beach Party in Albert Square in partnership with Key 103. This fantastic and totally free event in the heart of our city is going to be packed with everything you need to start your journey to amazing with The Manchester College. Plus there’ll be an amazing amount of fun, prizes and food! Fashion shows, with BooHoo and Pretty Green, silent disco and man-made beach, pit stop challenge, driving simulator, zorbing pool and nachos and mocktails on us!
If all that was not enough to get you down to Albert Square if you register today and join us at the beach, you could also win a digital hamper packed with everything you need for college, an Apple Watch, £150 of iTunes vouchers and loads of The Manchester College goodies! The only thing that’s missing is you! Register today at our registration page
Earlier this month, Kevin Crompton from blind charity; Henshaws for the Blind visited our Health & Social Care Leve… https://t.co/1kj6kURLlq
Earlier this month, Kevin Crompton from blind charity; Henshaws for the Blind visited our Health & Social Care Level 3 Year 1 students. Kevin gave the students an insight into how it may feel to be blind, talking about his own personal experience and offering interactive activities so students could experience the barriers a blind person experiences. He also showed the groups how he and his guide dog work together – and told the group how having a guide dog has changed his life enabling him to work.