Saturday 16th November 2019
Saturday 25th January 2020
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Wednesday 1st July 2020
Tuesday 26th November 2019
Tuesday 21st January 2020
Saturday 21st March 2020
Saturday 27th June 2020
|Saturday 16th November 2019||10.30 – 12.30pm (last entry 12pm)|
|Saturday 25th January 2020||10.30 – 12.30pm (last entry 12pm)|
|Tuesday 24th March 2020||5.30 – 7.30pm (last entry 7pm)|
|Wednesday 1st July 2020||4.00 – 6.00pm (last entry 5.30pm)|
Which Huddersfield Centre?
Access to Higher Education, Higher Education, Art and Design, Business and Enterprise, Childhood Studies, Computing, English and Maths, ESOL, Foundation Learning, Hair and Beauty, Health and Social Care, Hospitality and Catering, Media, Music and Performance, Public and Uniformed Services, Science, Sport and Travel and Tourism.
Engineering Centre – Off St. Andrews Road, Huddersfield
Engineering, Motor Vehicle, Welding, Fabrication
Storage and Logistics, Process Manufacturing
Brunel Centre– Off Leeds Road, Huddersfield
Brickwork, Plastering, Joinery, Electrical, Plumbing
Animal Care, Land Based
|Tuesday 26th November 2019||5.30 – 7.30pm (last entry 7pm)|
|Tuesday 21st January 2020||5.30 – 7.30pm (last entry 7pm)|
|Saturday 21st March 2020||10.30 – 12.30pm (last entry 12pm)|
|Saturday 27th June 2020||10.30 – 12.30pm (last entry 12pm)|
Which Dewsbury Centre?
Access to HE, Art and Design, Business and Enterprise, Childhood Studies, Computing and ICT, English and maths, ESOL, Foundation Learning, Health and Social Care, Motor Vehicle, Public Services, Science and Sport.
Hair and Beauty (more subject areas will be open soon)
Open Day top tips
- Make sure to check which centre you will need to attend for the course you are interested in studying in.
- We recommend you spend a good hour on your open day visit. This will give you enough time to talk to curriculum staff as well as have a look around our facilities.
- You might find it helpful to make a list of any questions that you have before coming to an open day. Don’t be embarrassed to bring a pen and paper to write down answers.
- If you are a school leaver it is useful to bring a parent/carer with you. They will help you remember things, and may have questions of their own.
- Check the entry requirements for the course you are interested in studying.
- If you receive additional learning support (ALS) in school then don’t forget to visit the ALS team, they will ensure that we pick up that support in college.