OCVC - Oxford & Cherwell Valley College September Enrollment

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It’s not too late – that’s the message from OCVC which is running a series of advice and guidance days for late enrollers.

It’s not too late – that’s the message from OCVC which is running a series of advice and guidance days for late enrollers.

Sessions organised by OCVC run each day until next Friday (September 14) at the college campuses in Broughton Road, Banbury and Oxpens Road, Oxford. The sessions run between 10am and 12pm and 2pm and 4pm each day.

There is no need to book for the advice and guidance sessions, just come along and ask to speak to a Customer Services Adviser. Interviews and enrolment can still be completed in time to start this September, with enrolment sessions running at both campuses on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 5pm and 7pm.

OCVC offers a broad range of full and part-time courses for school leavers as well as for those of any age looking to develop new skills or get into employment.
Find out more on 01865 550550.

OCVC provides further education training in Oxfordshire for thousands of students who have turned their lives around with OCVC learning.

OCVC offer a wide range of full and part-time courses from entry to degree level, a range of learning for leisure courses, bespoke employer training, and courses which will help the unemployed get back into work. Oxford and Cherwell Valley College have a friendly and supportive environment where students can make friends, enjoy life as they learn, and enhance their employability, confidence and communication skills alongside their qualification.
OCVC's campuses are located in the ancient university city of Oxford and on the edge of a picturesque

Cotswolds market town. The specialist centre in Bicester is based in the heart of the not-so-famous “Motorsport Valley”. Small class sizes in a creative and diverse environment make it a good choice for students eschewing university to achieve their HE qualification.

OCVC has campuses in Bicester, Banbury and in Oxford city. Where students will be taught depends on the course they decide to study, but all campuses are well placed. Oxford and Banbury campuses are within walking distance of their historic centres, and Bicester is at the heart of 'Motorsport valley' offering the full motorsports experience to engineering students.

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