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The Arts are a Serious Contender for Career Progression

Date: 11/05/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Hannah Day, Course Team Leader of Arts and Media at Ludlow College has been published in the TES (Times Education Supplement) this week with her article about why the arts sector is still a valid, vibrant and relevant sector both for FE study and for successful progression and employment in the future. The full article is shown below: Make your art department...

Megan Hine (Front row, centre) with the students

Female British Survival Expert Visits Students

Date: 11/05/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

British adventurer, wilderness expedition leader and survival expert Megan Hine gave a talk to students at Ludlow College this week on how she has become one of the leading experts in her field and how world travel can be beneficial for personal development. The students meet on Wednesday lunchtimes to think about, discuss and debate a wide range of topics beyond their AS level courses of study...

Application Packs for Financial Support, Available Now!

Date: 8/05/2015 | Posted by: Keith Roberts

Application packs are now available for current and prospective new students to apply for financial support for next academic year. Packs are available for collection in person from the Student Services office in the Learning Resource Centre, or you can email finance@hlcollege.ac.uk , with your name and address, date of birth and the course you...

Students Kick Off with Cabaret

Date: 12/01/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

After Ludlow College’s production of ‘We Will Rock You’ was a rip-roaring success last summer, students are busy starting up their next production ‘Cabaret’. Originally performed as a Broadway musical in 1966 it was adapted from the play ‘I Am A Camera’ by John van Druten and ‘The Berlin Stories’ by Christopher Isherwood. Whilst on...

Head of Ludlow College Focuses on Student Futures

Date: 25/11/2014 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Ludlow College is launching an ‘Academically More Able’ programme in the coming year to help assist potential students with the transition from school to both A Levels and the High Achiever’s Programme at the College. The recently appointed Head of Ludlow College, Carl Morris, is keen to emphasise the benefits this can have for academically ambitious students. &ldquo...

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