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Ludlow College Students Get a Helping Hand to Uni.

Date: 24/08/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Three students from Ludlow College have received Caitlin’s Kickstart Awards this year to help them with their university studies starting this autumn. Joe Theodoulou who is going to study a BSc in Geology at Leicester University received a £1,000 award and twin brothers Dan and Alex Clewlow received £800 each towards the costs of their studies of a BA(Hons) in Commercial Music...

A Level Results 2015

Date: 13/08/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Staff, students and parents gathered at Ludlow College for A Level results day. Many students were celebrating successful results, securing places at numerous universities across the country. The College achieved an overall A Level pass rate of 99.6% this year with a 4% increase in A* - B grades. The College's focus is on both achieving outstanding results at the top end and also...

Great British Summertime 'Cake-Off'!

Date: 30/07/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Students from the Level 2 Professional Chef course at Ludlow College joined their fellow catering students at the Hereford Campus earlier this summer to put their baking and creative skills to the test at the ‘Great British Summertime Cake Off’. The competition was run as this year’s Joel Lawrence Memorial Competition, created just over four years ago, the award remembers...

Summer Exhibition 2015

Date: 3/06/2015 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Staff and students are welcoming guests next week to the private view of this year’s summer exhibition, celebrating the work of students studying A Level Photography, Fine Art and Graphics. The ‘Media Studies Oscars’ will also feature during the evening with screenings of final project videos.   The culmination of two year’s work, the show includes...

Kirsty Addis and Matt Sheather

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...

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