Open Days & Evenings
Open events are a great opportunity to come and meet us and find out what makes Ludlow College so special. You are welcome to tour the facilities and teaching staff will be on hand to discuss course options and progression routes.
In the meantime, why not take a virtual tour of the College's facilities in the video below, or listen to an introduction to the College:
Open Events at Ludlow College
- Saturday 6th March 2021, 10.00am - 12.00 noon
- Thursday 10th June 2021, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to hold our Open Event virtually. All of our tutors will still be on hand for you to talk to, via online meetings facilitated through Microsoft Teams. Just click on the links below to being a meeting. These can be accessed via a web browser on any laptop or desktop computer, or by downloading the free Microsoft Teams App on an iOS or Android Smartphone or Tablet device.
During the Open Event (10.00am until 12.00 noon), you can click on the relevant subject(s) you wish to speak to tutors about, and you'll join the lobby for that session. As soon as the tutor is finished talking to their previous visitor, they will then let you into the session. During busy periods, tutors may need to talk to several visitors at once to give an overview of the course. Please be patient with us as there may be a delay between you joining the lobby, and being added into a meeting if the tutor is already talking to someone.
If you are unable to join us virtually for any reason on the evening, please contact us with the subjects you are interested in, and we will get the tutors to get into contact with you.
Open Event Saturday 6th March 2021, 10.00am - 12.00 noon
Click the subject links to join the lobby of the subject you wish to find out more information about, please be patient with us as it may be a couple of minutes wait during busy times.
- Biology (A Level)
- Business Studies (A Level or BTEC) The tutor is unavailable for the Open Event, but click the link for a handy guide to the differences between studying Level 3 as an A Level or the BTEC qualification.
- Chemistry (A Level)
- Computer Science (A Level)
- Criminology (Formerly Law A Level)
- Early Years / Health & Social Care (BTECs)
- English Language / English Literature / Drama (A Levels)
- Film Studies / Media Studies (A Levels)
- Fine Art / Graphics / Photography (A Levels)
- French / Spanish (A Levels)
- Geography (A Level) The tutor is unavailable for this Virtual Open Event, however has prepared a presenation video introducing the course, please just click the link.
- Geology / Environment Science (A Levels)
- History / High Achievers (A Levels)
- Mathematics / Fast Track & Further Mathematics (A Levels)
- Physical Education (A Level) / BTEC Sport
- Physics (A Level)
- Psychology (A Level)
- Sociology (A Level)
- Student Services & Transport Queries
Virtual Open Events