Brooksby Campus - Taster Day and Open Day - Sat, 02 March 2019 - 09:00/10:00 - 13:00

Are you interested in studying at BMC next year? Come along to our Brooksby Campus Taster Day and Open Day to find out what it’s like to be a student at BMC!

During this event, you will be able to take a tour of the campus, as a part of the Open Day, OR get involved in a ‘Taster Day’ workshop in your chosen course area. Please make sure you register for the correct event by clicking either the ‘Register for the Taster Day’ OR Register for the Taster Day’ button above.

 

What’s the difference between a Taster Day and an Open Day?

The Taster Day (9am – 1pm)

A Taster Day is a structured event that runs from 9am – 1pm. You will arrive at 9am for refreshments and a welcome talk. You will then participate in a two-hour taster session in your chosen subject area from 10am – 12pm. During this time, there will also be a series of talks available for parents/guardians on areas such as Admissions, Apprenticeships, Higher Education, Student Services, Additional Learning Support, Transport, and Maths and English. Between 12 and 1pm, everyone will come back together for a light lunch.

A Taster Day is a fantastic opportunity to experience first-hand what it’s like to study at BMC. Whether its handling some exotics in our Animal Care Centre, learning about lambing with our Agriculture tutors, or playing some sports on our 3G pitch, we’ve got something to suit all tastes*.

Please note: If you are booking to attend a Taster Day, you will need to book by the 25th February to secure a place, after this date we cannot guarantee there will be a space available, so book early to avoid disappointment!

The Open Day (10am – 1pm)

The Open Day is much less structured than the Taster Day. The campus will be open from 10am – 1pm for you to have a look around our fantastic facilities, meet our expert teaching staff, and learn more about the range of courses we offer. The Open Day is perfect if it’s your first time to BMC and you want to get a feel for the College, or if you are interested in a few different courses and want to learn more so you can decide which course is right for you.

We also have staff available who can assist with any of your funding or transport questions, as well as our student support teams who can talk to you about any extra help you might need during your time at college.

Visit the Brooksby Campus if you are interested in:

  • Agriculture
  • Animal Care
  • Construction and Joinery
  • Countryside Management
  • Equine Studies
  • Floristry
  • Foundation Studies (open day only)
  • Horticulture
  • Land-Based Service Engineering
  • Motor Vehicle Engineering
  • Sport
  • Degree Level Courses (in Animal Management, Equine Performance Science and Sport Science) (open day only)
  • Apprenticeships (in the above industries) (open day only)
  • Short Courses (in the above industries) (open day only)

*These examples are just an indication of the sort of activities on offer, and may not reflect exactly what is offered on the day, which will be planned according to the number of guests expected – but don’t worry, whatever we organise, you’re sure to have a great time!

This event will be held at the Lakeside area of the Brooksby Campus. Click here to see a map of the campus.