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Countdown to Enrolment

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Enrolment is only a few days away and College is already getting ready to welcome our newly accepted students. Enrolment day is exciting but it's understandable that it can also be a little confusing, especially at busier periods. Here are some tips to help you enrol quickly and easily so that you'll be ready and raring to go in September. If you're a returning student, enrolment is much the same as last year Although you'll be coming in on a different day to the newly starting students, your pr...
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Volunteering - do some good in your spare time!

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Here at College we have our very own Volunteering Service to help you find interesting, exciting and worthwhile spare time activities. Volunteering is the perfect way to gain new skills and find new interesting and fun things to do with your spare time. Taking the time to help out in a range of roles is something any Student can do and depending on your hobbies, interests and individual skills you may end up with a more permanent way to do the things you love. It might seem like there aren't ...
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| Categories: UCLAN, Events, Sixth Form, art, Teenage Cancer Trust, Anxiety, Mental Health Awareness Week, Burnley College Rugby Academy, Performance | Tags: enrichment , Volunteering | View Count: (1563)

UCLan Burnley Induction - Welcome to Burnley!

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Last week UCLan Burnley held a number of induction events with a difference to welcome new students to the campus. Starting with a giant outdoor cook-off courtesy of the Refectory's barbecue which hosted some excellent musical entertainment from Tom Scothern and physical theatre and dance performances from Performing Arts students. Throughout the week, UCLan Burnley students also took part in a town-wide treasure hunt, using clues to navigate themselves around the UCLan Burnley campus and the r...
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The Burnley College Iris Suite will be opened this week, giving health and social care students and Apprentices the chance to learn in a real-life Dementia care environment. The Burnley College Iris Suite is a highly specialised training and education facility built within the College's health and social care department, to be used within the Burnley College, Themis and corporate training curriculum. The suite showcases equipment which makes a real difference to the day-to-day lives of people w...
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| Categories: Teenage Cancer Trust, York University, Anxiety, Mental Health Awareness Week, FE, Further Education Preview Event, Awards, awards | Tags: Burnely College , Health & Social Care , Iris Suite , Themis , Training | View Count: (1626)

Mental Health Awareness Week begins today

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The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is anxiety, one of the leading causes of mental ill-health in the world. Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 will take place from May 12th to 18th. This year mental health charities like Mind and the Mental Health Foundation have worked together to promote awareness about anxiety, an affliction that's affecting more and more people every year. According to figures gathered by the charity Mental Health Foundation, levels of anxiety are rising....
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Colleges Liaison for Lancashire at Oxford University Oliver Baker visited Burnley College students and pupils from nearby schools to de-mystify the Oxbridge application process. For many students the goal of further education can't get more motivating than gaining a place at Cambridge or Oxford University. Often however, the application processes for Oxbridge universities can be confusing and even off-putting to potential students. To help myth bust some of these processes, Queens College gradu...
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| Categories: News, Sixth Form, football, Teenage Cancer Trust, Oxbridge, plan your future, Year 9 and 10 event, Anxiety, Mental Health Awareness Week | Tags: applying for university , AS Level , Cambridge University , higher education , Oxbridge , Oxford University , personal statements | View Count: (2310)