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First Class results for Degree Apprentices at Newbury College

First Class results for Degree Apprentices at Newbury College

Engineering Apprentices, studying for their degree at Newbury College, in partnership with Buckinghamshire New University, have scooped outstanding results with six attaining first-class honours and four attaining upper second-class Degrees. This is the second year that the College has been offering Degree level qualification and the second year of 100% achievement. The outstanding achievement is a great reflection of the hard work and dedication of the students and staff and provides a strong foundation for the degree standard provision available within the University Centre Newbury (UCN) from September 2020. Tim Coole, Course Leader, commented "This year has shown the second cohort of...

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A taste of European cuisine on offer at The Restaurant

A taste of European cuisine on offer at The Restaurant

The Newbury College professional catering team are due to welcome 15 students from the Julius...

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Progressive programme provides possibilities

Progressive programme provides possibilities

Newbury College is challenging the approach to full-time, further education with a ground-breaking new programme...

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Progress for University Centre Newbury

Progress for University Centre Newbury

Plans to establish the University Centre Newbury (UCN) took a significant step forward with the...

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School leavers get a taste of their future career

School leavers get a taste of their future career

Newbury College opened its doors to over a hundred young school leavers on Monday, providing...

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Aiming Higher at Newbury College

Aiming Higher at Newbury College

On Tuesday 25 June, engineering students studying at Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Higher National...

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Spellbinding Stories come to life at College Showcase

Spellbinding Stories come to life at College Showcase

Newbury College beauty and hairdressing students have cast a spell on audiences at their annual...

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