Admissions process for Luton Sixth Form begins
Students wanting to study at Luton Sixth Form College next year have been encouraged to get in touch to discuss their course options.
Last week, the college launched its admissions campaign for students wishing to study there next year.
Altaf Hussain, the college’s Principal and CEO, has also encouraged Year 11 students to contact the Admissions team to discuss what course would be suitable for them.
“We are accepting applications straight after the Christmas break, so students should aim to pick up an application form and prospectus as early as possible from their careers office at school,” said Altaf.
“We also have a team of people at the college that can help guide students to find the course that is right for them.
“With the difficulties this year has brought with Covid-19, we want to ensure students wanting to join us to have as much time as possible to research the courses they may wish to study.”
The college offers a diverse range of A Levels and vocational qualifications, as well as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, all of which are showcased in the prospectus which can also be downloaded from www.lutonsfc.ac.uk/courses.
Altaf added: “As well as offering traditional A Levels, we also offer a great range of vocational qualifications.
“Vocational qualifications are sometimes overlooked, but many of our students go onto achieve great things and have successful careers after having studied them.”
To discuss any courses, get in touch with Amanda Jeffreys or Anisah Akhtar in the Admissions team on email@example.com or call 01582 432585.