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UHI Moray to host open day for in eight courses


By Jonathan Clark

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UHI Moray is set to host an open day on Tuesday to welcome prospective students in eight different courses.

Elgin's Moray College annouced an emergency closure for their Moray Street campus on Tuesday January 14 2020 following overnight storm damage. ..Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Elgin's Moray College annouced an emergency closure for their Moray Street campus on Tuesday January 14 2020 following overnight storm damage. ..Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

The Elgin campus of the University of the Highlands and Islands will have its doors open between 2pm and 7.30pm.

Students looking to learn more about Hairdressing and Barbering; Beauty Therapy; Integrative Healthcare, Soft Tissue and Sports Therapy; Sport and Fitness; Essential Skills; Leisure and Short Courses; British Sign language or First Aid should attend.

Attendees will get the chance to speak to lecturers, visit the facilities, meet current students and take part in interactive workshops and taster sessions.

There will also be Q&A sessions to answer any queries about the courses or attending UHI Moray in general.

The Student Services and Finance teams will also be available to offer advice and answer any questions about applying for a course, student funding, study support and wellbeing support.

Rosemary McCormack, head of curriculum, said: "This event is part of our Keeping Warm Campaign.

"It will enable applicants and prospective applicants to see first hand the areas in operation, speak with the staff and the current students and have see a showcase of all we deliver within these areas.

"There will also be an opportunity to take part in our virtual learning environment and gain first hand information on how the delivery of programmes will be for next session.

"We are very much looking forward to a busy and fruitful event for everyone and are looking forward to speaking with as many people as possible."

There will be set sessions taking place throughout the afternoon and evening. However, drop-ins are welcome as all areas will be showcasing activities and be available for questions throughout the entire event.

For more information about this event and to download the programme brochure visit https://bit.ly/UHIMorayOpenDoors



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