2 January 2014

The college will open its doors on Wednesday 5th February (6pm to 8pm) and welcome prospective students to find out about the wide range of courses that that can be studied after school to help individuals get on the right path to a dream job or university place.

The Open Evening, which is aimed at Year 11 pupils and their parents, will run from 6pm to 8pm at our college campus in Downland Close, Kings Norton in Birmingham where we offer over 45 different advanced level courses including A Level and BTEC qualifications, which are available in almost any combination of subjects. At Cadbury College, students can follow either an academic programme of A Levels, mix A Levels and BTEC qualifications or study more than one vocational subject.

Visitors will have the chance to speak to curriculum staff about courses, see our facilities and meet current students who are available to chat about life at the college. Student services staff will be on hand to advise on learning support and finance bursaries.

Applications are now open for September 2014 entry and individuals can apply online here. Visitors can also make an application on the night.

Andy Cookson, Assistant Principal Learner Experience, said “I would advise anyone who is interested in studying at Cadbury to come along as it is a great opportunity to visit the college and speak with subject teachers before our application deadline of 28th March.”

Download our free Open Evening Guide, which will help you make the most of your visit!

Cadbury College Open Evening Guide