Adult Education Wolverhampton offers Access to Education Diplomas in a range of subjects, including Business and Law, Health Professionals and Social Science (Social Work), with two subjects new for 2022, Science, and Public Services and Policing.
People can find out more at the open day at Adult Education Wolverhampton's base at Old Hall Street, Wolverhampton, on Wednesday (24 August) from 10am to 3pm. Visitors will be able to talk to curriculum staff, view the facilities and speak to the Student Services team.
Councillor Chris Burden, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and Work, said: "People who join a Level 3 Access to Higher Education Diploma course with Adult Education Wolverhampton could be studying at university 12 months later, and embarking on a degree course. Indeed, over 90% of students who complete the diploma go on to university.
"We also have excellent links with the University of Wolverhampton, and students are able to join regular events delivered by the university, and make sure of its state of the art science laboratories and equipment on our new science course.
"So if you have ever wanted to go to university, but weren't sure how you could make it happen, come along to the open day and find out more about the Access to Higher Education Diplomas."