Which building should I go to at the open event?

Exeter College January open event

Date: Monday 15 January 2018

Which building should I go to at the open event?

Our open events are a great way for you to explore the college and subjects you’re thinking about studying with us. During most open events we open all sites and have staff on hand for you to get information and advice from. We also have teaching staff from all subjects, to give you course specific advice.

But with six sites in the city centre (and our dedicated out of town constructions and engineering centres) it can be a bit daunting when thinking about where to start.

Well first things first, don’t panic. Each city centre site is about five minutes from each other and that’s where the majority of our courses are taught. So if you go to the wrong site, you can easily be directed to the correct one. If you are interested in our specialist Construction or Technology sites, or subjects you can go directly to them, you don’t need to come to the city centre first. You can find their dedicated programmes at the bottom of this blog. 

Below is an overview of the different sites, and what subject areas are in each.

Hele Road Site (H)

Our Hele Road site is made up of four main teaching buildings, when you arrive you’ll be directed by our advice team or you can explore the site yourself using our open event programme, you can get your copy here.

You’ll find the following subject areas on this site:

  • Apprenticeships
  • Healthcare, Childcare and Public Services
  • English
  • Languages
  • International Baccalaureate
  • Humanities
  • Hair and Beauty
  • Hospitality
  • Vocational Studies
  • Level 1, Fast Track and Paths2 courses

There will also be someone from construction at this site, however if you are interested in construction see our note at the bottom about our specialist sites.

Maths and Science Centre (S)

This where you’ll find information on all Maths and Science courses. There’s also a STEM Hub in this building which showcases Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, however if you’re looking for information about specific Engineering courses we recommend you visit our Technology Centre, they have a specialist programme too, you can download it here.

Victoria House (V)

Victoria House is home to our Business and IT & Sports, Leisure and Tourism faculties. You can find information and advice on subjects in these areas here, they include the usual business and sports courses but also more specialist courses such as computing, game development and outdoor adventure.

Centre for Creative Industries - CCI (C)

Our Centre for Creative Industries houses our Art and Design & Media and Performing Arts faculties here you can find out about everything from fashion and textiles to 3D design and all vocational and A Level media and performing arts courses.

Centre for Music and Performance (M)

The CMP is based at 26 Queen Street, opposite Five Guys, and this is where all of our music courses are based. You can pop here to find out about studying A Level and vocational music courses as well as music technology.

Interested in Construction or Engineering?

We have specialist construction and engineering sites based just outside of the city centre. They have dedicated teams and facilities, and they’re happy to show you around. You can download their programmes below:

Falcon House (Construction) Programme
Technology Centre (Engineering, Aerospace & Automotive) Programme

If you’re already in the city centre, let us take you for a tour of the specialist sites. We have a FREE return shuttle bus running to the Technology and Construction Centres, it leaves the Helen Road car park at 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

Looking for Adult or University Level advice?

These can be found at our Adult Hub in the Hele Road refectory. See the programme for details.

We hope you’ve got all of the information you need, but if you would like anything else, please feel free email us at info@exe-coll.ac.uk

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