The University of Bedfordshire will be offering advice and guidance to potential students at the MK Job Show on 13-14 September.
As well as sponsoring the event in The Centre: MK, Bedfordshire staff will be on hand to offer advice on studying at the University. Visitors can also find out more about the possibilities of starting a new course in February and the University’s Admissions Team will be able to sign visitors up to courses if they bring their qualifications with them on the day.
The University will be running a the #EscapetoBeds forensic science-themed escape room where teams of students go up against the clock to find fingerprints, footprints, chemical analysis and crime scene evidence to prevent a notorious hacker from destroying the internet. There’s no need to book, just turn up and take part.
Assistant Director for Recruitment & Admissions David Seaton said: “We are delighted to be supporting this event once again. If you’re thinking about coming to University then come along and take part in our escape room.
“Our Student Engagement Team will be on hand throughout the event to speak to visitors on a one- to-one basis and provide information on our courses. We also have a selection of courses starting as early as February, so if you already have the necessary qualifications, we may be able to offer you a place on the spot.”
Other employers at the MK Job Show include, Amazon, Costa Coffee, Milton Keynes Hospital, McDonald’s and Vodafone.
Find out more about the MK Job Show here: www.mkjobshow.co.uk
We will be at the @MKJobShow on the 13th and 14th of September. Our expert team of advisors will be on hand to offer information and advice to anyone wanting to return back to education to upskill! pic.twitter.com/5QXvo9GADO— uniofbeds (@uniofbeds) September 9, 2019
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