Date: 13 March 2018 Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm Location: Saltaire, Middlesbrough, York, Newcastle, Wakefield
Come and find out about the study programmes we offer.
Tutors are available from each department for you to talk to and you may like to discuss your options with teaching staff from different sections if you are undecided. Staff are also on hand to discuss any additional requirements such as accommodation, travel, finance and scholarships.
These events run from 5.00pm until 6.30pm at Saltaire, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Wakefield and York you are welcome to drop in during these times. If you would like to attend an Information Evening please complete the form on the right and click the submit button.
We’re running another school leavers Open Morning across all of our campuses this Saturday.
Come and speak to our departments, take a campus tour, see our accommodation and get all the information you need for studying at Askham Bryan College.
Book online here https://www.askham-bryan.ac.uk/whats-on
RAG Week is here! A great start to the week today with some Student Union led events around campus.
Askham Bryan College’s Horticulture department last week provided soil texture analysis for 14 samples from WW1 battlefields around Flanders to support a unique art installation that appeared in Ripon Cathedral in Autumn 2018.
The analysis on behalf of former Askham Bryan College student and artist Dan Metcalfe will help to identify similar soil textures in the UK to help him create his next piece of work and take the installation to Passchendale to install it there.
Horticulture Lecturer Sarah Owen-Hughes explains how the project came about and how projects like this and others are providing enrichment opportunities for students at Askham Bryan.
For more information on Dan’s Work visit http://fieldsofmud.co.uk
To find out more about horticulture courses at Askham Bryan College visit https://www.askham-bryan.ac.uk/the-college/departments/horticulture
The second in the series of Question Time on Countryside Issues debates is returning to Askham Bryan College on the 20th March.
This month’s debate in partnership with the The British Deer Society - Official will discuss Trophy Hunting and the Ethics of Field Sports chaired by Dr M W Charlton BDS.
The event is open to the public to register your interest contact
Our next Student CPD Event is just a month away and we have some amazing speakers and organisations coming along to deliver sessions around Health & Wellbeing.
Back by popular demand we have Kevin Mincher of ‘unstoppableteen’ coming back to talk about Resilience in his excellent session, ‘When the going gets tough’
We have Eventurous coming in to deliver a Retro Sports Event, so students will need to make sure they wear appropriate footwear and clothing, why not come in your best Retro Sports outfit?
In addition we have sessions on Mental and Emotional Wellbeing, Coping with Stress, Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships.