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Open Days at New City College Hackney


New City College Hackney have the following public Open Days.

Find out more about what we offer: New City College - Hackney

Parents, carers and students are encouraged to attend.

Everyone is welcome!

Dates for 2019 are as follows:

  • Wednesday 6th February- Open Day
  • Wednesday 20th March – Open Day / Welcome Event for prospective students
  • Saturday 23rd March - Open Day
  • Wednesday 1st May - Open Event
  • Wednesday 19th June - Open Event

Venue: New City College – Hackney, Shoreditch Campus, Falkirk Street, N1 6HQ

Other opportunities to visit the college:

March is a key time for the college and for joint progression planning.

Identifying prospective students now enable us to support them with the important transition into college between Easter and Summer.

This offers the best preparation for a strong and successful start in September.

If  specific groups or settings would like to arrange a visit please get in touch. We can arrange bespoke open days, events and visits in specific settings on request. 

Contact the relevant manger or department lead directly to discuss these arrangements.

Senior Curriculum Manager for SEND @ New City College Hackney:

Supported Internship Manager:

Group Curriculum Director for SEND:

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