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Here you will find all the information you need from help with your studies, wellbeing and support, financial help, equipment lists and anything else you need for your life at the college.

If you're thinking about university or higher education after college, you should come along to our higher education opportunity events in the University Centre at our King's Lynn campus on Wednesday 1st May! Come and speak to a range of higher education institutions, from universities and public services, and find out everything from what higher education is, applying to university, interview tips, apprenticeships, making the most of your gap year and much, much more!
Please choose whether you are an applicant or a current student below for details on how to book your place:

  • Current students

    There are three sessions scheduled on the day. Please choose the right session for you based on the course you study:
    • Morning session (11am - 1.30pm) - Wisbech students, Public Protective Services, Sports, Health and Social Care, Childcare, Construction, Engineering and Motor Vehicle, Computing and all Access students
    • Afternoon session (2pm - 4.30pm) - Art & Design, Graphics, Photography, Fashion, Media, Music, Performing Arts, Hair & Beauty, Business, Sciences, Criminology, Hospitality & Tourism and A-Levels
    • Evening session (5pm - 7pm) - open for everyone, including parents / carers

    To book your place, please click the time above and follow the on-screen instructions. When booking your place, you will choose which talks you'd like to attend from a variety of different universities.

  • Applicants starting in September '24

    We're hosting an evening event from 5pm - 7pm for applicants or members of the public who are interested in progressing to University. 

    We have 16 (!!) universities or providers hosting sessions on a variety of topics during the evening, including Sheffield University, University of Lincoln, Anglia Ruskin Unversity, University of Suffolk and King's Lynn's own university centre, the University Centre West Anglia.


    Click the button above and follow the on-screen instruction to book your place. When booking your place, you will choose two talks which you'd like to attend. Don't worry if you'd like to learn more about some of the other sessions - we'll be recording every session and will share with you in the two weeks after the event.

    We have two sessions available in the day for adult applicants only (which will be shared with our current students). Please click the "Current section" section above for details on the morning and afternoon sessions. 

If you have any queries about the event, please do not hestiate to contact us by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Throughout your course, you may get the opportunity to attend a trip or educational visit. 

Below is a guide to how to access the main college learning systems from home. If you have a question not answered here, access the help area in LEARN or contact the digital team in the LRC by phone (01553 815266) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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