News articles from May 2017

Apprenticeship Success

Chloe previously studied Business at Aylesbury College and has been in touch to let her tutors know how she is getting on. Upon leaving College, she started an apprenticeship with Bucks County Council.  She said “I have…

SafeGuard Donate Body Armour

   SafeGuard Armour, an international manufacturer and distributor of body armour has kindly donated a third bullet proof vest to be used as an eduacational resource within the Public Services courses. As part of their ongoing…

Election: Student Debate with BBC Three Counties Radio

Aylesbury College students were invited by BBC Three Counties Radio to discuss their views on the different political parties, and how they have chosen a party to vote for in the upcoming election.A range of young people from different…

Special Effects Media Make-up

From Septemebr 2017 Aylesbury College is offering a brand new course, Special Effects Media Make Up.  To give current students an insight on what the course involves, Level 3 Special Effects Media Make-up students from Amersham and Wycombe College came to…

Mark Webber Youth Challenge 2017

Students from Sport, Public Services and Plumbing joined together to represent the Aylesbury College in this year’s Mark Webber Youth Challenge which was hosted at RAF Halton. Six colleges competed in the annual event on the 11th…

Counselling Open Evening

Are you looking for a Counselling course in Aylesbury? Come along to our Counselling Open Evening, Monday 22nd May 2017 from 6pm - 9pm, held at University Campus Aylesbury Vale. This is the perfect opportunity to meet our staff and…

Case Study - Joe

Joe Liggi is currently studying Level 2 Games Design at Aylesbury College.  Here's what he says about the course."My parents encouraged me to attend Aylesbury College after finishing school. I decided to attend an Open day to be…

Sky Academy

Creative Media Students went to Sky Academy in London for an interactive learning experience using the latest broadcast technology.  The aim was to make a TV report on where the students would write, produce and direct their own short…

Case Study - Steph

Steph Smith studied the Foundation degree in Computing at University Campus Aylesbury Vale.  Read about her experience here."I chose to study the Foundation Degree in Computing at Aylesbury College as the course content was ideal for me in…

Student Crawls the London Marathon

Metropolitan Police officer and part-time Aylesbury College student, Tom Harrison, has risen to fame by crawling the London Marathon ‘gorilla-style’, dressed as a gorilla to raise money for The Gorilla Organization, a charity which works to save the…

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