An exhibition of work by creative and digital arts students will be showcased in an event entitled "NextGen", which is open to the public on Wednesday 19th June from 10am to 5pm at the Aylesbury campus.
Buckinghamshire College Group BA (Hons) Musical Theatre students present their performance of Pippin at the Network Theatre Waterloo, London on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May at 7.30pm.
Level 2 Electrical students from Wycombe Campus recently had the opportunity to visit a building site in Amersham this week to check out the electrical instalations in a large block of retirement apartments being built by McCarthy & Stone construction.
Buckinghamshire College Group in conjunction with construction giant Eiffage Kier is launching exciting new pathways into construction this month with two and three week courses that are all completely free of charge.
Music performance and technology courses at the college's Amersham campus have been running for well over 15 years and during this time tutors have seen many students achieve fame and recognition. Former student Charlie Cunningham, who plays guitar, is one example of how students on the course have flourished.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Week took place at Bucks College Group last week and included an art exhibition by students and staff, talks to staff by various individuals invited in for the occasion and a special celebratory event on Friday where staff and students were rewarded for their artistic skills with prizes handed out by Ian Barham (Chair of Governors) and John McGrath, Vice Principal Corporate Services for the college.
Ex-Foundation Degree Musical Theatre student Robyn Rose recently finished her West End debut in the Book of Mormon musical and now Bucks College Group can announce that another recent Higher Education student, Tre Copeland-Williams, has joined the UK tour of the Book of Mormon, which opens in June in Manchester.
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