The College is still accepting applications via UCAS for September and the new courses will see it's University offer increase to 47 courses across 11 subject areas.
The new courses include the two-year FdA Craft Design Maker, for those with ambitions of becoming a professional Designer Maker in ceramics, textiles or metalwork and can be topped up into a full Honours Degree with the BA (Hons) Craft and Design, also new for September 2020. Both courses will help students develop their own creative identity as well as the skills needed to start a business in the sector.
In addition, FdA Teaching and Learning, also new for 2020, which will support students embarking on their careers as Primary School Teachers. The course includes extensive work placement hours, providing vital hands on experience within primary schools to enhance CV's and help find work on completion.
HNC Mechanical Engineering has also been introduced, adding a brand-new subject area to the College’s University level provision. The course offers students a higher-level knowledge of the basic concepts of engineering including CAD skills and ethical responsibilities, such as the importance of protecting and sustaining the environment. Designed for Industry, graduates from the course can go on to enter a variety of Engineer roles.
With smaller class sizes and a strategically condensed timetable, studying at University level with Truro and Penwith College means you can easily fit life around your lectures.
To find out more about University level courses at Truro and Penwith College, head to www.truro-penwith.ac.uk/university