North Shropshire College Gears Up for Careers Fair

Oswestry, United Kingdom, January 14, 2018 — North Shropshire College (NSC) is preparing to host a careers event, due to take place on Wednesday 31st January at the Oswestry Campus and Thursday 1st February at the Walford Campus, near Baschurch. Both events will run from 2pm-6pm and are open to everyone, with no need to pre-book. The event has already attracted a great number of exhibitors including Arla, Caterpillar and Energize, and hopes to give students, secondary pupils and members of the public the chance to find out more about further study and career opportunities available to them.

Jo White, Business Development Manager at NSC comments, “The careers fair is an excellent way for both our students and the public to engage with exhibitors and find out more about the opportunities available to them. We are really looking forward to welcoming the exhibitors to both campuses and we are sure the event will be a huge success.”

If you are interested in booking an exhibitor stand at the Fair, there is still time and you can do so through Penny Hardy via email: [email protected] or by telephoning 01939 262187.

To find out more about their other Open Events, please visit their website at You can also find out more, or apply for courses starting September 2018 by visiting or calling their admissions team on 01691 688080.

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