UCC | Virtual Open Event

UCC Virtual Open Events 2020-21

To keep everyone safe, our upcoming University Centre Colchester open events will be virtual events held online.

You’ll be able to speak to our tutors and learn all about our degrees from the comfort of your home!

Is the event for me?

These events are perfect for anyone who is looking to study for a degree with us. The events will cover the following degree subject areas:

  • Access to Higher Education
  • Business and Management
  • Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning)
  • Computer Games with 3D Modelling and Animation
  • Computing
  • Construction Management (Architectural Technology)
  • Construction Management (Quantity Surveying)
  • Construction Management (Site Management)
  • Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Digital Film Production
  • Early Years and Primary Studies
  • Education Studies (BA and MA)
  • Engineering
  • Fashion and Printed Textiles
  • Fine Art
  • Health and Psychosocial Studies
  • Music for Media
  • Music for Performance and Teaching
  • Musical Theatre
  • Photography
  • Policing Practice
  • Popular Music
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning)
  • Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning)
  • Sports Coaching
  • Trinity Certificate in TESOL
  • Visual Arts with Foundation Year (Level 0)

If your subject area isn’t listed above please email events@colchester.ac.uk for advice.

When are the events?

Events will take place throughout the year, and will be shown on this page when confirmed. Please see below for our upcoming event date.

How the events will work?

When you book your place you’ll be asked to select a subject. We’ll then use this to allocate you the correct event subject area.

We ask you to be ready to join the event at 6pm. We’ll send you further details after you’ve booked your place.

Technical Bits

Don’t worry if you’re a bit unsure on how to access the virtual event. Once you book your place at the event we’ll work with you to make sure that your access to the event is as smooth as possible.