Horsham Collyer’s hosts evening showing university alternatives

A record 450 students and parents attended Collyer’s “Not Going to Uni” (NG2U) evening with its lively ‘Question Time’ style sessions, facilitated by Deputy Principal Steve Martell, outlining the post college world of employment and training.

Friday, 1st March 2019, 9:07 am
Updated Friday, 1st March 2019, 9:10 am
Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening

Although the majority of Collyer’s students progress to university and higher education, a number of students are contemplating taking alternative progression routes or moving into the job market.

AJW at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Army representatives at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
National Citizens Service at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
At Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Gatwick Airport representatives at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Home Instead at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
HOP at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Part of the Question Time panel at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Paul Mitchell at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Pavilions in the Park at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
At Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
St Catherine's Hospice at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Collyers Deputy Principal Steve Martell at the Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Students ambassadors at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
Thales at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening
West Sussex County Council at Collyers Not Going to Uni (NG2U) evening