The Isle of Wight College is on the Isle of Wight, off the English south coast in the English Channel. It is separated from the English mainland (Hampshire is the county opposite it) by the Solent. The Isle of Wight has long been a holiday destination for the British and it has many attractions. Wight is an old English word which means a thing or creature (perhaps a supernatural one). In 150 AD the island was called (in Latin) Vectis Insula. It is renowned for its fossils and remains of dinosaurs. So if you are interested in such things, the island would be an excellent place to study. It is also home to a famous rock festival, and back in the 1960s the legendary Jimi Hendrix played at it.
The island was a popular tourist destination in Victorian times, that is, in the 19th century. Some famous visitors to it include
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Courses at the IOW college include, but are not limited to: -
If you are thinking of learning a useful trade on which to build your future career, you really should take a long look at the IOW college prospectus.
You can apply to join course at the college online and contact the careers advisor if you are uncertain what course you should choose.
It may be possible for you to get help with your study fees if you usually live in the UK, the EU or the European Economic Area (EEA), although with the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, you should make enquiries at the college rather than simply assuming that you would qualify for assistance. You have to have resided in the UK, the EU or the EEA for three years before going to the college to be eligible for financial help. Also, if you are between 16 and 18 years old, you may be able to get free tuition and qualification fees.
Students 19 and over have to pay for their tuition, examinations and course fees, although it is possible that you may be exempt from having to pay these, if, for example, you are receiving unemployment benefits.
You could meet the criteria for a Learning Loan if you are over 18, so check with the Student Services Department at the college.
If you live in a country other than the UK, you can still apply to the college, and if this applies to you, send an email to the colleges International Department.
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