Boutique service: college highlights autumn courses
Bermuda College has taken to the streets to give potential students a look at its autumn schedule.
The college set up a pop-up tent on Nellie’s Walk near Hamilton’s City Hall to promote its courses, including those on the Professional and Career Education programme.
The Bermuda Government has given the College a $300,000 grant to provide opportunities for people who otherwise might not be able to afford a college education.
Anyone interested should sign up before the August 8 deadline.
Applications for funding are available online, and people can register on the spot.
Most classes begin in September. The boutique will return on August 6.
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