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  1. SCIoT Open Event 26th May

    Our SCIoT open events are the perfect opportunity for you to check out The South Central Institute of Technology and see if you could imagine yourself here! Join us at one of our open events to hear from our coaches about the range of courses we offer, and ask any questions that you may have…

  2. How you can nail your professional CV

    Writing a CV can seem a bit scary and daunting, especially if there’s a big job that you’re going for or you’ve decided to change your career direction, for example. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for the perfect CV, but it should be clear, concise, and tailored to the role that you’re applying for. TIP…

  3. Wellness tips for exam season

    The word ‘exam’ tends to fill people with a lot of dread and can make you feel incredibly anxious too, often making the preparation period for an exam very stressful at times. But it doesn’t have to be! There are certain things that you can do to regain control of your emotions to ensure you…

  4. “Hats off” for new College graduates

    MK College has been celebrating the achievements of its students at its annual graduation ceremonies at the Woburn Sculpture Gallery. Around eighty Apprenticeship and Higher Education students received their awards watched by family, friends and business partners from across Milton Keynes, including many local employers of graduating apprentices. Two guests were given Honorary College Fellowships;…

  5. Jake’s Blog: One man, one week, two assignments

    I’m back and I’ve survived my first week of my HNC Computing course. To summarise the last week in three words – overwhelming, challenging and exciting. The only thing I can liken it to is when you go to a music festival and you spend the first hour trying to get used to your surroundings. To be…

  6. Balancing Work and Study

    Glen Richardson is a PE Co-ordinator at a primary school. He wanted to gain more qualifications to help him progress his career and after completing his Level 3 PESS (Physical Education Support in Schools) with MK College it seemed only natural to progress onto Level 4 HNC Sport. Glen started his year-long HNC in September…