For students getting their GCSE results this Thursday 22 August, we will be hosting our further education open days at Bangor, Downpatrick, Lisburn and Newtownards Campuses at South Eastern Regional College (SERC) from 9am to 5pm on Thursday 22 August and 9am to 3pm on Friday 23 August.

If you haven’t applied on a course, you can still apply online for course commencing this September.

Call into the College this Thursday or Friday to speak to tutors about programmes you might be interested in from Apprenticeships, Diplomas and Extended Diplomas in a range of subject areas and apply on the day. Our Careers team will be on hand for those who are undecided about their next step.

Results Day Live Stream on Facebook

BBC Northern Ireland will be hosting GCSE Results….What next? from our Lisburn Campus live on Facebook at 11.00am on Thursday 22 August: You can ask the panel of careers and GCSE experts - including Ruth Annett from SERC’s Careers Team and Jonny Kidd from Student Finance (who will be online to answer questions about student finance - anything you like about what to do next.

The programme will be hosted by BBC Northern Ireland’s Linzi Lima.

Have a look at her short film on what it was like getting her results and how to deal with stress: 


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