TRURO College will be opening its doors to prospective students on Saturday, March 5 to allow them to decide on their future.

All thirteen buildings at Truro College will be open between 10am and 1pm for visitors to take a look around the campus and get chatting to the teaching staff about the wide range of courses and subjects available for all levels.

Across the campus there will be numerous opportunities to get hands on and discover what studying at Truro College can offer. Prospective artists should head to White, the dedicated building for Art and Design.

Future sporting stars should check out the Lynher building, where they can you take a look around the extensive state-of-the-art sporting facilities, you can also get the lowdown on the extremely successful Sports Academy provision with a presentation at 11am. It previous alumni include England rugby player Jack Nowell and professional cricketer Jake Libby.

In the Kenwyn building, the IT department will be sharing the power of technology, with demonstrations of 3D printing and the Computing Academy’s Near Space Mission. Plus, the chance to test skills in Raspberry Pi programming by controlling robotic arms or experience the possibilities of virtual reality by trying the Oculus Rift headset.

There will be an information talk on apprenticeships presented by Truro and Penwith College Business taking place in Mylor Terrace at 11am.

The Seaton building is home to all things construction and engineering, and will be running demonstrations on various trade skills including plastering, carpentry and motor vehicle maintenance for those who enjoy the practical side of learning.

Staff will be on standby to answer any questions about student finance, learning services and transport links, as well as opportunities to participate in extra-curricular pursuits including sports, computing, music and academic through Academies and Study Plus.