On Thursday 24th November, Katherine Halloways from The London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) visited Oldham Sixth Form College to award the highest achieving Financial Studies students a scholarship to study in London. This year 12 students achieved the top A or A* grades required to meet the criteria for a £500 scholarship.
On Thursday 24th November, Amanda Davies, the Marketing and Implementation Manager from CAPITA, presented a workshop to students studying Spanish, German and French about the variety of career options that are available in the language industry.
On Tuesday 22nd November students from OSFC’s Amnesty Society held a cake sale to raise money and awareness of breaches of Human Rights in the UK. The society is youth led, and facilitated by staff from the Law department. Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people in over 150 countries who campaign to end abuses of human rights.
On Tuesday 22nd November representatives from The Philosophy Foundation visited OSFC to celebrate National Philosophy Week. Students studying Philosophy at OSFC, and those who had never studied Philosophy before came together to take part in thought experiments.