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I am currently enrolled on a Level 3 Business course at Northampton College, which has been enjoyable so far, with friendly peers and teachers. This week, I completed a work experience placement in the marketing team at Northampton College as part of my course. Here's how it went...
By Victoria Murphy, Head of Marketing, 5 April 2022
Salon life is something I’ve become quite accustomed to over the years. My best friends run a beautiful salon in Market Harborough called Mooi, and I love nothing more than having a treatment or two. Research suggests that activities involved in maintaining beauty positively influence our emotional and physical well-being. They create positive internal experiences that can result in decreased stress, as well as identifiable benefits to the body and brain.
By Liam Kelly, Level 3 Business student, 21 March 2022
I am currently a student completing a Level 3 business course with Northampton College. Learning at the College has been a fantastic experience and has provided me with the crucial knowledge and qualifications to progress further within business, particularly marketing.
By Victoria Murphy, Head of Marketing and Communications, 15 November 2021
When your website is your shop window it’s vital to make sure it looks good to tempt the customers through the front door.
While Northampton College may not be in the retail sector, attracting prospective students and building long-lasting relationships with employers is a key part of our strategy – and a modern, easy-to-use website is an essential part of that.
By Patrick Leavey, Vice Principal on 1 November 2021
The eyes of the world are on Glasgow this week as global leaders gather for COP26 – the UN Climate Change Conference.
The summit will bring key parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. It’s likely we will be placed on red alert to go green.