North West Regional College (NWRC) has launched a brandnew website which aims to give visitors, students, and stakeholders, information on the college’s five campuses, at the click of a button.
The new college website, which has been planned and built over the past year, offers all visitors to the site, an engaging and interactive experience.
As well as a straightforward online application process, the new website is fully optimised for PC, tablet and mobile, making it accessible no matter what device you log in from.
Conor McGurgan, Marketing and PR Manager at NWRC said the launch of the website marks a new chapter for the college, which continues to grow and develop in line with digital technologies.
He added: “A number of teams at the college have been working hard behind the scenes on the new website so that we can provide the best possible service and user experience.
“Whilst the college has always had a busy and engaging site, our new website has taken things to a new level.
“It includes an improved search facility, with user-friendly interface, making it easier to find the course you want, and detailed course information profiles with all of the information you need.
“Recently NWRC hosted its first ever Virtual Open Day and we were delighted to include new videos to showcase our campuses, courses and college experiencealongside testimonials from current NWRC students and recent Graduates who talk about their experience of studying at an FE college. All of this information is now a permanent feature of the new site and can be accessed by all of our visitors.
“Current students can use the website for information on all aspects of College life including term dates, Learning Link, Careers Academy, Student Services, Library, Exams, and the latest College news and events.
“Applications are now open for Further and Higher Education courses and I’d encourage people to visit the new site and browse our huge range of courses.”
Leo Murphy, Chief Executive and Principal of NWRC said: “The new NWRC website is now fully live and I’d like to thank everyone involved in the planning, development and implementation of such an engaging site.
“NWRC has always placed a huge emphasis on student experiences, alongside academic and vocational achievement. The new site is easy to navigate and showcases the amazing success stories from our five campuses.”
The new website can be accessed at www.nwrc.ac.uk
Photo: Performing Arts student Conaill Long and Health Science student Amy Hutcheon log on to NWRC’s new website at www.nwrc.ac.uk