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QAC and Enactus Aston students get creative!

Enactus students with LEAP Creative tutor

28 October 2019

This year, our LEAP Creative group are excited to be working with a group of students from Enactus Aston on a collaborative enterprise project, making and selling a range of things over the next few months, with profits being used to support local charities as well as their own activities. Their...

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Colleges Week 2019

Love Our Colleges logo

21 October 2019

Following on from the success of last year’s ‘Love Our Colleges’ campaign, QAC dedicated 14-18 October to Colleges Week 2019 and highlighted the amazing work colleges do and why long-term term investment is crucial for our future. Colleges Week is part of the ‘Love Our...

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QAC announces membership of AoC Mental Health and Wellbeing Charter on World Mental Health Day!

Bev Jessop holding two framed documents

10 October 2019

As today is World Mental Health Day, we'd like to highlight the importance of mental wellbeing and the impact mental health can have on a person's general health. With that in mind, QAC is committed to improving our mental health support for students and staff alike and thus we have signed up to...

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What the students say

Being a residential student has really helped me to become more independent I do my own washing and I can cook with a bit of help from staff.

Amy - 21

Powerchair Football Academy Student

Amy
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