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International Student Scholarships

David Game College is pleased to announce that we are offering 50% scholarships to outstanding international students for A level courses commencing in September 2019. Applicants must submit their application by Friday 5th July. Please contact us on admissions@davidgamecollege.com for more information and entry requirements.

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Open Evening

Hear from our students as to why you should study at David Game College. Join us for our next Open Evening this Thursday at 6pm. Use the link in our profile to book an appointment.

Pride In Medicine

Attention Medical Programme Students. We are pleased to offer our students a 25% discount to the Pride In Medicine event medical lectures at the Royal Society of Medicine. Use code LGBT25DG and visit: www.rsm.ac/LGBTDG

There will also be a free event on Saturday 29th June open to the public with a Knowledge Cafe, Ask the Expert and Careers Cafe along with Networking from 4.00- 5.30pm.

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National Fish & Chip Day

Today is National Fish & Chip Day. To celebrate our local Fish & Chip shop The Mayfair Chippy are offering our students 25% off today and for the duration of their study at David Game College. You just need to show your student ID whilst ordering. Enjoy!

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World Environment Day

Today is World Environment Day. Here is a piece of work by Mandeep Nandhra, an A level student who produced a series of Art works based around environmental issues. This work is a large collage of a close up of a woman in a pearl necklace.The collage is made up of different textured/painted papers representing different sorts of pollution involving the Ocean (oil spills, plastic, chemicals) and Toxic Sludge.

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Eid Mubarak

Happy Eid-el-Fitir to all! .

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D-Day 75th Anniversary

This week commemorates the D-Day 75th Anniversary. It’s reported that there were 10,000 casualties on D-Day alone and it’s estimated 70-85 million people perished in World War II. 130,000 Allied soldiers travelled by ship over the channel to the Normandy coast. D-Day commemorations will be held between 5-9th June this year for the 75th Anniversary.

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