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SEO for beginners – how to increase your search engine ranking

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

As of October 2018, the World Wide Web contains over 4.4 billion pages.   SEO is all about businesses trying to optimise their websites so they appear in those first few search results. The higher they are in the search engine results, the more visitors they will get to their websites and the more customers [Read more…]

Matthew Kirby: Business student now travels all over the world for work

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Former Business and Management student, Matthew, recently spoke to our Alumni Team about his experiences at South & City College Birmingham and how his qualification helped him to travel the world.   “South & City College and the excellent staff in the Business department provided me with the knowledge and confidence to succeed,” said Matthew, [Read more…]

Higher success for former Foundation Degree student Jeannie Christina

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Jeannie studied the for the Foundation Degree in Supporting Children in Primary Education on a part-time basis over two years, and is now doing an 18-month part-time top-up course at the University of Wolverhampton which will lead to a full BA (Hons) in Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion. “Without my Foundation Degree, I wouldn’t be where I am now, I wouldn’t be in the [Read more…]

Digbeth to Brazil, Nayla’s Musical Production Journey

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Nayla Largie is a Music producer working with huge musical household names including Craig David, Wiley and produces music for films, computer games and TV shows. Nayla’s journey though started in Birmingham and in particular here at South & City College. We were lucky enough to catch up with him and hear of his journey in Brazil just as he is producing a new song for [Read more…]

Never too late to find the right path

Monday, January 15th, 2018

Bryn Evans from Northfield is a pure inspiration to all adults wanting to change their career. After dropping out of two colleges and spending years working in various jobs, this twenty-two year old is now at university thanks to the Access to University course he attended at Bournville College. ‘I wasn’t really interested in studying [Read more…]