The group taking part in the site visit were the first students to have sealed their place at the UTC, and have since been made Ambassadors to further spread the word about the life-changing opportunities the UTC is set to provide.
The Club is working alongside Middlesex University, National Instruments, Mind Sets, Festo and Fusion as a sponsor of the new UTC, which will specialise in the Technology and Science for Sport, Health and Engineering, and sit alongside the new stadium development scheme.
And teenagers interested in getting to grips with cutting edge technology, pioneering innovative designs and guaranteeing employment on completion of their studies can still sign up to the UTC for the coming Academic year.
Deborah Ramm-Harpley, Principal Designate of Tottenham UTC, said: "The University Technical College movement is driving the innovation needed for the world our young people will be living and working in.
"They provide outstanding opportunities for girls and boys from the age of 14 years to really make informed choices about their future. Bringing employers and education together has been a long time in coming but now we have recognised the need for this collaboration we can go forward with the confidence that the global gap will finally close."
Tottenham UTC is currently recruiting Year 10 and 12 students to begin their studies in September. To apply or find out more information, visit www.tottenhamutc.co.uk, visit the Tottenham UTC Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @tottenhamutc.
Further Open Days will be held at White Hart Lane, 1.30 – 6.30pm, on Wednesday 28th May and Tuesday 17th June.