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Tell us about your overall college experience so far.
Course and teaching is excellent, lots of events at the student union and a great campus to study and live on! I would say the best...
OVERALL UNIVERSITY RATING
Tell us about your overall college experience so far.
Course and teaching is excellent, lots of events at the student union and a great campus to study and live on! I would say the best thing about study equine at Reaseheath is the high academic standard you are expected to deliver. I have perused a career in teaching myself and many of my peers have gone on exciting jobs such as paid doctorates, setting up their own faecal egg counting businesses, working at equine rescue and rehabilitation centres and becoming equine physiotherapists.
How does your college make efforts to increase your employability (careers department, work placements, transferable skills)?
Reaseheath definitely equipped me for employment as many of the assignments we completed throughout the three years were based on tasks we might have to undertake in the workplace, both in the equine and wider industries. There were also many opportunities to get involved with employers throughout the industry, for example local stud farms, stewarding at local and international events (HOYS/ bolesworth international) or involvement with the Cheshire Racing Hub.
Course and Lecturers
What do you like most and least about the way your course(s) are taught?
The course had an excellent range of modules available, many of which were options which meant that we could choose to study our interests. The lecturers all had their specialities and the teaching standard was fantastic.
What do you think of your Students' Union in terms of student representation and facilities?
The student union has really developed over the years I have been studying and there are lots of opportunities to get involved with local charities, the RAG campaign and other student activities.
What do you think about the safety, condition, location and cost of your accommodation?
There are several types of halls available at Reaseheath which are all maintained to a great standard.
How good are your college's facilities?
The facilities at the equestrian unit are fantastic with lots of equipment available for projects. The HE centre has areas for independent study.
Is your university in a good location in terms of distance to accommodation and local amenities?
Nantwich is a small town but the nightlife is good, there are a couple of clubs and lots of pubs! Chester and Hanley are both a bus ride away.
Societies and Sports
How would you rate the variety of societies/sports?
How good is the support offered by the college? Think both academic (tutors/feedback) and personal (counselling, etc).
The support at the uni is fabulous, you have regular meetings with your course manager and can request meetings with course tutors. There are also bespoke welfare officers and a support team to help if you have any learning difficulties.