Really enjoying it. Friendly staff with lots of support and great group of people. I recommend apprenticeships, they help you relate everything in work to the course.
As i do the part time course, most of us are in full time employement, so we don't need a great deal of support on this.
I like the small lectures, gives lots of opportunity to speak woth tutor and talk to others in the group.
Colege have everything you need and very good support for tutors and management
Overall really good support
So far I have enjoyed my time at my university . Tutors are polite and always helpful. Always have fun at the uni with all teachers and student great time being there.
Take us out to conventions to meet the pros
I like the way the sessions are planned fun and very knowledgeable However time is a bit off as I prefer doing mornings so I can leave around 1 pm to work at home
Facilities are reliable very helpful ash to access helpful when trying to find them. Computers are up to standard all software downloaded for when I’m ready to use them.
Feedback is perfect always getting feedback to improve my work really happy with the feedback and how it is given.
It has been a really good experience. All the tutors are so supportive and have helped me with the course and made sure I understand fully what I need to do to reach my goals.
They’re always thinking of ways to increase our employability from helping with cvs to finding us work placements!
I like how the groups are small and intimate there’s nothing I don’t like!
Very good. Because our groups are small we can have so much support from tutors
My experience has been great, and very interesting as I have adapted into learning new things and also understanding different elements aswell as making new friends.
They are okay.
It’s really great.
I have enjoyed every moment . Every day is educative. I have made friends and acquired different skills including technical, communication and managerial . It has made me more employable .
Educating us in the field through taught lessons and practical's. They share information on career opportunities
I enjoy doing the practical side of my course
Good, building is new, the library has enough resources and the teaching is good and educating. Friendly environment embracing people from different backgrounds
Very good- Available all the time at college and through email and phone
i have come back into education after 2 years and the college has supported me through my foundation degree. it has given me that confidence and being able to believe in myself and do the best of my ability.
having that support from tutors help a lot and being able to gain access to the modules that have been taught uploaded on google classroom.
A lot has changed over the past few years in college. However i have found it benefical in doing this course it has brought me out of my comfort zone and being able to test my abilities.
Having all the modules and topics uploaded on google classroom. It enables to give us the chance to look back at work.
I have really, really enjoyed my experience at Leeds City College so far and look forward to my time there with excitement. I am enjoying my course very much despite any of the little niggles I mentioned previously and l will be quite disappointed to finish at the end of the year. But hopefully this loss will be made up for with a good outcome.
As is per the name of the course, Art Enterprise, this course is very good at gearing it's students towards employment in the Art World. Although there's been nothing specific so far in terms of seeing a careers officer or doing a work placement, the course includes a lot of opportunities to experience different work options. There are also lectures and workshops from visiting speakers who are working artists and other people who work in the art and media sectors. The course also guides us very well in terms of how to market oneself as an artist in terms of the advice given and the projects allocated.
What I like most about my course is taught is: the friendliness and approachable nature of both the teaching and non-teaching staff. The tutorials are interesting and enjoyable and the staff are helpful and supportive. What I like least about the way my course is taught is: the unpredictability of the timetable, the scarcity of resources and the haphazard nature of any extra-curricular activities.
Not bad. The new building has a lovely facade and landscaping and a really good aspect being situated close to the city markets, bus and coach stations and shops. I like some of the facilities provided particularly the cafe area but one irritation is that there aren't enough toilets really. My course is situated on the 2nd floor and there are no toilets on our floor so we have to go up to Level 3 which are unisex and not at all nice, or to the one on the first/ground floor which is disabled and hard to find if you didn't know it was there. Although I'm used to the floor I'm on now and I like it, it would have been nice to have been higher up with a view of the city which would've offered great inspiration for us would-be artists! The rooms are nice and big with huge almost floor to ceiling windows which are great for light but not so good for airing the space as the windows can't be opened even a little bit. Now this is okay in the winter when the weather's bad and you don't want to get air in, but it's going to be awful during the hotter times as it will be quite stuffy. If there were some ceiling fans or something that might've helped. When we first arrived, the temperature veered from absolutely freezing to boiling hot. Although that's settled a bit, it is still unpredictable temperature wise. I love the lecture theatre: good seating, views, acoustics; would have been nice to have another one. Through careful readjustment of furniture, we have been able to carve out our own spaces and are able to leave things to a certain extent (lockers have been provided too which is great) though more purpose-built work spaces would've been even better. Finally, I feel that the library/learning resource centre could've been given much more prominence. It is too small really and not what it should be: a place to do some quiet study with desks, good lighting and other facilities as well as books and computers. This is what I have generally experienced in other universities and colleges and in this respect, it would have been invaluable asset to the college facilities as the studio space where I currently study in tends to get a bit noisy at times. Despite all of the above, I think the college is a great place to study and am enjoying every minute of being there.
As previously commented support offered by the tutors and feedback given is really very good but none of us are really aware of any personal support available i.e. counselling, study issues etc.
I have progressed from level 2 to 6 and have enjoyed all of the time within college and university. the course are interesting and the support given is 10/10.
The tutors are very supportive and go above and beyond their job role.
The topics are taught clearly and we are given lots of support and guidance.
I am happy with the facilities.
Best multicultural dance course in the north of England by far. i enjoy every class and have a great relationship with my teachers. i would highly recommend to other dancers.
we had a guest speaker come in to talk to us about opportunities in the industry and how to be more employable.
academic work needs to be more organised between tutors.
Amazing. dance studios are accessible and a good size. great space for bring packed lunch that needs heating. Always mac computers free to use. printers in most rooms. well priced food. good space for common rooms.
amazing, lots of support in the areas needed.