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1 New City College (incorporating Havering College) review
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Computing and Systems Development (Information Communication Technology Systems Support) BSc (Hons)
Tell us about your overall college experience so far.
Avoid the IT courses at this college at all costs. My time here was absolutely atrocious. I would sooner, pour sulfuric acid in my eyeballs than attend another lesson at the IT department of this college. There was absolutely no support with the assignments or subjects. The teachers do not even attempt to teach you what you need to know to get the assignments done. Overall it's just dreadful, you go there to learn, and they expect you to know how to do everything, off the bat.
How good are your college's facilities?
Not even a uni... They wish!
How good is the support offered by the college? Think both academic (tutors/feedback) and personal (counselling, etc).
The most support I received was from a metal railing outside the cafe.
What do you think of your Students' Union in terms of student representation and facilities?
Is your university in a good location in terms of distance to accommodation and local amenities?
Love Romford me!
Societies and Sports(1)
How would you rate the variety of societies/sports?
Didn't know there were any.
Lecturers and teaching quality(1)
What do you like most and least about the way your course(s) are taught?
Alot of IT department were negative and anti-social, with the exception of a few people.
How does your college make efforts to increase your employability (careers department, work placements, transferable skills)?
What do you think about the safety, condition, location and cost of your accommodation?