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I’ve loved it here. Specially as I’m learning about what I love. The staff are friendly and supportive. I’ve widened my knowledge greatly shame difficulties have occurred along the way.
Large enclosed paddock to train the dog in with us brilliant as has a grass section and a artificial section. The kennels are kept in good order with good information about each dog. Campus is beautiful and well maintained. Accommodation is clean and warm. Plenty of books and online resources available for assignments. Loads of free rooms available to use for social study time.
Support from tutors is brilliant they are always there to lend a hand. Support tutors are available 24/7 and offer the correct support
Good- knowledgable teachers, good variety of lessons and able to put the practical element into it. Cons - long lessons.
They have a careers department, they allow us to go on work placements in our second year. They build skills and knowledge for us to be able to work in a industries. Local jobs are posted on the wall for students to apply
So far uni has been great. The knowledge I have gained from the course is invaluable and the experiences I have had from the course are ones I won’t forget. If I could change one thing it would be less integration of HE and FE students
The college has a zoo on site which is so unique to a college campus. The zoo provides the opportunity for students to gain practical experience with a variety of exotic animals, something which is invaluable for future careers. We have a dedicated HE centre with a cafe and study pods to allow us to get away from the FE students. The library is recently refurbished with silent sections perfect for study and study pods to keep out the noise of other students
The uni is great with these things. Yvette has been great with the recent bereavement in my family, guiding me through processes academically and additional support
I like how the lecturers know all students within their class which provides a personal touch I don’t like how the course in 3rd year is only over two days as it makes me feel like I’m not at uni
They offer a choice of work placement or experiential learning in second year giving you the chance to earn 150 hours of work experience or the chance to go to Africa or Costa Rica. This trip to Africa provided me with the most amazing experiences and hands on experience with animals, something that wouldn’t happen in the uk.