Why did you choose to study a Degree at Croydon College?

I had completed my second year at Croydon College and had loved every moment of it. The teaching and support I received during the year was one of the main reasons why I wanted to stay for a third year, but also I wanted to grow my knowledge and strengthen my practice.

 

Have you experienced any challenges during your time here?

I’ve struggled to organise my time particularly when approaching deadlines. However, I overcame this by planning in advance and prioritising tasks.

 

What have been your highlights whilst studying at Croydon College?

Every course at Croydon College, whether that be a 16-18 course or a Degree, is taught by industry experts who dedicate all their time to ensure you achieve your full potential. The classes are small and friendly and use a variety of teaching and learning styles to suit all types of learners. I’m so lucky to be a student at Croydon College and would recommend it to anyone who is looking to continue their academic journey or would like to get back into education.

 

What’s next for you?

The teachers at Croydon College have inspired me to go onto University to study a master’s degree and become a fully qualified lecturer.

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