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|Title:||Places available at University Centre Doncaster|
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There are still places available on a range of Creative Courses at the University Centre Doncaster this September.
These courses, which have been developed in close collaboration with industry, include Design, Photography, Fashion, Dance, Moving Image, Animation and Music, and are based in the picturesque grounds of the High Melton Campus.
A spokesperson said, ‘We have close links with industry, trade bodies and professional institutions. We have regular lecture visits by acknowledged leaders in their fields, ensuring that curricula match ‘real world’ needs and expectations, whilst also meeting strict academic and professional assessment criteria. For details about the available places please visit our Information Centre in the Frenchgate Centre or Hub Campus or alternatively call 0800 358 7474 or check the website.
‘The University Centre Doncaster offers a wide range of challenging undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. Personal development is encouraged and there are endless opportunities to produce exciting and fulfilling work here’
University Centre Doncaster, has recently, been praised for its distinct identity and ethos for its higher education provision in a report from the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).
The report said that ‘Academic standards at the College meet UK expectation,’ and that ‘The quality of student learning opportunities, the quality of information produced for students and applicants and the enhancement of student learning opportunities at the College all meet UK expectations.’
In the 2012 UK National Student Survey, University Centre Doncaster students identified that the following were above the national average by significant amounts, the programmes are intellectually stimulating, the University Centre Doncaster offers effective advice and support to it’s students and detailed feedback on work was regularly received.
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