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Applying to Leeds City College
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The teachers are so helpful and do anything to help you get the grade you want
good size classes but not very good for social activities
Central location and very practical
The selling point for me was not just the course, but also the student life - so many amazing societies!
I am studying at the university centre Leeds (part of the college) so far I am enjoying my course studying makeup
Modern facilities. One campus, so everything is close and nearby.
They offer good activities to get everyone involved such as the movie competition where we had to dress up as a character from a movie
Great facilities and helpful staff
Quality of teaching is terrible we just read from a textbook, which is something I could have done at home. Once they have your money they don't care! I have tried transferring to a more reputable provider but they refuse to reimburse any funds, avoid at all costs
Wanted to return to studying, applied for Leeds city college. Didn’t hear anything for 2 months so tried getting in touch with them, no one bothered to respond to my emails or messages through their contact us part of website. On the one occasion I got through, they said someone will ring you back. Never did. Put me off wanting to study here as they don’t seem to care or are willing to help out. Highly recommend looking for alternate colleges.
so unorganised and unprofessional the staff were very rude and didnt help me with my a levels at all as he told me to do my own research
So far so good. Have done 2 levels there and I'm about to do a diploma. I don't use the facilities so irrelevant. Tutor is qualified, modest and likeable, not a guru type but a "constant learner type". A lot depends on the student's attitude, organising skills and wit+what is someone doing outside of the course. The choice of the course is on the student, I don't get it how can one complain about lack of opportunities after. Someone's combined about how the college rips money etc. It's a business at the end of the day, isn't it? There's always going to be people who complain about something and just can't look into themselves. These people usually don't achieve much. How you utilise the skills learned is up to you.
Poor course quality, poorly trained teachers and zero career prospects after I became qualified.
Totally appalling money grabbing company. Poorly managed, exploits students, and genuinely nice members of staff are diamonds in the rough as some teachers and all management are narcissists. Poor behaviour management of students and support is rubbish don’t come here if you want to learn!
Toilets are constantly out of order, the teachers can't spell - or teach for that matter! Teachers are always late, the longest I waited was 1 hour 15m. The security system is rubbish, nobody will ask for you ID if you do not wear it, the ID scanners at doors never work... Classes can't be controlled - during exams students talk freely. Before an Ofsted inspection, the walls were painting and teachers patrolled halls for ID wearers, rules were strictly enforced! FAB! except as soon as they left it went back to its usual loose self.
Lack of material to use in study's, poor computer facility, constantly broken entry turn styles. Terrible planning on work given, teachers know less than some of the students on the course. Personal favourite, goal posts changed when coursework goals are set.
Engineering course! Don’t waste your time. Awful. They forget they’re kids! In 3 months they’ve learned about STD’s and little else. Left wondering Leeds city centre at night. NOT acceptable. Get a grip.
Do not come here if you are in need of additional help, such as specific educational needs or medical needs. The additional help offered is often not given, though they will tell you different. Staff are unprofessional and vindictive (Though for legal reasons they will ensure no one can be directly blamed, AKA "passing the buck/Closing ranks). Work/syllabus is the bare minimum, often pointing you to third party websites, despite paying for the course (and no, this is not in addition to work given by them.) If you can go elsewhere for your course, elsewhere will be better. This should be a last resort based on my experience. Shame, really.
Brood, money eating, unprofesional bunch of people
Apply for a course as a mature student gets you fobbed off with "we will contact you", sit waiting for update to your application after interview and receive nothing. A simple no would allow people to then apply for a better college. I'll focus on mooc's then apply to Bradford next year cheers for the wasted time.
Don't address behaviour in class, constant distractions and yet the teachers/tutors do nothing. Very hard to focus and reach full potential when it's treat like a primary school in regards to behaviour, constant use of phones in lessons also not punished.