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News: Why choose Not­ting­ham Col­lege? Hear from students

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Future Ready Students Amba Georgia David Isa

Com­ing to Col­lege is an excit­ing way to build the future you want. But it can feel like a big step! 

We spoke to some cur­rent and for­mer stu­dents from a range of dif­fer­ent cours­es, to find out about their expe­ri­ences at Not­ting­ham College. 

​Amba

Student smiling whilst sat on some stairs
Amba

Amba was born with head-to-toe vis­i­ble differences.

For a long time she used make-up to cov­er up and hide away. 

But now she’s built her con­fi­dence and is help­ing oth­ers by vol­un­teer­ing for a char­i­ty called Chang­ing Faces.

Start­ing my dream course at Col­lege, and my cam­paign­ing work with Chang­ing Faces, made me feel com­fort­able in my own skin, and ready to embrace my dif­fer­ences and help others. 

 — Amba

David

Nt Connections David
David outside Nottingham Playhouse

David was part of a group of our stu­dents who per­formed on stage at Not­ting­ham Play­house recently. 

We asked how it felt to get this oppor­tu­ni­ty while on a course at Not­ting­ham College.

Act­ing on a pro­fes­sion­al stage and in a pro­fes­sion­al envi­ron­ment like Not­ting­ham Play­house is amazing! 

 — David

Georgia

Georgia, A Level Photography
Georgia

Geor­gia fin­ished study­ing here last year and went on to university. 

We asked what it was like to start as a new stu­dent at Not­ting­ham College.

I went to Not­ting­ham Col­lege with no idea what I was let­ting myself in for. But when I got there, my tutor was just magnificent. 

I was so ner­vous, but she made me so calm, she always encour­aged me. 

She was just every­thing that I need­ed and could have want­ed. That in turn made the whole expe­ri­ence incredible. 

It’s a love­ly envi­ron­ment to be in. 

 — Geor­gia

Isa

Isa Apprentice1
Isa in his healthcare uniform

Isa won a sil­ver Appren­tice of the Year award at the Skills for Health, Heroes Awards. 

He was recog­nised for being a true role mod­el in COVID 19, and for his ded­i­ca­tion to rais­ing aware­ness for Black Lives Mat­ter and the BAME net­work across Not­ting­ham Uni­ver­si­ty Hos­pi­tals Trust.

I am real­ly enjoy­ing my appren­tice­ship and get­ting stuck into work­ing on the ward. 

I have learned so much over the past year and look for­ward to con­tin­u­ing my stud­ies along­side working. 

 — Isa

The future is yours to shape and we're ready and waiting to help you build it!

We’re indus­try-focused and ded­i­cat­ed to help­ing you get where you want to be. Apply­ing for a course start­ing this Sep­tem­ber is easy! 

Just browse our cours­es, vis­it the apply page, and com­plete the online appli­ca­tion form.

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  • 29th July 2021 (2:50 PM)
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