Foundation Degree (subject to validation by the Royal Agricultural University)
This exciting new foundation degree in sustainable land management is designed for those interested in a career in the land-based industries with a focus on the development of sustainable ecosystems and their services to local populations and landscapes. This programme will be well suited for individuals interested in forestry and arboriculture career paths. The first year of study builds a strong foundation of skills and knowledge while the second year enables students to further develop their specialist skills with both practical and theoretical elements, and includes a work placement module.
Please note, this programme is currently subject to validation.
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Full-time: 2 years
Part-time: 4 years
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The UCAS code for this course is P750.
For the academic year 2019/20 the tuition fees for UK and EU students are:
The library facilities at Plumpton located in the centre of the College campus. There is plenty of space for quiet study and plugs at every desk. The library has extensive computer facilities to support student research and there is also easy access to printers. The library is staffed by the library manager and library assistants.
There are over 10,000 books on land-based subjects, plus a range of magazines and journals, including electronic resources that may be accessed from College or home. The library stocks specialist material that covers a broad range of animal management, conservation and veterinary science subjects to facilitate students in their assignments and research projects. Students also have access to subject-specific e-journals and e-publications.
We have a dedicated Higher Education I.T. room here at Plumpton, providing reliable access to a quiet study space and printing facilities.
Our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is based on the programme Moodle. It is used daily by both staff and students to ensure that we adhere to the College aim of using modern technology to help support outstanding teaching, learning and assessment at college. Staff are encouraged to empower their students through the use of digital tools both in and outside the classroom. For example, they can provide support before a lesson by uploading lecture slides onto the module page. Digital enhancement can be conducted in a variety of ways during a lesson, such as encouraging student interaction through the use of Virtual Reality. Meanwhile, post-lesson enrichment can come in the form of a lesson-review quiz. Students must also submit assignments online via Turnitin, allowing staff to provide accessible and detailed digital feedback.
HE Study Rooms
HE students have access to their own study rooms that is for the sole use of HE students. The rooms are located in the Research & Development building, and creates a quiet self-study environment for students. Additionally, there is also a dedicated HE common room designed to provide students with a space to relax and engage with other HE students.
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