When I attended the open day, it was clear that the course covered all of the topics that would support in my career progression, including Sports Injury Management and Anatomy & Physiology. The course has a great reputation and was the only real option that I considered after my GCSE’s.
Why did you choose this college?
I chose Bishop Burton College after attending a Taster Day having been able to have a tour of the fantastic facilities, and take part in a range of practical and theory sessions. The staff were really welcoming and friendly too.
How is college different from school?
The College is very different to school in a lot of aspects. The three-day timetable allows me to balance my academic work with my ice hockey training for Great Britain, and also the feel is much more relaxed than school.
What is your favourite part of the course?
My favourite part of the course so far has been the wide range of different theory and practical aspects of the course, including the opportunity to meet new people in a friendly environment.
Where do you hope this course will lead?
I am hopeful that this course will lead me onto University and I have already received a conditional offer to study Sports Rehabilitation at the University of Hull.
What facilities do you like the most and why?
I really enjoy using the excellent sports facilities at the College for my practical academic sessions. I also find the use of the Learning Resource Centre really useful when completing assignments and additional research.
What is your favourite thing about being on campus?
My favourite thing about being on campus is being able to meet and socialise with people that I don’t usually get to meet outside of College.