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What our students say

We think that the higher level study at University Centre Bishop Burton (UCBB) is pretty special but don't just take our word for it. Our students have been telling us all about their experiences at UCBB.

Ben Comins Fd Sc Agriculture Io T

Ben Comins, FdSc Agriculture

Subject Agriculture

“Technology is vital to the farming industry in today’s modern world to improve yields, efficiency and farming business in general.

"I have enjoyed everything about learning at the IoT. Precision agriculture is going to be essential to the future of agriculture and for my career."

Nathan Pilgrim Fd Sc Agriculture Io T

Nathan Pilgrim, FdSc Agriculture

Subject Agriculture

“The IoT has enhanced my education, allowing me to achieve my dream job.

"We use the McConnel Robocut RC56 for jobs with limited access, such as challenging terrain and hazardous areas where tractors cannot reach. Operated via remote control, we can maintain a safe distance of up to 150 meters.

"The McConnel has a low centre of gravity designed to give it great stability. Speed, gearing, rotor speed and an emergency stop accessed with a single button are just some of the features that can be controlled with controls. It is also compatible with Trimble, another IoT system we use in precision farming."

Jess Stocks Fd Sc Agriculture Io T

Jess Stocks, FdSc Agriculture

Subject Agriculture

“The IoT has given me the skills to take back to my arable farm at home.

"We use the Yara N-Sensor, which is a large piece of equipment that attaches to the roof of a tractor. The N-Sensor determines the nitrogen demand by measuring the crop’s light reflectance covering a total area of approximately 50m2 per second.

"With measurements being taken every second, we can accurately communicate to the spreader how much nitrogen needs to be applied to the field which helps us to farm in a way that maximises crop production without being detrimental to the environment."

Charlie Mc Gregor BA Contemporary Criminology degree student

Charlie McGregor - BA Contemporary Criminology

Subject Criminology

"My degree has helped me with the first step of my career because we have a work-based learning module that includes voluntary work. I am now training as a full-time Police Constable with Humberside Police alongside two other Bishop Burton students, which is extremely exciting."

Phoenix Van Landeghem

Phoenix Van Landeghem - BSc Sport and Exercise Science

Subject Sport and Exercise Science

"I really liked the way the facilities are placed out. I didn’t like the idea of being at a university with a huge lecture theatre. I like the classroom-based work."

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Helen Smith BA Hons Floristry Design student

Helen Smith - BA (Hons) Floristry Design

Subject Floristry

"If I could change just one person’s life through my story, that would mean the world to me."

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