- Created on Tuesday, 09 October 2012 09:06
RYA POWERBOAT INSTRUCTORS GO TRAINING ON THE RIVER DART at NOSS MARINE ACADEMY
RYA Powerboat instructors from all over the South West took part in a fast-paced and wide-ranging training day on the River Dart on 29 September.
A total of 29 instructors attended the RYA development day, hosted by South Devon College Noss Marine Academy, organised by RYA Regional Club Coach Pete Muskett and involving
- Created on Tuesday, 02 October 2012 15:06
South Devon College’s university courses have received a tremendous endorsement by its students in the recent National Student Survey, released on 27 September. 91% of final year students were satisfied with their course, which placed South Devon Collage as the leading institution in the South West and in the top percentile of all universities and colleges delivering university level courses, and j
- Created on Wednesday, 26 September 2012 11:49
Graduation Day photographs now available!
Graduation Day is a very important day in any students life, and is a time to recognise years of hard work and commitment. It is also a great time to share wih family and friends who have been a source of support. Many of our students are continuing their studies, by “topping up” to a Full Honours deg
- Created on Friday, 21 September 2012 11:51
The sun shone on Dartington Hall recently for a magnificent day of celebration as over 200 of South Devon College’s university students graduated at three magnificent ceremonies in the Great Hall, watched by their friends, families and guests.
The students were awarded their Foundation Degrees and professional awards by David Coslett, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth University. Plymouth University
- Created on Tuesday, 21 August 2012 14:54
Over 140 potential university students visited the Uni Open Day at South Devon College earlier this week on a lovely sunny day to enquire about joining Foundation Degree courses, both this September and in September 2013.
College tutors were on hand to give detailed information about specific courses and staff showed visitors around the University Centre, which was purpose built for teaching