Business Studies / Management, Graduate
(3)·By Robyn N·Business· Jul 2021
There wasn't an organised or advertised freshers week, there isn't a great deal of night life in this area of Cornwall. There isn't a student union bar or any areas to "hang out" in as such, to build friendships. I live locally so had no need to use student accommodation. However, there isn't any on site accommodation at the Camborne campus and none of the students on my course live in halls as we are all local, it seems alot of the those who attend Cornwall college are local residents rather than from all over the UK. No student union. There used to be many years ago but not since I've been attending college and uni there the last 5 years. The library is one room but we do have access to Plymouth library online for journals. The classrooms are basic, the bigger lecture rooms were in a seperate building that has been sold off. I enjoy my course as I've studied business at various levels throughout my years in education. The course is kept relevant and taught in an interactive way. Rather than presentation after presentation. We are a small group and therefore benefit from more time and help from out lecturer. There is no city life in Camborne/Redruth but that's to be expected with it being Cornwall. For night life you would venture further afield to Falmouth or Newquay, where there's a bigger student community.