Cornwall College Newquay
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BSc (Hons) Marine Sports Science (Level 6 only)
Level 6 • Part-time • Sports & Fitness
FdSc Animal Husbandry & Welfare
Level 5 • Full-time • Animal management & Veterinary Nursing
FdSc Animal Behaviour and Psychology
Level 5 • Part-time • Animal management & Veterinary Nursing
Wildlife Conservation Diploma
Level 3 • Full-time • Wildlife Conservation & Zoology
The Learning Centre (LC) staff are information specialists who are here to help you with finding, using & assessing information in any format. Approachable, knowledgeable & friendly, we support you with:
- research & study skills
- Moodle (the College Virtual Learning Environment)
- finding books, journals, eBooks & eJournals
- using specific software
- avoiding plagiarism and creating references
What is available?
- Books (for your course and for reading for pleasure) and journals to borrow
- Study spaces for individual study and group work in a WiFi Hotspot to use with your own equipment
- Computers, laptops & tablets to use in the LC
As a College student you will have access from home or on the move to the Learning Centre catalogue and Moodle, use the links below:
International Field Trips
Studying at Cornwall College Newquay gives you access to incredible opportunities, including international field trips to South Africa, Borneo and Honduras.
A small café offering all home-made locally sources snacks and light meals everyday. We sell a wide range of sandwiches, rolls, baguettes, wraps, salads, jacket potatoes, homemade quiche, homemade soup and other exciting homemade food.
Our aim is to supply food which is locally produced, free range, organic, farm assured, English and where possible from sustainable sources.
Monday – Friday9.45am – 1.30pm
Tuesday – Thursday 9.30am – 1.30pm
Our own classrooms in Newquay Zoo are only a stone’s throw away and we use Blue Reef Aquarium and classrooms on Fistral Beach as teaching environments. We work closely in partnership with Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Reptile & Amphibian Group, Cornwall Birds, Cornish Birds of Prey, Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust, Newquay Marine Group and Skindog Surfboards to name a few.
Marine Conservation Zone
Our campus is located within walking distance of The Gannel, a tidal river which has recently been given Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) status, provides a great place to research birds, plants and fish. Not to mention, the range of marine and moorland habitats Newquay and wider Cornwall has to offer.
We have on-campus conservation areas including a pond with dipping platform and wildflower meadow that are great for studying nature up close.