Join us on Weds 24 November from 4.30 to 7.30pm for our next open event. Pre-registration is required.
I still can’t believe that this is the college experience we get to have – that we can learn directly from all these different animals in this beautiful environment, rather than just sitting in a classroom reading from a textbook.
We spent our first few weeks learning lots of new skills, like how to operate cameras and how to do sound and lighting, and then we started our film projects. The tutors have high expectations of us, but I know I can always ask for help if I need it.Hear from our students
The teachers all have different backgrounds and styles, so you get to learn different skills and perspectives. We’re taught to be critical, and how to research a brief and develop our work. That’s really useful for university and for our future careers. I’m going to the University of Hertfordshire next year to study Animation and Modelling.Hear from our students
Beauty students charity pampering day for primary school teaching staff
Nescot’s Beauty students held a pampering day for primary school teaching staff to raise money for charity.
Former BBC and Sky executive speaks to students about his career
Students packed into arts centre to hear Stuart Murphy's talk
Animal Studies group hold Halloween fundraiser for charity
Nescot's Animal Studies students dressed up for Sane