Myerscough College News, Arboriculture
SPECIAL FEATURE: Ullswater partnership boosts Cumbrian land-based careers
- Monday 15 Nov 2021
The first cohort of students have settled in well to an exciting, new, land-based educational offer for Cumbria.
Arb students see benefits of tree trunk eco scheme
- Thursday 4 Nov 2021
Myerscough arboriculture students have learned about the eco-benefits of turning tree trunks into something useful.
FEATURE: Could an Access to Higher Education diploma be for you?
- Wednesday 29 Sep 2021
The Access to HE Diploma is a nationally recognised qualification for those who wish to apply for a degree but do not currently meet the relevant entry criteria.
Hort students reunite more than 40 years on
- Wednesday 18 Aug 2021
A group of former horticulture students have met up for a reunion, more than 40 years after they began their course.
Sportsturf student research highlights recruitment challenges in sector
- Thursday 1 Jul 2021
A University Centre Myerscough sportsturf degree student has published research into the recruitment and skills challenges currently facing the sector.
Furness animal partnership goes from strength to strength
- Friday 7 May 2021
An animal studies partnership between Myerscough College and Furness College has gone from strength-to-strength in its first year.