Students celebrate record-breaking year for college

The Northern Echo: Successful students (L-R): Coral Smith, Demi McLinden, Jena Richeldis Parkin, Levi Jane Brown, Anna-Leigh Carr, Harry Walker and Samuel Handy Successful students (L-R): Coral Smith, Demi McLinden, Jena Richeldis Parkin, Levi Jane Brown, Anna-Leigh Carr, Harry Walker and Samuel Handy

STUDENTS from East Durham are celebrating after being made offers from universities throughout the UK.

The students, who studied a range of land-based courses at East Durham College’s Houghall Campus, in Durham City, have secured offers on courses as diverse as a BSc degree in zoology with herpetology (a branch of zoology concerned with the study of amphibians and reptiles) at Bangor University in Wales to a BA (Hons) degree in Wildlife and Media at the University of Cumbria.

This year East Durham College has seen a record number of students applying to study higher education.

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