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Alongside studying for her Business course, Phyllis became fully engaged in additional activities by acting as an Ambassador for the Business Department during Open Events for prospective students. This involved doing tours and talking about her course.

During her course, Phyllis undertook work experience as a personal shopper at Tesco, where she developed skills with regard to product quality for online customers. She commented that this helped her with her coursework unit on understanding  Business Ethics.

Phyllis particularly enjoyed her course because it involved “a lot of team working and presentations,” which she says have helped her to build up her confidence.

She has been offered a place at Lancaster University to study Law and specialise as a property lawyer on successful completion of her course.

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As part of its funding agreement with the Skills Funding Agency, John Ruskin College vocational courses are part or fully funded by the European Social Fund.