In January 2018 8 students from the Agriculture, Animal Care, Animal Science, Healthcare Support and Horticulture classes travelled to Iceland to partake in a mobility. The students worked a variety of settings including nursing homes, geothermal glass houses and a variety of farming enterprises.
“The most important experience i learned was my ability to work in another country with amazing people that I never met before and how i fitted in with them, i have nothing negative to say about this experience.” Charles Healthcare
“I had a very positive experience, all good no bad elements. The welcome, the knowledge, the accommodation and the travel all were of the highest level, could not have asked for anything more.” – Geraldine Horticulture
“The most important experiences throughout my mobility experience were, the ability to be able to adapt and work in a foreign country, be able to work with machines I have not had the opportunity to work with before, such as the milking robot, communicate with people who do not have the same mother tongue as myself, learn about and compare the working environment in another country in comparison to the one I work in at home and work with animals in a foreign country. – Aoife Animal Care