More students progressing to positive destinations

New College Durham has released data demonstrating that nine out of ten students leaving the College have progressed to a positive destination.

Data produced by the College has shown that 89.6% of students, who studied a Further Education course last year, have progressed to further study or employment.

This figure, based on the 2015/16 academic year, has also shown a 2% year-on-year increase.

John Widdowson, Principal and Chief Executive of New College Durham, said:

“We are delighted with our latest progression data.  It means that our qualifications are giving our students the skills and knowledge that they need to progress onto further study or meaningful employment.”

He continued:

“It is an excellent achievement for the college, and parents can be confident that we will give their child the best opportunity to achieve and progress."

New College Durham offers over 100 full-time vocational courses, in addition to 18 A-Level subjects and more than 50 different apprenticeships.

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