Celebrating another great year at Myerscough College

Published
Friday 7 December

It’s been another fantastic year of success at Myerscough College, from individual student achievements to wide-ranging campus developments and national awards.

We celebrated higher education students graduating and learners completing their further education and foundation learning courses, with once again excellent achievement levels attained as well as personal recognition for a number of exceptional students.

We remain one of the top performing colleges in the country with high progression into employment or to further study. High community involvement, high student satisfaction, an increasing research profile and regional, national and international recognition for the work we do also play their part. We can proudly claim that this has been an exceptional year.

In addition to student achievement and awards, as a college, Myerscough has significantly enhanced its reputation in a number of key sector areas. This includes the award of Gold in the Teaching & Excellence Framework (TEF) for Higher Education, the completion of a £35 million campus development programme, including brand new buildings at our Liverpool Centre at Croxteth Park, development of centres at Walton Hall in Warrington and Bowring Park in Huyton, the launch of a Young Farmers Leadership Academy, and being named Skills Provider of the Year in the 2018 Red Rose Awards.

We’re rated in the top 10% of colleges nationwide for academic success, with record pass rates for both further and higher education students across the land-based and sport sector. 98% of our learners are in employment or further study within six months of graduation, while we’ve a student satisfaction rating in excess of 95%.

We’ve compiled a selection of highlights from 2018 including student achievements, campus developments and awards, into our annual ‘My Success’ brochure.

You can read or download a copy of it by clicking HERE    

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by Dave Salmon

DSalmon@myerscough.ac.uk 

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