New government figures show that Myerscough College scores highly for learning achievement in further education.
The published National Achievement Rates Tables (NART) reveal the latest figures based on exams and qualifications completed in the last academic year. They’re compiled by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, and show an overall pass rate for Myerscough College of 95.7% in Level 3 programmes undertaken by students aged 16-18.
The College’s overall pass rate in F.E across all age groups, totalling almost 4,000 students, is 91.2%.
In addition, there’s impressive pass rate figures for Myerscough in other areas including leisure (95.8%), engineering (99.5% for 16-18 years old and 98.7% overall), and 93.9% for agriculture, horticulture and animal care, across all age groups.
Overall FE pass rates across all age groups at Myerscough College’s centres at Old Trafford (96.4%) and Blackburn’s Witton Park (98.6%) were also high.
The strong results show that Myerscough College is committed to getting its learners the best possible outcomes and making sure that they fulfil their potential. Myerscough College students are given an individualised study programme, helping them to develop on a personal and academically.
Places are still available for September study across a range of courses. For more information, click here: http://www.myerscough.ac.uk/courses/further-education-school-leavers/
This year most of the enrolment events for our new intake of Further Education students, take place on the 24th, 25th and 29th of August. For more details, click here: http://www.myerscough.ac.uk/my-application/further-education-applicants/further-education-full-time-enrolment/
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by Dave Salmon