Bradford College is in the midst of celebrating the accomplishments of its Level 3 students as individuals throughout the nation gather their examination outcomes.
On the 17th of August, an impressive total of 1,450 students attained a Level 3 certification from Bradford College, encompassing A Levels and BTECs. Remarkably, a flawless pass rate was achieved across 36 Level 3 courses.
The Science department shines brightly, boasting an impeccable 100% pass and attainment rate for the BTEC National Extended Diploma in Applied Science. Of the 40 participants, 27% were awarded a triple distinction, equivalent to three A*s.
The Bradford School of Art equally achieved a perfect pass rate for all Level 3 scholars, spanning Creative Art & Design, Performing Arts, and Media & Communications.
A Level Sociology and Access to HE Sociology alike secured a flawless 100% pass rate, alongside Hospitality & Catering. Public Services, Business Management, and Child Development & Wellbeing were equally distinguished by Level 3 programs with impeccable pass rates.
The Health & Social Care BTEC Extended Diploma exceeded the national pass rate by 14%, and the Hairdressing BTEC Diploma as well as the Public Services BTEC Certificate outperformed the national benchmark by 10%. A further ten Level 3 courses at Bradford College garnered pass rates above 90%, all-surpassing national averages.
Sarah Applewhite, Vice Principal for Quality, Teaching & Learning, extended her Sarah Applewhite, Vice Principal Quality, Teaching & Learning said; “Congratulations to all our exceptional students who received their Level 3 results today, some of whom are the first in their family to go on to university. We are so proud of all of them and wish them every success in the future.
“We’re delighted at the extremely high pass rates across our broad curriculum. We look forward to welcoming our next Level 3 cohort in September, with a record increase in application this year and a new wave of T-Levels starting for the first time at Bradford College.”
The College is presently facilitating the progression of over 500 of its own learners into higher education programs across the country, including degrees and advanced courses within Bradford College. Confirmed university placements feature Bristol University, the University of Leeds, and the University of York.
Zeshan Najeeb, an Access to HE Health & Social Care student, achieved a triple distinction grade and has secured a spot in the Adult and Mental Health Master’s degree (MNurse) at The University of Bradford.
Celebrations are also in order for A Level scholars; Leah Dalby, accepted to The University of York for Biology, Millie Taylor, enrolling at the University of Bradford for Psychology and Counselling, Caitlin Cundall, securing a nursing position at Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, and Zainab Butt, continuing her studies at Bradford College.
The College’s doors are open to students in search of counsel and direction regarding their results and forthcoming steps for September. Numerous training opportunities and pathways lead towards the same destination of employment, advanced apprenticeships, or degree-level qualifications.