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Increase your options

We offer our full time students the best opportunities to learn. Last year over 98% of our full time students passed their courses.

Increase your options

At Kirklees College we offer all of our students the best education opportunities in Kirklees, with recent national data proving our full time students get the best results in the country.

Our most recent results show that 98 per cent of our full time students passed their courses with many going on to higher education or securing a higher level Apprenticeship.

Our vocational courses will help increase your options after college and you will be taught by our highly experienced and dedicated staff, all of which will help you to succeed in your desired career path.

Our strong industry links will provide you with a wealth of opportunities, from regular guest speakers to work experience opportunities.

I’m hoping to go to uni and then go on to do teaching in a college environment, so further education.

Amelia Grey
Full time student of the year 2015, equine studies

I would encourage others to come to college because of all the options available.

Katie Houghton
Course: National diploma in Animal Care

The course has been life changing, I feel like I've moved into a new chapter. I've always loved the outdoors and the course has given me a greater understanding of what’s around me.

Rachael Burnett
Course: Countryside Management level 3

Kirklees College declared its Process Manufacturing Centre (PMC) open last week with over 60 project partners, local MPs, apprentices and its main funder, Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) attending a celebratory event.

Kirklees College is hoping its seventh year of partnership with Huddersfield Town will be a ‘lucky 7’ for the club

Kirklees College Deputy Principal June Durrant has stepped up to Acting Principal following the retirement of Peter McCann.

Four Kirklees College Media students - James Cigan, Greg Walker, Hanna Duell and Chloe Charles - have been in Bavaria, Germany, over the summer.

School pupils enjoyed finding out about how chemistry impacts on our everyday lives at an event at Kirklees College.

Commis chef Michael Lalousis works in world renowned hotel The Savoy in London, but his journey began here at Kirklees College.

Former student Matthew Nowacki has made the most of his BTEC Diploma in Health and Social Care and now works as a staff nurse in oncology.

Rosie Saavedra now works in the glamorous world of beauty after completing her Level 2 and 3 NVQs in Beauty Therapy at Kirklees College.

Rachel Burnett has gone from student to tutor with Kirklees College.

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