Kirklees College 2015
Here at Kirklees College we offer a range of courses over a wide variety of areas. Whether you are leaving school, aspire to undertake a degree, wanting to do an Apprenticeship or even if you are an adult and looking to do a part time course, Kirklees College is here for you.
Boost your work skills
Our students get the opportunity to shine at work. Our apprentices and students on work placements are encouraged to not only succeed with qualifications at college but also excel in the work place.
Our students increase their options and work skills with great support from the college staff. We are committed to helping all of our students prepare for work.
We help our students gain valuable work experience, with many working for different companies across the Kirklees area.
Our students also get the best support they need to help boost their work skills, with dedicated and highly experienced tutors as well as career advisers who help students get their ideal jobs.
Get great results
Good pass rates are important and at Kirklees College we are committed to helping our students get great results.
Our 16-18 year old students have had high success rates in recent years, with over 95% of our students passing their courses.
Having great results is important as it will not only look good on your CV when you apply for jobs but they will give you the UCAS points you need to progress through to university.
Go higher and get more with Kirklees College. With a wide range of higher education courses available at the college, we aim to support students looking to progress on to higher education.
As well as having our 16-19 year olds progress onto higher education with Kirklees College, our degree level courses attracted students from further afield to decide to study with us.
We offer a wide range of degree level courses across a variety of different subject areas, including:
- Animal and Equine Care
- Art and Design
- Business, Enterprise and Professional Studies
- Childhood Studies
- Computing and Digital Industries
- Health and Social Care
- Performing arts
- Public services
- Teacher Education