Key Candi facts

Key Candi facts

Our statistics

  • 1560 students across the College progressed to Higher Education in 2015
  • 169 students in 2015 have progressed to study at Russell Group Universities
  • 126 students in 2015 have progressed to study at 1994 Group Institutions 

Key facts

  • 13015 students enrolled on a course or courses at the College in 2015
  • 3,359 students studied Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) courses in 2015
  • 80.7% was the overall success rates for 16-18 year old students in 2015
  • 97% of our A Level students passed their exams from1889 entries
  • 70% of A Level entries were marked at A*- C grade
  • 37% of A Level entries were marked at A*- B grade
  • 237 of our Access to Higher Education students progressed to university in 2015

Our vocational courses

  • 84% was the average success rate across each of the five centres in 2015
  • 264 students achieved triple distinction last year, which is the equivalent of ABB at A Level
  • 10,689 students are currently studying vocational qualifications at the College
  • 339 vocational courses are offered by the College including 58 apprenticeships 

Student satisfaction

We take the satisfaction of our students very seriously. We regularly ask our students for their feedback on a range of issues so that we can improve teaching, learning, assessment and the student experience at the College.

Each year we ask all students to complete a student satisfaction survey. The feedback represents the views of all our students – irrespective of age or the Centre they study at. In 2015/2016 levels of student satisfaction continued to be high in key areas.

  • 93% of students were satisfied with the College
  • 97% of students said they feel safe at the College
  • 92% of students said they would recommend the course to a friend
  • 95% of students said they would recommend the College to a friend
  • 94% of students said the teaching and learning on their course was good
  • 93% of students said they knew what they were doing well and what they needed to do to improve
  • 95% of students said that staff treat them with respect
  • 91% said their lessons are enjoyable and interesting
  • 93% of students said that the assessment of their work is fair and that their reading and writing skills are improving.