Fife College achieves best positive destination figures in Scotland
Fife College has recorded an increase in the percentage of their students going on to positive destinations, meaning that they now have the best rate of any college in Scotland.
Figures published by the Scottish Funding Council for the 2018-19 academic year show that just under 3,000 Fife College students went on to further studies, training or in to employment once completing their course.
This meant that 93.3% of students went on to positive destinations, higher than any of Scotland’s other colleges, and against the national trend which saw a slight drop overall.
It marks a second consecutive year of improvement for the College after their recorded percentage of 91.1% in the previous year.
Commenting on the figures, Assistant Principal Iain Hawker said that they were a reflection of the continued work the College did to provide high-quality, relevant learning and teaching to all of their students.
Assistant Principal at Fife College, Iain Hawker said:
“We’re incredibly proud of the work we do here at Fife College to help our students achieve their goals.
“Whether that’s starting a new career or going on to further studies and training, we help to transform the lives of those who are studying with us.
“These figures show that even more of our students are now going on to a positive destination, and Fife College has the best success rate of any college in Scotland.
“This is a great reflection on our high standard of course design and delivery, our links with employers throughout the region, our articulation routes to degree study and our ability to provide the skills and knowledge that will be relevant in the current jobs market.
“We have a track record of delivering to our students the curriculum and course content they need to succeed, and this will be ever more important as our economy recovers from the pandemic.
“Anyone who is worried about their future job prospects should get in touch with us and find out how we can help guide them to a positive future.”