Bath College has risen 50 places in a national college league table.
Published at this year’s AoC National Conference, the league table is the work of journalists at leading industry newspaper FE Week.
Colleges across the country have received scores based on learner satisfaction, employer satisfaction, destination data for 16 to 18-year-olds and destination data for adult students.
Overall, Bath College has been ranked as 17th in the country out of over 200 FE Colleges, and is top in the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) region covering Bath, Bristol and Weston-super-Mare.
The college scored highest in employer satisfaction, with data taken from the government’s latest FE Choices employer satisfaction survey.
With the highest college scoring 35 points in total, the table marks Bath College out as a high performer and is a good indicator of progress made in the last year.
Overall college league table scores for Bath College
|Learner satisfaction||Employer satisfaction||16-18 student destinations||Adult student destinations||Total points|
See last year’s league table here.
Bath College Principal Laurel Penrose said: “This is a worthy recognition of all the hard work and dedication the staff at the college have shown throughout the last academic year.
“The college’s vision is ‘pursuing excellence in all that we do’ and we continually strive to provide the very best for our students and employer partners in order that individual potential is maximised and our community benefits.
“I am really proud of their commitment and professionalism during what has been a financially difficult and demanding year.”