Brooksby Melton College is delighted to be placed highest in the East Midlands for 16-18 achievement at Level 3 for the fourth year in a row!*

Published on 28th March 2019, the apprenticeship, education and training annual national achievement rate tables (NARTs) indicate that BMC is the best performing college in the East Midlands for 16-18 year old learners studying at Level 3 for the fourth year running!

In addition, BMC is the best performing college in Leicestershire for 16-18 year olds across all levels, and for all age groups taking Level 3 qualifications.

These achievement rates serve to highlight BMC’s commitment to providing a high-standard learning experience for all students, who benefit from learning from industry-expert lecturers in multi-million pound facilities.

BMC is a specialist provider of Further and Higher Education situated in the heart of Leicestershire. The college offers a wide range of courses, from entry level through to degrees. The 850-acre Brooksby Campus offers qualifications in Agriculture, Animal Care, Construction and Joinery, Countryside Management, Equine, Foundation Studies, Horticulture, Land-based Engineering, Motor Vehicle Engineering and Sport. The Creative and Service Industries campus, based in the centre of Melton Mowbray, offers qualifications in Catering and Hospitality, Creative Media, Early Years, Hair and Beauty, Health and Social Care, Life and Living Skills and Performing Arts.

There’s still time to apply for a course at BMC starting this September! Why not register for an open day to find out more? Click here to find out more and book your place.

 

*Data taken from National Achievement Rate Tables https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/national-achievement-rates-tables-2017-to-2018
The dataset was produced by cross-referencing the UKPRN for ‘East Midlands’ Colleges based on the published ‘Home Region’ against the ‘Education & Training Headline Overall Achievement Rates For Institutions’ – with data filtered on ’16-18’, ‘Level 3’, ‘Specialist’ and ‘General FE and Tertiary College’ (excluding specialist art colleges).