York College

York, England, United Kingdom
York College has a £60 million building with first-class resources designed with post-16 students in mind. This, combined with the highest standards for individual student achievement, provides an outstanding environment for teaching and learning.

About

History

Although originally founded as the Mechanics’ Institute in 1827, the College in its present form was established in 1999 by a merger of York Sixth Form College and York College of Further and Higher Education; formerly York College of Arts and Technology.

Education

York College is the largest educational provider for 16 - 19 year olds in the region, offering over 40 A Level subjects and 80 Vocational programmes. The College also delivers a range of Traineeships and Apprenticeships and works effectively with over 1,000 employers, helping them to recruit apprentices, provide bespoke training and achieve their individual and business goals.

Master's Programmes

Student Life

Campus life

The College has state of the art facilities including the opening of a brand new Construction Skills Centre in September 2015,. The College houses the Alan Ayckbourn Theatre, Ashfields restaurant, hair and beauty salons, spa and nail bar, a 3G sports pitch and multi-use games area, engineering and construction workshops, art and design studios and a Learning Centre on three floors equipped with the latest technology. Some College facilities can also be hired out for commercial use and external events.

Sports facilities

The £60million York College building offers state of the art sports facilities for hire to the public. We have the following facilities available to hire: Synthetic turf pitch (STP), Sports Hall and Multi Use Games Area (MUGA).

Accreditation

York College has been recognised as one of the leading Colleges in the country after it was judged ‘Outstanding’ by national inspection body Ofsted during an inspection which took place between 9th to 13th December 2013.

York, England, United Kingdom

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