100% Pass Rate for Year 13 Students in Engineering Qualifications

By 17th August 2018Latest news

All of our Year 13 students studying Level 3 Cambridge Technical Engineering Qualification have performed on or above target and have also achieved 100% pass rate in their Level 3 Maths qualification.

These qualifications equip our students with the knowledge and confidence to enter the world of work, ensuring they are ready for the next steps in their future career choices.

All students have the opportunity for an apprenticeship role or job after leaving the UTC, therefore these qualifications are important for their development. Industries in which many of our students have built their careers in include: The Navy, Cristal and British Steel.

Marc Doyle, Principal of UTC said, “In our third year of opening we are delighted to have achieved a set of fantastic outcomes. The Year 13 students have worked hard to secure excellent results, particularly in engineering where our pass rate was 100%, many of them top grades. Thanks to all of the staff and parents for their support and to our industry partners who have been instrumental in showing our students that by following their aspirations, the opportunities are endless. We are extremely proud that 100% of our year 13 students have secured apprenticeships or employment, with over 50% joining degree apprenticeship programmes. We are confident that our continued success will bring strength to the local economy, putting our students at the front of the queue.”

Carly Boden, Business Engagement Leader of UTC said, “I am so proud of our students’ achievements and thrilled that all students have successfully achieved their Level 3 Cambridge Technical in Engineering. Our engineering staff, students and industry partners have all worked together to ensure that our students are at the front of the queue for apprenticeships. This has resulted in a number of successful apprenticeship and job opportunities. We are looking forward to celebrating the success of our alumni and welcoming our students back as mentors in the future, to talk about their successful engineering careers.”

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