Dudley College students who have returned from a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Kruger National Park to study the wildlife of South Africa, have vowed to return to help build a school in Hoedspruit in Limpopo Province.
Andy Street, Conservative candidate for West Midlands Mayor, today visited Dudley College of Technology to discuss the college’s plans to boost higher levels skills in the region and to talk through the college’s ambition to create new University Centre in Dudley (UCD).
18 students have qualified to represent Dudley College and the West Midlands region at the AoC Sport National Championships 2017, which take place later in the month.
Dudley College has introduced an exciting 'Get Job Ready' programme, to provide that valuable experience employers are looking for. If you are currently aged 16-18 and not at school, college or sixth form and want to get yourself ready to join an apprenticeship or job, our Get Job Ready programme can help you prepare so you have the skills that employers are looking for.
Today Siôn Simon was the first of the candidates for West Midlands Mayor to give his backing to Dudley College’s proposal to create a new University Centre in Dudley.
Dudley College HND Fashion and Textiles students took part in helping creating a giant immersive fashion magazine, which shoppers could become a part of, on Saturday 1st April at INTU Merry Hill.
Just hours after announcing the spring budget The Rt Hon Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer visited Dudley College to launch the government’s Midlands Engine Strategy and Midlands Transport policy. He also found time to hear about our plans for Advance II and discuss the ways in which, through our work with the Local Enterprise Partnership and local employers, we are making a significant difference to the skills deficit. He also took time to meet with some of our engineering students.
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A new Football Academy which is a joint partnership between Dudley College and Stourbridge FC has opened its doors to male players wanting to take their first steps into professional football.
A new multi-academy trust for Dudley, the Dudley Academies Trust (the Trust), has been given the go ahead by the Schools Commissioner for the West Midlands and the Department for Education.