Members of our college community have come together to raise donations and show their support for the people of Ukraine.
This March our students embarked on a four-day trip to Derbyshire for a wellbeing arts extravaganza, which included flying the Dudley College flag from the top of 1000ft Thorpe Cloud!
Dudley College of Technology has invited 10 teams of local school pupils to take part in an exciting and inspiring two-day tech event, Appathon 2022. The aim of the event is to explore and experience the world of digital app development through a team building challenge.
Dudley College students are celebrating today as they received their first interim results of the year, and for many, the first exam results since covid began.
Come and join us for a joyful evening of musical theatre comedy!
Minister for Employment, Mims Davies MP, paid a flying visit to Dudley College’s Black Country Skills Shop in Merry Hill Shopping Centre on Thursday, on route to opening a new Jobcentre Plus office at Crossley Retail Park, Kidderminster.
A workforce training initiative for technical skills has been launched by five Black Country colleges, with support from local industry bodies.
17-year-old Dudley College of Technology student; Paul Deaville, has demonstrated his potential at this year's English Open snooker championships by reaching the last 16 in his first appearance in a world ranking event.
The highly anticipated Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology (BCIoT) in Dudley, received Ministerial seal of approval with Rt Hon. Michelle Donelan Minister of State for Higher and Further Education officially opening the government’s flagship new centre.
Built as one of only 12 IoTs nationally, the £22 million scheme on Castle Hill was developed as part of the government’s £170 million drive to develop higher-level skills across the UK, with £17.36m of funding secured for the institute through the Department for Education programme and a further £2m from the West Midlands Combined Authority.
After a difficult two years in which they experienced severe disruption to their studies because of the impact of the pandemic Dudley Sixth College students are once more celebrating their A level results, with an overall pass rate of 99.8% and 100% pass rate in 31 of the 32 subjects studied, in what has been a unique year for staff and students alike.