Dudley College is absolutely delighted to report on our A-level results. About 96% of students studying for A-levels passed with an increased number achieving high grades (65%).
Dudley College is proud to announce that it is working in partnership with Kingspan Solar in Halesowen to deliver a range of courses in both manufacturer training and accredited certification training on unvented systems, solar thermal and heat pumps.
Public Service students at Dudley College celebrated the end of their course by holding a 'Pass Out Parade' at the Black Country Museum.
Students at Dudley College were honoured at an annual awards ceremony to celebrate their success. Over 40 students picked up awards for their hard work and determination over the academic year and celebrated with their family, friends and tutors at a magical ceremony held at The Broadway campus.
Kind hearted staff and students at Dudley College have helped to make learning more fun at Bromley Hills Primary School by making a giant sandpit for the nursery children.
The commitment to equality and diversity at Dudley College was demonstrated recently when the college hosted a conference 'Action on Autism', showcasing the findings of a 6 month research project funded by the Learning and Skills Council. Over 100 delegates from all areas of education and support organisations, including parents and students were invited to the event.
The commitment to the training and development of professional Engineering Technicians (EngTech) at Dudley College has been endorsed by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) one of the world's leading Professional bodies.
A student from Oldbury is celebrating after being given the opportunity to show off his artwork at a recording studio in Brierley Hill.
Hair students at Dudley College put their creative skills into good use this week by producing a complete look with a model of their choice. The students who are all level 3 hairdressers have had to plan and design a hairstyle, make-up and costume to create a final image.
A mature student from Dudley College has had the time of her life after being a make-up artist on the budget film 'Born of Hope'.