Sixth Form Progression
2016 was another record-breaking year at Runshaw for student success in advanced level qualifications. The average grade achieved by our A Level students was a B – the best in the North West – and the average grade achieved by our vocational students was a Triple Distinction Star – the best in England.
This year’s success is reflected by the fact that 21 Runshaw students were offered places at Oxford or Cambridge, meaning that the ever-growing number of successful Runshaw students receiving offers for Oxford and Cambridge has now grown to over 150 students in the past 3 years!
For full details of the progression of our Class of 2016, please see Where are they now 2016.
Adult & Professional Courses
We offer the unique combination of exceptional results, an inspiring atmosphere, excellent facilities and high quality courses recognised by employers and universities.
Our adult learners annually achieve outstanding results, demonstrating that learners across programme are highly motivated and inspired to achieve. Outstanding and improving learner satisfaction rates also loudly announce the message that learners are not only passionate about their experience but are also well supported by teams of committed professionals.
University Courses at Runshaw
As England’s number one college, Runshaw College also offers a wide range of university courses which are accredited and validated by our partner university, the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). Our outstanding teaching and one-to-one support within each area of our university courses, ensure that our degree students achieve outstanding results year upon year, with 97% of our students progressing to employment or further study within six months after graduation. For more information about the full range of university courses we offer, please email email@example.com or call 01772 642040.
Helping you plan your future
A comprehensive information, advice and guidance service is offered across the three college sites, providing support with career planning, researching and applying for Higher Education, developing employability skills, job search, organising a gap year, studying abroad and much more.