COLLEGE’S HIGHER EDUCATION COURSES MEET GOVERNMENT STANDARDS
Higher education courses taught at City of Wolverhampton College have been rated as fully meeting the requirements for quality and standards set by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
The college met all the requirements in a two-day Annual Provider Review, carried out by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) on behalf of the HEFCE in March, confirming its place on the register of Higher Education providers.
The rating indicates that the college’s higher education qualification standards are rated as reliable and reasonably comparable to those across the UK, that students’ academic experience is of high quality, and their outcomes are generally good or excellent with the college demonstrating continuous improvement.
Claire Boliver, newly appointed principal at the college, said: “This is yet more fantastic news for the college and means that people who enrol for our higher education qualifications can be assured of high standards of teaching and learning, and that our students achieve great results to support them in their desired career.
“We know what employers want and we work with them to further to develop our courses to ensure students develop the skills and knowledge they need to meet the requirements of their businesses.”
The college provides a range of higher education courses, such a HNCs, HNDs and foundation degrees, in partnership with the University of Wolverhampton, in a range of subjects. For details go to www.wolvcoll.ac.uk/type/higher-education/ or call 01902 836000.