University level students set the bar high with first class honours

Solihull College & University Centre’s higher education results have impressed this summer. An outstanding nineteen first class honours have been awarded to students across a variety of subject areas.

The Aircraft Maintenance BSc with Coventry University has seen some wonderful results, with five first class honours awarded to talented students on the course. Two students are already working at Newquay Airport whilst others are in roles across the industry.

As well as offering its own higher level programmes, the College works in partnership with top universities including Oxford Brookes, Coventry, Newman and Northampton to offer a variety of degree level programmes. Students receive their degree from the university, but study in Solihull. Many are offered full or part time, so students have the opportunity to study around work or family life.

Sue McGregor, Dean of Higher Education & Curriculum Innovation comments “The hard work and dedication of both the students and teaching staff across our higher education provision is reflected in these results. We are excited to see what the future holds for our students and congratulate them on their results.”

New courses to be introduced to the College’s university level offering for the new academic year in September include the BA degree in Social Justice Studies and the Higher National Certificate and Diploma (HNC/D) in both Policing and Public Services.

For more information on the University Level courses available, come along to the Higher Education Advice Day on Tuesday 20th August, 2-6pm at Blossomfield Campus or visit our University Level page.