It can be difficult to know the right route to take, so whether you decide to study A Levels at Dudley Sixth, a full-time vocational course, T Levels or an Apprenticeship, we have all your options covered.
Whether you’re looking to completely change career direction, upskill in your existing career, or just want to take on a new challenge – we’re here to help you get ahead in life with a range of part-time courses.
Gaining a Higher Education qualification can help you access greater academic and career opportunities. Stay local, save on course fees and benefit from links to local employers.
An apprenticeship is a real job combined with studying, allowing you to gain nationally-recognised qualifications and competencies whilst earning a wage.
Tried and trusted by employers to deliver success, Dudley College is the provider of choice for hundreds of businesses and organisations in the West Midlands and further afield.
It’s more than just learning! As well as industry standard teaching facilities, our students have access to a host of facilities to support them personally and academically..
The college is one of the most successful further education colleges in the UK, with inspirational facilities where our students access world-leading technology.
Some of our Achievements:
Get ahead with Dudley College and be part of our success. We have around 12,000 students join us each year, on full-time and part-time courses, A Levels, T Levels, Apprenticeships and university level courses. Apply online any time!
BTEC Extended Diploma Pass Rate
A Level Pass Rate in 31 Subjects
Pass Rate in BTEC Programmes
A Level Achieved High Grades (A*-C)
Student Life at Dudley College
Leaving school is an exciting time, a new chapter in your life, but it can be daunting too with so many decisions about what to do next. Here at Dudley College we’re here to help you explore your options and your potential career progression to help you get ahead in life.Read More
Wed 07 Jun
4.00pm - 7.00pm
Students and Staff Hike 1500 ft up Scafell Pike to Raise £1,500 for College’s Nominated Charities
On Monday 13th March, a combination of Level 1 to 3 Photography, Art, Graphic Design, Production Arts, Music and Tourism students along with members of staff took on the challenge of climbing Scafell Pike, despite challenging weather conditions. Accompanying the group on the day was former Dudley Mayor Steve Waltho, as an experienced climber, he helped the group of 30 […]Read More
Skills For Life – in Action
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street recently visited Dudley College of Technology’s Skills Shop, located at the heart of Merry Hill Centre to talk with learners who are benefiting from training funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). Learners at the centre are studying a range of Sector-based Work Academy Programmes (SWAPs), which […]Read More