Student achievement figures above national average
UHI Moray are delighted that full time student achievement is once again above the Scottish average of 61.3% and the UHI region average of 63.7%.
Figures for the academic year 2020/21, released by the Scottish Funding Council today, show UHI Moray to be again one of the top performing colleges in Scotland with regards to full-time students’ achievement of their qualifications.
The proportion of students achieving their full qualifications last year at UHI Moray was 7.6% above the national average at 68.9%.
Principal and Chief Executive, David Patterson said:
“Last year was such a difficult, disrupted, year for us all, and the fact that students in Moray have again significantly out-performed the rest of Scotland is a testament to the commitment, skills, and flexibility of all our teaching and support staff, to enable such a remarkably high level of resilience and success from our students. I’m immensely proud of everything our staff and students have achieved.”
Following a new UHI visual identity with the messaging ‘where learning means more’, UHI Moray is now looking at an exciting future with many new courses on offer and a continued emphasis on flexible learning to support different life demands.