UHI Moray student achievement well above national average

Figures released today, Wednesday 31st May, by the Scottish Funding Council show that for the fifth consecutive year, student achievement on full-time college programmes at UHI Moray was significantly above the Scotland average – 7.5 percentage points above – and that UHI Moray was one of the top three performing colleges on mainland Scotland in 2021/22 using this measure.

Younger students under the age of 21 were also significantly above the average for their age group across Scotland on both full-time and part-time programmes. The two highest performing subject areas in Moray were Construction and Computing & ICT, each out-performing their national average by over ten percentage points.

The indicators cover areas such as student retention and achievement, staff qualifications, student satisfaction and outcomes of Education Scotland reviews.

UHI Moray Principal and Chief Executive David Patterson said:

“I am immensely proud of our students and staff for yet again delivering such a high level of achievement on our full-time courses in such incredibly challenging circumstances. These figures show that we continue to help prepare our community for the opportunities that lie ahead, no matter how difficult the current circumstances may be.”

Please note Higher Education figures are not listed as these are reported by UHI.