Selby College

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Selby College
Jubilee Building - Nov 2013.tif
Jubilee Building - November 2013
Motto One of England's Top Performing Colleges
Established 1984
Type General Further Education College
Principle Allan Stewart, OBE
Chair of Corporation Vernon Wells
Location Abbot’s Road
North Yorkshire
53°46′31″N 1°03′09″W / 53.77532°N 1.05244°W / 53.77532; -1.05244Coordinates: 53°46′31″N 1°03′09″W / 53.77532°N 1.05244°W / 53.77532; -1.05244
Staff 300+
Students 5,500
Ages 14–80+
Provision offered Further Education and Higher Education
Types of education A levels, Vocational Qualifications, Apprenticeships, Higher Education and Adult Education.

Selby College is a highly rated Sixth Form and College offering Tertiary Education, including offering A Level courses through its Sixth Form Academy, work-related vocational courses, apprenticeships, business training and adult education courses. It is located in Selby, North Yorkshire, England. The College is a provider of A levels and Vocational education for sixteen to eighteen year olds. Selby provides apprenticeships, higher education and workforce training.

The College catchment area is mainly North Yorkshire, but it also stretches into the East Riding of Yorkshire and Northern Doncaster. The apprenticeship and higher education provision draws from the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber and beyond.

Academy Building - November 2013


Selby College Renaissance Building

Selby College offers different levels of learning from Entry Level up to Honorary Degree courses. It provides awards up to degree level from the University of Hull and Huddersfield University. The college also works with Edexcel to provide Higher National Certificates and Diplomas (HNC & HND).

Selby College provides vocational courses for 14 to 16-year-olds still in school. The college has won a series of awards for its hospitality and catering courses. The catering team won out of 20,000 applicants.[1]

Alumni include Yorkshire designer Faye Hindle[2] and journalist Tom Kershaw.[3]

Selby College Business Services[edit]

Selby College Business Services offers training and consultancy services to local businesses to help them meet their legislative and staff training and development needs.

The brands of Careskills and Powerskills are used by the College to identify the wider offer from apprenticeship to higher education for employers in Health and Social Care (Careskills) and Engineering (Powerskills) section.

League tables[edit]

New Selby College Campus - November 2013

Selby College achieved a 99.1% overall 'A' Level pass rate in 2010, with 23 out of 26 subjects having a 100% pass rate.[4]