The information published on these pages shows:
It also shows these numbers by reference to:
It is important to note that the data presented has not been contextualised. It does not show the detail of all applicants as small group sizes mean that individuals could be identified if the data was published, for example. Additionally, it does not show of applicants who met the entry criterion.
N/A – not applicable as no applicants to this mode of study
N – 24 or fewer students in this population
DP – data suppressed for data protection reasons
The data contained in the tables have been rounded and suppressed as follows:
The Sheffield College is committed to developing higher level skills to the Region in a way that is complementary to the wider Regional offer, and which is agile to meet the needs of students.
The College has a diverse student population and has developed significant strategies to support students in learning, including:
We enrol a higher proportion of students who are from underrepresented groups compared to the national average (over 80% of our students are from these backgrounds compared to around 20% nationally). The data shows that The Sheffield College has a high number of students from low participation neighbourhoods, neighbourhoods with a high level of deprivation, ethnic minority groups, mature students and students with a disability. We work on a range of projects to support students to progress to higher level study and the range of strategies we develop are designed to encourage and ensure students thrive.
|Ethnicity||BAME||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|Ethnicity||White||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|EIMD 2019 quintile||1 and 2||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|EIMD 2019 quintile||3 to 5||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|Gender||Female||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|Gender||Male||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
|Gender||Other||N (24 or fewer students in this population)|
This tables indicates first degree outcomes. The College aims to support students to access all types of HE provision and therefore it offers a range of HNC, HND, Cert HE, and Foundation Degrees whose outcomes do not get reported in this table from the Office for Students.
The data is marked as ‘N’ because the College’s small group sizes means that it is not reportable in the Office for Students data (as per the key above).
|Mode of Study||Characteristic||Characteristic split||Headcount of classified First Degrees awarded||Percentage of classified First Degrees awarded as first class||Percentage of classified First Degrees awarded as upper second class||Percentage of classified First Degrees awarded as lower second class||Percentage of classified First Degrees awarded as third class / pass||Headcount of unclassified First Degrees awarded||Headcount of other undergraduate awards|
In relation to the above tables:, central to the College’s ethos is to have high levels of contact in friendly and supportive groups. The majority of the College’s students get good qualification outcomes as identified in the College’s Access and Participation Plan.
|Mode of Study||Characteristic||Characteristic split||Headcount of other undergraduate awards|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||1||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||2||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||3||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||4||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||5||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||N/A||N|
|Part-time||EIMD 2019 quintile||Unknown||N|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||1||30|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||2||N|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||3||40|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||4||60|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||5||50|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||N/A||N|
|Apprenticeships||EIMD 2019 quintile||Unknown||N|