Studying at UTC Leeds

Our exciting curriculum offer, including employer-led projects and enrichment activities, is designed to give students a well-rounded education to open up the best possible opportunities for future study and career progression.

It enables students to develop the following key employability skills that are highly sought after by today’s leading employers:

The UTC Leeds Employability Skills

The seven employability skills are central to the curriculum and the driving force behind all aspects of UTC Leeds. They were devised in conjunction with our employer and university partners, to ensure that students leaving UTC Leeds are highly employable. Through the unique opportunities that studying at the college provides, students will demonstrate a high level of confidence and skill in these areas, setting them apart from other candidates.

Level 3 (GCE A Levels and Technical Levels)

(The following information relates to our current curriculum offer. If you are interested in a place from September 2019, please refer to our prospectus.)

Students can choose from the two pathways shown below.

All students will follow a core curriculum in mathematics and engineering and can then opt to personalise their curriculum with further A Level subjects and/or a second engineering qualification, as shown in the pathway table below:

Mathematics
A Level
AS Level
Level 3 Core
+Single Engineering
Technical Level
1 x A Level equivalent
+2 further A Level options+EPQ
(Extended Project Qualification)
+
Double Engineering
Technical Level
2 x A Level equivalent
+1 further A Level option+EPQ
(Extended Project Qualification)

Personalise the curriculum by studying further A Levels in:

Students build knowledge and understanding of engineering through/:

  • Contributing to a series of industry-led ‘major projects’
  • Visiting partner organisations to gain firsthand experience of the engineering world
  • Partnering with the engineering faculty at the University of Leeds
  • Working with mentors from industry and education

Students develop life skills, independence and knowledge through..

  • Leading and taking part in enrichment activities
  • Taking part in RE, PCHE and citizenship
  • Receiving high quality careers education

In supporting our students on their journey to the best grades, UTC teachers continuously monitor each student’s progress. Progress grades are formally assessed and shared with students and parents three times a year. The data from these assessments is used to inform individual support that students may require to maximise their progress in each subject.

You can join UTC Leeds in Y10 or Y12. Apply online now
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Year 10 and Year 12 places still available for September 2019, applications are still open.

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