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John Ruskin College leads the way to both university and the world of work

Progression data in 2018 showed that 94% of our students successfully progressed to a positive destination, either University, Employment or an Apprenticeship.

Here are some of the courses JRC students are intending to go on and study in 2019:

Accounting and Management Queen Mary University of London
Aerospace Engineering University of Nottingham
Architecture Nottingham Trent University
Architecture University of the West of England, Bristol
Biomedical Science University of Warwick
Cellular and Molecular Medicine University of Bristol
Education Studies UCL (University College London)
Film and Media Studies University of Leicester
Football Coaching & Management UCFB (University Campus of Football Business)
Interior Architecture University of Brighton
International Business Management University of Surrey
Medical Physiology and Therapeutics University of Nottingham
Nursing Mental Health University of Southampton
Nursing Studies with registration as a nurse (Adult Nursing) King’s College London, University of London
Nursing Studies with registration as a nurse (Children’s Nursing) King’s College London, University of London
Nursing Studies with registration as a nurse (Mental Health Nursing) King’s College London, University of London
Paramedic Science St George’s, University of London
Physical Education and Development University of East London
Politics Lancaster University
Sport Science Kingston University
Sports Therapy University of East London
The Art of Video Games Pearson College London (including Escape Studios)
Theatre Arts (Make-Up and Hair for Theatre & Media) Greater Brighton Metropolitan College
AC National Centre for Diversity - Most Improved Organisation of the year 2019 National Centre for Diversity - Number 4 in the Top 100 Index 2019 Leaders in Diversity National Centre for Diversity Top 100 Matrix The Quality in Careers Standard EU

As part of its funding agreement with the Skills Funding Agency, John Ruskin College vocational courses are part or fully funded by the European Social Fund.