East Riding College welcomes more than 1,600 full-time students every year, with thousands more taking apprenticeships, part-time and higher education courses. Our main campuses are in the beautiful historic market town of Beverley and the popular coastal resort of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, with a smaller site in Hull.
We are an ambitious College, with a strong desire to improve the high standard of teaching we provide and the campuses our students attend. Having opened a new campus in Bridlington in 2009, and more recently in Beverley in 2015, we are one of the best equipped colleges nationally.
We were last inspected in February 2016 and received a glowing report, which described the College as "good" overall and outstanding for personal development, behaviour and welfare, and adult learning programmes. We were rated as "good" for the quality of teaching, learning and assessment, outcomes for learners, 16 to 19 study programmes and apprenticeships.
We were the first college in Yorkshire to gain Chartered Status. The award of Chartered Status is testament to the College’s high quality of teaching and learning, governance and engagement with the local community and employers. Read more about this and our other accreditations.
We have a responsive business development section which provides training for businesses across the UK. We pride ourselves on our flexible approach and ability to tailor our services to employers' needs. See our ERC for Business website for more information.
You can read more about East Riding College in our latest annual report. Further details about our income and expenditure and other financial information can be found in our latest financial statements for 2016 & 2017. You can also find out how the College is working to transform the communities it serves in this report: East Riding College at the heart of its community: Annual report 2016-17
Our legal name and correspondence address:
East Riding College,
East Riding of Yorkshire,
Our main constitutional document: The Instrument and Articles of Government.
Read about our trustees (our governors).