Information for higher education students
This page contains corporate information that higher education students may find useful and interesting. To find out more about higher education courses, tuition fees and financial help, go to our higher education page.
The East Riding College Mission
East Riding College will be a leader in the economic and social development of the region, working in partnership to provide access to the highest quality education and skills training to meet the needs of individuals, employers and the communities it serves.
Higher Education Strategy
The Higher Education Strategy (PDF 235kb) describes the development of the College's higher education provision and its aims and objectives.
Quality Improvement Strategy
The Quality Improvement Strategy (PDF 219kb) brings together the wide ranging initiatives, procedures and arrangements which are in place and being developed continuously to improve learners’ chances of success.
Journal of Research and Scholarly Activity
The Journal of Research and Scholarly Activity (PDF 2.12mb) , published every year, showcases examples of research and scholarly activity which staff and students have participated in, particularly on Higher Education programmes at East Riding College.
Teaching and Learning Policy
The Teaching and Learning Policy (PDF 135kb) aims to ensure high quality learning, teaching and assessment and to enable all learners to achieve to the best of their ability.
The Employability Statement describes what the College does to ensure successful progression into employment or to enhance students’ skills to improve long-term career prospects.
Widening Participation statement
The Widening Participation Statement sets out the College's commitment and strategy to widen participation and its arrangements for evaluating the success of its widening participation activities.
Information on partnerships
This information sheet details how East Riding College works collaboratively with its awarding bodies to provide a curriculum that meets the needs of the students and the demands of the employers within the region.