This means that if you want to work with animals, support and conserve the environment or develop your career in agriculture, then studying at Bishop Burton College could help you achieve your goals.
National average starting salary for a Farm Manager is £26,083 (payscale.com)
The college is set in 890 acres of mixed-use farm-land and countryside, making it the perfect location to study specialist land-based courses such as equine and animal management, land-based engineering, agriculture and countryside management.
The college delivers specialist technical education through courses that have been designed to prepare students for industry. Students are given practical, hands-on skills and knowledge that combine the use of innovative technology, industry specialist tutors and real working environments. When students leave the college, they are career ready and prepared for industry.
194,000 more people needed to work in the agriculture sector to meet demand in next ten years (LANTRA - Land-Based Sector Skills Council)
The results speak for themselves. Bishop Burton College was recognised by the Department for Education as one of the two top land-based colleges in the country, whilst being ranked number one within the Yorkshire and Humber region (academic year 2018/19).
So, what is it that makes Bishop Burton College so successful as a specialist land-based college?