Abel, Ellie, Jen, Aaron and Lucy are Middlesbrough College’s direct link with schools. They visit schools from across the North East and Yorkshire providing information, advice and guidance on the options available to school leavers. You can find out what support they offer on our dedicated Schools Team webpage
Located on the ground floor in the central pod and the wellbeing centre, our student services team are on hand to provide a range of services to support you throughout your studies. This includes a dedicated counselling team and safeguarding and welfare officers. Support is also available for students who need help with travel and finance.
Our Student Union was set up to make sure you have the best experience possible at the College. Led by The Student Voice and Student Union Executive Team, we listen to your suggestions and concerns so we can provide valuable student feedback to the College Management Team and suggest new ideas. Our Student Union also organises events, clubs, volunteering and socials for students to get involved in. It’s a great way to meet new friends and leave college with an impressive CV!
The health and wellbeing of our students is something we take very seriously here at Middlesbrough College.
Our qualified and supportive Student Services team are here to offer a helping hand, whatever the issue or concern.
When you sign up to Middlesbrough College you are singing up for more than just a qualification. We can help to drive you on and succeed with our team of experts who will help you with every aspect of your life at College and any individual needs you may have. This includes: Work Experience, Volunteering, Maths and English Support, Careers Advice, 1:1 guidance, support with UCAS applications, personal development and labour market information, Career Coach and 1:1 tutorials.
We offer additional resources to support you if you have any disabilities and/or learning difficulties. We have a large team of experienced and trained staff who can discuss the possibility of an individual support package to help you to access the educational and social environment at College. Our Additional Learning Support Hub is located on the ground floor and has quiet study spaces and a chill out room if you require some time out. If you have a learning difficulty and/or disability that you would like to discuss in a confidential manner, please contact the ALS Team on 01642 333727.
If you have applied to the college you will be receiving your enrolment information over the next couple of months inviting you to enrol after you have received your GCSE results. During the enrolment period you will get to meet your tutor and have any final discussions with them about your chosen course choice which will finalise your enrolment. You can also collect your ID card, timetable, chat with your student support department and apply for any bursaries/free college meals.
You can contact our Admissions team on 01642 333601 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org If you haven’t applied for a course yet, don’t worry! There’s still time to apply via our website. Simply search for the course you are interested in and complete our online application form, visit our application process page for more information.
Your timetable will be given to you at enrolment. Your timetable all depends on the course that you are studying and the class that you are in, not all students will have the same timetable. As part of your timetable you may have English and Maths added in depending on your GCSE grades. You will also have the opportunity to add a sports academy and enrichment if you wish to.
When joining the college you will have access to our MyDay app, this new platform will allow students to access information which is specific to your chosen course via an app that can be downloaded from Apple or Google Play. Through the MyDay app you can access attendance information, student emails, office 365 and Canvas, you can also view your class timetable and enable notifications and alerts.
Whilst at college it is very important that we monitor your progress to help you achieve your full potential and get you through your college course so that you can progress to towards the career of your choice. Behaviour, attendance, punctuality is all very important so that you can prepare yourself for the world of work, at college we will monitor student performance and regularly report to your parents/guardian. An example of the report is below.