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College achieves national success

WEST Highland College UHI has been confirmed as one of Scotland’s highest performing colleges for the fourth successive year.

UHI's full time student success rates for further education has reached 75.9 per cent, more than 10 per cent higher than the Scottish national average of 65.5 per cent. Principal and chief executive of West Highland College UHI Lydia Rohmer said: 'I am delighted we continue to grow by offering greater numbers of students increasing subject choices in both further and higher education.'

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