Updated: Tuesday, August 11th 2020
All students waiting for academic and vocational qualifications results this summer will receive them by email.
Student and staff safety remains our top priority. Please do not come into the College to collect your results.
A Level and GCSE results will be issued to students via their college email account after 9am on Thursday, August 13th 2020 (A Levels) and after 9am on Thursday, August 20th 2020 (GCSEs).
Results for a wide range of vocational qualifications will be sent to students on a rolling basis in line with the release of the information from the awarding bodies.
We anticipate that the majority of Level 3 vocational results will be issued to students on Thursday, August 13th 2020. The majority of Level 2, Level 1 and Entry Level results will be issued from Thursday, August 20th 2020.
Please visit our questions and answers (Q&A) page for more information about:
We wish you all the very best with your results and are here to support you if you need advice and guidance.
Please continue to check the website, stay safe and follow government guidelines.
1998 - still on going
Every year since 1998, The Sheffield College has welcomed around 15 to 20 Japanese students from Keiai Gakuen High School in Chiba, Japan, to study a one year course.
Students live with an English host family for 9 months and learn a wide range of subjects including Maths, English, European Cuisine and Sport. Students develop their Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing skills throughout the year, as well as gaining confidence in speaking English, being independent and socialising with people from different cultures and nationalities.
2002 - still on going
Every year our summer school welcomes more than 40 Japanese students for a three week intensive English Language and Activities course, from Nihon University Narashino Senior High School. Students have a wonderful experience living with their homestay in Sheffield and studying at The Sheffield College. They discover the English culture and heritage by visiting Chatsworth, York and Manchester as well as the Sheffield area.
For more information, please visit Nihon University Narashino High School (Japenese)
We strongly believe that these programmes strengthen the relationship between the United Kingdom and Japan, and help to promote Sheffield as an attractive touristic city. Many students come back to Sheffield to study longer courses, or apply to enter Sheffield Universities.