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Doncaster University Technical College (UTC), specialising in engineering and creative & digital technologies, will provide an inspiring environment where young people can develop and reach their full potential. Working collaboratively with major employers, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, Doncaster UTC will produce the next generation of highly skilled engineers and designers to ensure that businesses can continue to thrive and grow in the 21st century. By Spring 2020, Doncaster UTC will join a multi academy trust called Brighter Futures Learning Partnership Trust which is already established with a number of primary schools and Hungerhill School.
University technical colleges (UTCs) are government funded schools that offer 13–19-year olds a great deal more than mainstream schools. They teach students technical and scientific subjects in a whole new way and are educating the inventors, engineers, scientists and technicians of tomorrow.Find out more
Opportunity to study technical specialisms working with some of Doncaster’s most successful businesses. Access to real work & experience in key sectors including Rail, Construction & Infrastructure, Advanced Manufacturing & Digital Design. Learning in an exciting & new environment that is different to a mainstream school.Find out more
Doncaster UTC, set to be part of the Brighter Futures Learning Partnership Trust, will be a distinctive school led by employers to provide an innovative and engaging learning environment and unique learning experience.Find out more
Sep 10, 2019
In May 2019, Doncaster UTC completed a consultation to engage with the local community and stakeholders on the proposal to open a university technical college in Doncaster in September 2020.
Aug 27, 2019
Applications for the highly anticipated Doncaster UTC are set to open on 1 September 2019.
Aug 20, 2019
Paul Stockhill is managing director of Doncaster engineering company, Agemaspark. He has played a pivotal role in the development of the UTC and, here, in our latest employer partner Q&A, gives us the lowdown on his career so far as well as some must-have advice for young people interested in engineering and creative and digital design.
85% of students say attending a UTC has made them more confident in the world of work.
98% of parents think that practical work experience is an important part of a child’s education.
60% of the time is spent on studying core academic subjects.
40% of the time is spent on studying technical specialisms.