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Bishop Auckland College

Durham, Bishop Auckland View All Courses


Bishop Auckland College


Woodhouse Lane,
Bishop Auckland,
DL14 6JZ


01388 443000


01388 609294



[email protected]


The Bishop Auckland College was established in 1950 as the Technical Institute. Bishop Auckland College is situated in the town of Auckland, County Durham, next to St John's Catholic School and has 8,500 students, around 1,000 of which are full-time. It also offers a wide range of Apprenticeships and Higher Education courses at its main college campus in Woodhouse Lane or at its other Community Learning Centres located in Barnard Castle, Crook, Newton Aycliffe and Spennymoor.


Bishop Auckland College
Main Campus
Woodhouse Lane
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL14 6JZ
T: 01388 443 000


Courses at the Bishop Auckland College lead to nationally validated qualifications. The college also works closely with the University of Sunderland and local employers.

The College has invested over £40 Million in state-of-the-art facilities including new sound recording, music and performing arts facilities, construction and motor vehicle training workshops, a design centre for 3D, fashion, graphic design, fine art and multimedia, and a Higher Education Student Centre in partnership with the University of Sunderland.

Bishop Auckland College students and local people also benefit from the Mitre Restaurant that offers healthy and competitively priced meals, from the college's salons, and the Sports Hall with climbing wall and fitness suite.

99% Overall Satisfaction
11% Time in Lectures
28% Course Work
£4,385 Max Fee
£4,600 Average Uni Accomodation
£3,800 Private Accomodation
92% Go on to work or study
72% Employed after 6 months
£21,111 Average Salary
347 Average UCAS Points
320 Lowest UCAS Points
13% 1st Class Degree