Uxbridge College has proved itself one of the best Further Education colleges in London and the country, beating national averages by up to 17%.
For success rates for long qualifications (most full-time courses) for students age 19+, the College hit 83%, compared to the 66% national average.
The success rate for long qualifications for all ages at Uxbridge College was more than 14% ahead of the national average, with 81%. Long qualifications for 16-18 year olds had a success rate of 80%, which was 11% ahead of the national figure.
For both long and short courses, Uxbridge College came in at 82%, compared to 76% nationally.
Rachel Davies, Principal of Uxbridge College, said: "This is terrific news and exactly what we hoped for from our commitment to great teaching, high standards, and investment in our facilities. Our dedication to keeping up with the needs of employers and learners alike is what puts us ahead of the game, and we are delighted to see the statistics prove we are getting it right."
Association of Colleges Chief Executive Dr John Brennan said: "Colleges should be very proud of these record rates. They provide another chapter in the success story of further education and are a real tribute to the achievements of individual learners as well as college staff and managers.
"Colleges have responded positively once again to the challenges presented by Government and are at the heart of ensuring that people get the right qualifications to succeed and progress."
Success rates compare the number of learners starting courses to the number achieving qualifications. Percentages based on figures released by the Learning and Skills Council.