Figures from the Scottish Funding Council show the proportion of college leavers going on to positive destinations is at a record high.
Figures from the Scottish Funding Council show that 91% of those completing college courses and leaving the college sector in 2020-2021 were in positive destinations, including further study, training, or employment, within three to six months.
That is an increase of 6.6 percentage points on the previous year.
Of those leaving the college sector, almost half (49.3%) gained employment within three to six months, with over two-fifths (41.7%) going on to further study at university.
The proportion who were unemployed or unavailable to work fell to a record low of 9%, down from 15.6% in 2019-2020.