Kirklees College students have celebrated their graduation.
Higher education pupils donned gowns and caps at a ceremony at Dewsbury Town Hall where they received their certificates from out-going college principal Peter McCann and chair of governors Geoff Alvy.
The 123 students passed qualifications in fields such as art, computing, education and teaching and engineering, with some also receiving their awards from guest speaker Kate Hardcastle, a Huddersfield-born TV business expert and Andrew Walker from Training Qualifications UK.
Ms Hardcastle gave a talk to students about her 21 years in business, supporting charities and her travel around the world.
Talking to graduates, Mr McCann said: “It is a day of joy, achievement and celebration. It is not the end of your learning but rather another important staging post on a journey that can extend as far as you alone determine through your commitment to be the best that you can be.
“It is also a day of achievement for the college team who have also worked hard to support you and challenge you.”
Mr McCann announced his intention to step down from his post earlier this month after five years in the job.
The college is to start the process of finding a replacement.