Public authorities

Found 485 public authorities in the category ‘Further education institutions’

On 1st November 2013, Aberdeen College merged with Banff and Buchan College to form North East Scotland College.
Defunct.
12 requests.
Also called Accross Accrington and Rossendale College merged with Nelson and Colne College on 30th November 2018.
Defunct.
38 requests.
On 1st August 2013, Adam Smith College merged with Carnegie College to form Fife College.
Defunct.
10 requests.
The Adult Learning Wales name has been used since November 2016 following re-naming of former WEA YMCA CC Cymru. This entity was formed as a result of...
2 requests.
Alton College merged with Havant and South Downs College in 2019. Requests should now be made to Havant and South Downs College.
Defunct.
31 requests.
The successor organisation to this body is: Buckinghamshire College Group
Defunct.
24 requests.
Angus College of Further Education merged on 1 November 2013 with Dundee College to form Dundee and Angus College
Defunct.
6 requests.
On 1st August 2013, Anniesland College merged with two others to form Glasgow Clyde College.
Defunct.
7 requests.
37 requests.
21 requests.
53 requests.
The successor organisation to this body is: Buckinghamshire College Group
Defunct.
30 requests.
On 1 August 2013 Ayr College, James Watt College (North Ayrshire Campuses) and Kilmarnock College merged to form Ayrshire College.
70 requests.
On 1st November 2013, Banff and Buchan College merged with Aberdeen College to form North East Scotland College.
Defunct.
5 requests.
Barnet and Southgate College was formed on 1st November 2011 by the merger of Barnet College and Southgate College.
75 requests.
On 1st November 2011, Barnet College became Barnet and Southgate College.
Defunct.
3 requests.
33 requests.
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On 1st October, the Barony College became part of SRUC.
Defunct.
4 requests.
Also called Barrow Sixth Form College
29 requests.
On 1st August, Barry College merged with Coleg Glan Hafren to form Cardiff and Vale College.
Defunct.
0 requests.
36 requests.
Also called BCOT
53 requests.
Formed in April 2015 by the merger of Norton Radstock College.
28 requests.
49 requests.
Also called Belfast Met This authority is based in Northern Ireland, or primarily serves Northern Ireland.
21 requests.
Also called BCA
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36 requests.
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The college merged with The Cornwall College Group on 31st March 2015.
Defunct.
8 requests.
25 requests.
This academy is part of Better Futures Multi-Academy Trust.
12 requests.
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54 requests.
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Also called Bournville College
Defunct.
28 requests.
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25 requests.
University Centre Somerset is part of Bridgwater & Taunton College.
42 requests.
44 requests.
Also called Bromley College This body trades as London South East Colleges and runs campuses at Bromley, Bexley, Greenwich and Orpington.
54 requests.
39 requests.
Also called BSix
35 requests.
Elements of this body were formally known as Aylesbury College and Amersham and Wycombe College.
16 requests.
52 requests.
44 requests.
56 requests.
Buxton and Leek College is "part of The University of Derby Group" according to the University of Derby website.
22 requests.
51 requests.
This body is now part of the EKC Group. We list it here as it has a degree of its own independent character within the group. Between November 2020...
36 requests.
38 requests.
In August 2011, Barry College and Coleg Glan Hafren merge to create Cardiff and Vale College.
34 requests.
Also called Cardonald College On 1st August 2013, Cardonald College merged with two others to form Glasgow Clyde College.
Defunct.
7 requests.
Part of NCG
34 requests.
31 requests.
On 1st August 2013, Carnegie College merged with Adam Smith College to form Fife College.
Defunct.
4 requests.
29 requests.
On 1st July 2011, Castle College merged into South Nottingham College.
Defunct.
1 request.
In September 2010, Central College Glasgow became part of Glasgow Metropolitan College (trading as City of Glasgow College).
Defunct.
5 requests.
On 8 June 2017 Central College Nottingham and New College Nottingham joined forces to become Nottingham College. Before October 2012, Central Colle...
Defunct.
12 requests.
This college merged with Chichester College in August 2018 to become Chichester College Group. Click here to make a request to Chichester College Grou...
Defunct.
18 requests.
The college closed in May 2021.[1]
Defunct.
59 requests.
39 requests.
Also called CCSW Cheshire College - South & West was formed in March 2017 as a merger between South Cheshire College and West Cheshire College. [1,2]
44 requests.
46 requests.
Also called CCG Previously known as Chichester College. Chichester College Group includes five colleges: Chichester, Brinsbury, Crawley, Worthing, Haywards Heath...
48 requests.
31 requests.
On 1 August 2012, City College Birmingham merged with South Birmingham College to form South & City College Birmingham
Defunct.
11 requests.
This college has now merged to become Greater Brighton Metropolitan College.
Defunct.
22 requests.
City College merged with Henley College (Coventry) in August 2017[1, 2].You can no longer make requests to this organisation, but, you may wish to cons...
Defunct.
24 requests.
26 requests.
48 requests.
Also called City Lit
23 requests.
This body merged with Norton Radstock College to become Bath College
Defunct.
15 requests.
Formerly known as “Glasgow Metropolitan College”.
144 requests.

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