Public authorities

Found 451 public authorities in the category ‘Further education institutions’

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This organisation was previously called Yale College
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On 1st August, Coleg Glan Hafren merged with Barry College to form Cardiff and Vale College.
Defunct.
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The full name of this college is "Coleg Harlech Workers' Educational Association (North Wales)" or "Coleg Harlech WEA(N)"
Defunct.
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This body has merged with others to form Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Defunct.
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This body has merged with others to form Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Defunct.
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Also called Coleg Sir Gar.
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Cornwall College also uses the name Duchy College.
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Merged with Motherwell College to form New College Lanarkshire
Defunct.
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Includes Coleg Llysfasi, Northop College, and Wrexham Training.
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Dundee and Angus College was formed on 1 November 2013 by the merger of Dundee College and Angus College
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Dundee College merged on 1 November 2013 with Angus College of Further Education to form Dundee and Angus College
Defunct.
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Also called EHWLC.
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East Kent College is a further education college which also provides higher education courses located in Broadstairs, Kent
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Edinburgh College was formed on 1st October 2012 by the merger of Jewel and Esk College, Stevenson College, and Edinburgh’s Telford College.
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On 1st October 2012, Edinburgh’s Telford College merged with two others to form Edinburgh College.
Defunct.
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On 1st October 2012, Elmwood College became part of SRUC.
Defunct.
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Fife College was formed on 1st August 2013 by the merger of Adam Smith College and Carnegie College.
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On 1st February 2012, Filton College merged with Stroud College to form South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.
Defunct.
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Also called Fircroft College.
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Glasgow Clyde College was formed on 1st August 2013 by the merger of Anniesland College, Cardonald College, and Langside College.
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Also called GCNS. In September 2010, GCNS became part of Glasgow Metropolitan College (trading as City of Glasgow College).
Defunct.
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Formed following a merger of John Wheatley College, North Glasgow College and Stow College,
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On 20th August 2010, Gorseinon College merged with Swansea College to form Gower College Swansea.
Defunct.
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It looks like this body has become London South East Colleges, a trading name of Bromley College.
Defunct.
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Also called GIFHE.
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Grwp Llandrillo Menai provides a range of further and higher education courses, it was established in 2012 as a result of mergers between Coleg Llandri...
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Also called Guildford College.
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Also called Havering College.
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