Public authorities

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

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Since about 2014, Reading College has been part of Activate Learning.
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Regent College is a Sixth Form College in Leicester. Please check your request is intended for this body and not one of the other educational institut...
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Formerly known as Taunton's College
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On 31st January 2011, the Royal Forest of Dean College became part of Gloucestershire College.
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Also called K College.
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South & City College Birmingham was formed on 1 August 2012 through the merge of South Birmingham College and City College Birmingham
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Also called SERC.
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On 1st November 2011, Southgate College became part of Barnet and Southgate College.
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South Gloucestershire and Stroud College was formed on 1st February 2012 from Filton College and Stroud College.
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In October 2012, South Nottingham College became Central College Nottingham.
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Successor body: Lewisham Southwark College
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Also called Stevenson. On 1st October 2012, Stevenson College merged with two others to form Edinburgh College.
Defunct.
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On 31st July 2011, St Mary's College merged into Trinity Catholic College.
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Stourbridge College is now part of Birmingham Metropolitan College (see http://www.bmetc.ac.uk/stourbridge).
Defunct.
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This college has merged with two others to form Glasgow Kelvin College
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On 1st February 2012, Stroud College merged with Filton College to form South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.
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In August 2013, The College Ystrad Mynach and Coleg Morgannwg merged to become Coleg y Cymoedd
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Also called mscos.
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