Public authorities

Found 474 public authorities in the category ‘Further education institutions’

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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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Also known as the "The City of Sunderland College". The City of Sunderland College is a Statutory Corporation set up by order of the Secretary of St...
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This body merged with Sussex Downs College to form East Sussex College Group.
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This body merged with Sussex Coast College Hastings to form East Sussex College Group.
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This establishment closed on 17 August 2020, it merged to form a successor body: New College, Swindon.
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Previously known as Telford College of Arts and Technology. Renamed Telford College after merger with New College Telford.
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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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This body was involved in a merger resulting in the creation of New City College London.
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Also called TyneMet College
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University Centre Peterborough (UCP) was formed in 2007 and is a joint venture between Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and Peterborough Regional College...
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Previously known as Somerset College of Arts and Technology
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Formally known as Walsall College of Arts and Technology
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Also called WCG
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Also called WEA Cymru Before October 2013, WEA Cymru was WEA South Wales.
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Also called Welbeck DSFC The school closed on 3 July 2021
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Part of New City College.
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West Cheshire College has merged wit h South Cheshire College to become Cheshire College - South & West. Any new requests should be made to the success...
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West College Scotland was formed on 1 August 2013 through the merger of Clydebank College, James Watt College and Reid Kerr College.
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Formally known as West Kent and Ashford College As of 1 August 2021 West Kent College rebranded as North Kent College. As of August 2020 the posi...
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Part of NCG
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Also called WSFC Part of the Heart of Mercia Academy Trust.
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Also called WEA
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Also called WEA South Wales In October 2013, WEA South Wales became WEA Cymru.
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This college merged into Chichester College Group in April 2019. Click here to make a request to Chichester College Group.
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In 2015, YMCA Wales Community College became part of WEA Cymru.
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The Yorkshire Rail Academy (YRA) is a partnership between York College and the National Railway Museum.
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