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Talks established to prevent sixth form college strikes
Unions that represent sixth form college teachers have agreed to participate in a series of talks to avoid striking. TheRead more.
Sixth form college receives tax rebate over student restaurant
A sixth form college in Hampshire has received a £55,000 tax rebate after it was ruled its in-house restaurant shouldRead more.
Government said to be underestimating cost of student loans
The government has been accused of underestimating the value of student loans that will never be paid back, according toRead more.
Dereham sixth form college sees rise in numbers
Recent successes at Dereham sixth form college have sparked a surge in new pupil admissions. However, such a rapid riseRead more.
Funding cuts force colleges to scrap courses
Michael Gove’s latest spending cuts have apparently caused some colleges to scrap A-levels in subjects such as maths and languages.Read more.
Birkenhead college forges partnership with Chinese university
A specialist sixth form college in Wirral has formed a partnership with a Chinese university. The Sixth Form College inRead more.
Bournemouth and Poole college expansion approved
An £11 million investment for the Bournemouth and Poole college has been given the go-ahead. The plans will transform theRead more.
Hills Road Sixth Form named one of the best
Hills Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge has been named as one of the best 30 state schools in theRead more.
Sixth form college VAT refund hopes dashed
Sixth form colleges’ hopes of obtaining a VAT refund have not materialised. According to the FE Week, Michael Gove hasRead more.
Tech level qualifications announced
New vocational qualifications, dubbed ‘Tech Levels’, have been announced. The qualifications, which are of equivalent standard to A-levels, are designedRead more.
New sixth form to accept cleverest poor children
The first selective school in more than 40 years is being set up to help bright pupils from poorer backgroundsRead more.
Sixth form college offers January to June courses
Stockton Sixth Form College has launched two new courses which start in January, as opposed to the traditional September startRead more.
Sixth form colleges miss out on VAT reimbursement
A sixth-form college principal has spoken out against the government regulations concerning independent further education establishments. David Adelman, principal ofRead more.
Hills Road Sixth Form College wins Sunday Times award
Hills Road Sixth Form College has been named Sunday Times State Sixth Form College of the Year 2013. The collegeRead more.
Shrewsbury Sixth Form College receives good Ofsted report
Shrewsbury Sixth Form College has been awarded a ‘good’ rating in its recent Ofsted assessment. The college, which has overRead more.
Inverness College pushed for science academy
Inverness College is among the partners hoping to develop plans for a new science academy in the region. The HighlandsRead more.
Coventry college showing signs of improvement
A college in the West Midlands has shown promise in turning things around after being labelled “inadequate” by Ofsted. CoventryRead more.
Lincolnshire college looks for new campus location
A new £13.5 million local college campus looks set to be built near Lincoln, at the city’s showground. Bishop BurtonRead more.
Preston college pays tribute to former student
A local college in Lancashire unveiled a memorial bench dedicated to a former student on Monday (October 14th). Preston-based MyerscoughRead more.
Newmarket College helps to boost morale of overseas soldiers
Young people studying at Newmarket College have started a new pen pal scheme with members of the armed forces servingRead more.
Funding boost for Hampshire colleges
A trio of colleges in Hampshire have been awarded a share of £1.36 million in funding grants. Awarded by theRead more.
Former College boss wins constructive dismissal payout
The former head of Canterbury College has won a compensation package after winning a constructive dismissal hearing. Tribunal officials heardRead more.
Young mum takes college exam two days after giving birth
A young mum has been given an award by her college after taking an exam just two days after sheRead more.
Scunthorpe college unveils new upgrade
A college in Scunthorpe has unveiled a number of new upgrades that it hopes will bolster student numbers. John LeggottRead more.
Vice principal leaves Wiltshire College
The vice principal of Wiltshire College has left his post. This means that Robert Rees, who is understood to haveRead more.
Wigan and Leigh College celebrates student satisfaction
Officials at Wigan and Leigh College (W&LC) are celebrating recent survey results that show their students are among the mostRead more.
Priestley College pupils test out Russell Group universities
Pupils at Priestley College in Warrington have been given the chance to test out facilities at two huge Russell GroupRead more.
College teaching bursaries offered to graduates
The need to address a lack of quality teaching in higher education facilities in the UK has pushed the governmentRead more.
Warrington college builds on Oxbridge connections
A college in Warrington has announced a partnership it hopes will get more students into Oxford or Cambridge university. JoeRead more.
Bradford College seeks sponsors
Previous students at Bradford College are being urged to sponsor it so more money can be brought in to supplementRead more.
South Wales college launches cycling scheme
A college in south Wales has launched a scheme to encourage its students and staff to use more sustainable formsRead more.
Construction starts on new college in Liverpool
Construction work has begun on a new college in Liverpool. The Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College (ABCSC) will cost £17Read more.
College staff suffer as executive payoff revealed
It has been announced that the former head of Barnet College was paid off to the tune of £203,000 inRead more.
College secures contract for Saudi training facility
A college in Portsmouth and its partners have beaten a number of international institutions to secure a contract to provideRead more.
RAF college plans submitted
Plans to build a £230 million military training centre on a former Royal Air Force (RAF) base have been submittedRead more.
Highbury college launches entrepreneur programme
Highbury College in Portsmouth is preparing students for entrepreneurial careers through a new programme. Under the scheme, the educational institutionRead more.
Costs of NI police training college continue to rise
The costs of building a Northern Irish police training college have continued to rise before construction has begun. Although buildersRead more.
City College Coventry principal leaves after lacklustre performance
The principal of City College Coventry (CCC) is to leave after his college was rated “inadequate” in a report byRead more.
Knowsley Community College turns fortunes around
Knowsley Community College (KCC) has rapidly turned around its fortunes after receiving a poor Ofsted ranking last year. In MarchRead more.
Construction building opened at Myerscough College
A new building designed for construction students at Myerscough College has been unveiled. The Marcus Worthington Construction Skills Centre hasRead more.
Puppy room opening to relieve Aberdeen student exam stress
Students at the University of Aberdeen will soon be able to relieve exam stress by playing with puppies. The institution’sRead more.
Oxford University ends cash row with student
Oxford University is set to make adjustments to its postgraduate admissions policy after settling a legal dispute with a student.Read more.
Student doctors to receive remarked test results
Medical students in their final year at Queen’s University in Northern Ireland are set to receive the results of aRead more.
David Cameron urges Indian students to come to the UK
Indian students are being urged by David Cameron to study at UK universities ahead of his visit to the country.Read more.
More disadvantaged students applying to university
The number of poorer students applying for places at UK universities is increasing, despite a recent hike in tuition fees.Read more.
Essay writing prize for Selby College student
A third-place finish in an essay writing competition has ensured a student at Selby College has taken away a specialRead more.
People need to make an informed choice about student loans
People in the UK hoping to complete a degree need to make an informed choice when it comes to theirRead more.
Poorer students losing out on university places
Young individuals applying for university places are at a disadvantage when it comes to creating their personal statements, as theyRead more.
Reduced student numbers could affect academic jobs
Academic jobs are likely to be impacted by any future changes in student numbers, it has been suggested. Johnny Rich,Read more.