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Bournville College, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Overview

Year founded
1913
Type
Public
Courses
10
Intake
Sep
Type
Public
Scholarship
0
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About Bournville College

Bournville College was established in 1913 by George Cadbury and used to be known as Bournville Day Continuation School. The function of the school was "to provide young people with a sound general education which will fit them to meet the demands of life and work in the best possible way". In 1973, Bournville College relocated to a new campus on Bristol Road South in Birmingham, which it occupied till 2011.

In September 2011, Bournville College relocated to a new £66 million purpose built campus in Longbridge, kick-starting wider regeneration of the area after the collapse of MG-Rover in 2005. The new campus features state-of-the-art facilities which include Mac suites, motor vehicle maintenance workshops, music studios, training kitchens, over 1000 computers, Wi-Fi internet access, 3D cinema room, online learning material, conference centre for 200 delegates and much more. The new campus also offers commercial facilities available to everyone, including: Urban Elegance hair salon, Urban Serenity beauty salon, Urban Flavours restaurant and Urban Fitness.

Bournville College offers courses for school leavers, adults, employers and international students. Qualifications include A Levels, BTECs, NVQs, Apprenticeships, Higher Education and bespoke training for businesses. Bournville College is committed to ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of all students and to providing a positive environment where everyone can learn and work together. 11,024 students studied at Bournville College in 2010/11.

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