college definition uk
Institutions that offer degree-level courses in the UK are called either ‘recognised’ or ‘listed’ bodies.
Listed bodies cannot award degrees themselves. If you study a degree course at a listed body, your degree will be awarded by a recognised body.
Sixth form colleges provide high-quality academic education to 16 to 18-year-olds enabling them to progress to university or higher level vocational education.
Colleges are inspirational places to learn because education and training is delivered by expert teaching staff in industry-standard facilities. From basic skills to postgraduate degrees, colleges offer first rate academic and vocational teaching, in a range of professions including engineering, hospitality, IT, construction and the creative arts.
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