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Greater Brighton Metropolitan CollegeWest Sussex, Worthing View All Courses
NameGreater Brighton Metropolitan College
K College is a college of Further and Higher Education in Kent, South East England, that was formed by the merger of West Kent College and South Kent College in April 2010. The collaboration has enabled the college to provide a range of programmes, from five campuses in Ashford, Dover, Folkestone, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.
Tel: 0845 207 8220
Having merged in 2010, K College Kent now has over 20,000 full, higher and part-time students on courses from Foundation Level to Level 6 in a wide range of subject areas including A-Levels, Apprenticeships and Honours Degrees.With nearly 1,000 full and part-time Higher Education students, K College is one of the largest Further Education colleges offering Higher Education programmes in the UK. The College has further links within the UK, adopting partner College status with the University of Greenwich and further partnerships with the University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University.
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Alongside the traditional Higher National Diplomas and Honours Degree programmes, K College Kent now offers a wide range of Foundation Degrees, the vocational route to a Degree, in many different subject areas.Students can choose to embark on the study of GCSEs/A levels with a career and university focus or opt to specialise in their chosen field. With courses in Construction to Beauty Therapy, the college caters for all tastes. Visit the website for a full list of what's on offer.
Across the five campuses, one can expect to find state of the art, DDA compliant, facilities. The campuses have Wi-Fi, superb on-site catering and the latest AV equipment.
The opening of the new campus in the heart of Tonbridge will enhance further the facilities on offer, providing lots of space for students to utilize however they wish (in relation to their studies of course).
To find out more, why not check out a couple of videos about the college and its campuses: