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West London College

History: Has its roots in 1930s correspondence schooling and became West London College in 1977.

The Manchester College

History: The college was formed following the merger of City College Manchester and Manchester College of Arts and Technology (MANCAT) in 2008.The predecessor colleges' histories can be traced back as far as the 1920s.

Isle of Man College of Further & Higher Education

History: Began with the Douglas School of Art in 1880, became the School of Technology, Arts and Crafts in 1947 and the College of Further Education in 1960. Current title adopted in 1991. Isle of Man College and the Isle of Man International Business School merged in 2012.

Kaplan Holborn College

History: Established in 1969 and has since developed into one of the most successful independent HE colleges in the UK. It specialises in law and business, offering a range of courses in association with leading UK universities. In 2005 the college became part of Kaplan Inc., one of the largest international private education providers. Wholly owned by the Washington Post Company, Kaplan provides education and training to a million students across 30 countries every year.

Birmingham Conservatoire

History: Began life in 1859 as a department of the Birmingham and Midland Institute and was formally constituted as the Birmingham School of Music in 1886. The School became a part of the former Birmingham Polytechnic in 1971 whilst retaining conservatoire status, and remains part of Birmingham City University to the present day. 1989 saw the formal inauguration of the School under the name of Birmingham Conservatoire.

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