Middlesbrough College, based in Middlehaven, is the largest college in the North Yorkshire and Teesside area. It teaches over 15,000 students each year and is the largest college in the Tees Valley region. It is at the heart of the local, regional and national economy and works with 1,000 employers training and developing local skills.
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WHEN music technology students Niall Coates and Kurtis Brudenell graduated they didn’t expect to find themselves working on a global video game.
The pair, who studied at Middlesbrough College on a Teesside University degree programme, now appear on the credits of Madden NFL 17 – the latest in the blockbuster American football video game series.
A new generation of home-grown construction talent is supporting the creation of homes across Teesside and North Yorkshire.
Five apprentices have joined Redcar-based housing association Coast & Country to help its growth in providing homes for rent, sale and shared ownership.
Budding games designers, animators and visual effects experts at Middlesbrough College are set to learn from some of the biggest names in the business.
A new partnership means the College has become part of the NextGen Skills Academy – a ground-breaking scheme that matches creative industry employers with educators.
In this report, the impact of the Devolution of the Adult Education Budget to the GLA gets discussed.
We have released our new Collab Group London Colleges prospectus with key information about our partnership.
An award for outstanding achievement for a student from a Collab Group College
"The important part about AEB devolution is that it must be used to do something different", says Ian Pretty.
In collaboration with Shakespeare Martineau, this paper discusses the importance of good governance in the FE sector
In this publication, we argue for the need of the right building blocks to make a great apprenticeship system.