Statistics of further education college students in England.
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Statistics of further education college students in England.

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Published by Department for Education in London .
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SeriesStatistical bulletin. Department for Education -- 14/93
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department for Education.
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Open LibraryOL20659403M

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This is a list of current Further Education (FE) colleges and Sixth Form (6F) colleges that are publicly funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency in England. With a substantial number of mergers, and the foundation of many new institutions, this list is inevitably going to be incomplete or include colleges that have since merged to form new institutions, such as Hackney Community.   These are discontinued tools and tables to further education and skills data for the previous academic years and quarters as reported to date (if . (Photograph) - Official statistics giving the most up-to-date information on the further education sector in England. The further education sector comprises general further education colleges, tertiary colleges, sixth-form colleges (including former voluntary-aided and voluntary-controlled), agriculture and horticulture colleges, art and design and performing arts colleges and Reading College is a new partnership between Oxford & Cherwell Valley College, an Oxfordshire based further education college, and LSN (Learning and Skills Network), a not-for-profit organisation active in improving education and training through support programmes, research, consultancy and training. Note the word partnership. In law, a.

Further education (often abbreviated FE) in the United Kingdom and Ireland is education in addition to that received at secondary school, that is distinct from the higher education (HE) offered in universities and other academic institutions. It may be at any level in compulsory secondary education, from entry to higher level qualifications such as awards, certificates, diplomas and other. If this is not possible, information for England would be preferable. Alternatively, information for any country in the UK would be welcome. What is the number of students in higher education? What is the number of students in further education? What is the relative ratio of higher:further education students? FE colleges vary in size - per cent have up to 2, students while 24er cent have moret Finance The FEFC allocated more than Pounds billion in recurrent funding to further education sector colleges, higher education institutions and external institutions in College of further education definition: an institution that provides further education | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

If students opt for carrying on with their education this will take two forms, either by pursuing further academic qualifications or by following a vocational pathway. Academic Qualifications Most schools in the UK have what is called a "6th Form" for students to enter after they have taken their GCSEs. qualifications, with ILR and Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) datasets for 09 to Progression of College Students in England to Higher Education. Progression of College Students in England to Higher Education File Size: 2MB.   Further education colleges can be a lifeline for many of Britain’s young adults L e t t e r s Protesters march through London’s financial district to highlight the cuts in further education at. For some higher education material you will be directed to the Higher Education Statistics Agency which produces statistical information on behalf of the four UK higher education funding bodies. For guidance on submitting statistical information go to College data collections or University data collections.