Birmingham Metropolitan College

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Birmingham Metropolitan College is a further and higher education college with 10 campuses distributed within Birmingham, England.wikipedia
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Eastside, Birmingham

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By the late 1990s, these premises had become unfit for purpose and it was deemed uneconomic to refurbish them, so Matthew Boulton College sought a new location on Jennens Road in the Eastside area of the city in late 1999 close to the Aston University Campus.
Matthew Boulton College also built a new major facility in 2005 and overlooks the Masshouse site.

Birmingham

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Birmingham Metropolitan College is a further and higher education college with 10 campuses distributed within Birmingham, England.
Birmingham Metropolitan College is one of the largest further education colleges in the country, with fourteen campuses spread across Birmingham and into the Black Country and Worcestershire.

Bishop Vesey's Grammar School

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They also obtained the Old Art School, further up Lichfield Road adjacent to Bishop Vesey's Grammar School, which is now being used as a performing arts centre.
It is situated on the A5127, next to Birmingham Metropolitan College (former Sutton Coldfield College) and the Cross-City Line.

SMC Hickton Madeley Architects

A new Sixth Form Centre, designed by SMC Hickton Madeley Architects, at the Lichfield Road campus was completed in 2001.
Clients have included Aston University, Staffordshire University, DSS Estates, English Partnerships, Miller, Mansell, Norwest Holst, St. Modwen Properties, Walsall College, Wakefield College, Middlesbrough College, Sutton Coldfield College and Wellington District & Cottage Hospital.

Erdington

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There are two campuses in the Erdington area of north Birmingham; Slade Road and Mason Road.
Josiah Mason Campus, a campus forming Birmingham Metropolitan College, was formerly a further education college by the name of Josiah Mason College that merged with Sutton Coldfield College in 2006.

David Benson

Educated at Park Hall Secondary Modern in Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire, and at Sutton Coldfield College of Further Education, he went on to gain a Degree in Drama and Theatre Studies at the Royal Holloway College, University of London.

Matthew Boulton

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In 1957, it was decided to rename the separate Suffolk Street building and in November 1957, it became the Matthew Boulton Technical College, named after Matthew Boulton, a prominent local industrialist of the Industrial Revolution.
Matthew Boulton College was named in his honour in 1957.

Moat House, Sutton Coldfield

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The buildings were mostly constructed in the 1950s as purpose-built structure although the college also obtained the Grade II* listed Moat House which was built in the 17th century by Sir William Wilson.
The property is occupied by the adjacent Sutton Coldfield College.

Gideon London

London was born on 18 March 1961 in Hampstead, London, he studied Fine Art at Stourbridge College.

Mike Skinner (musician)

Mike Skinner
In the mid-1990s, following secondary education at Bournville School, Skinner became a student at Sutton Coldfield College, in Sutton Coldfield, and was working in fast-food jobs while trying to start his own independent record label and sending off demos.

Castle Vale

Josiah Mason College also occupied another campus in Castle Vale that is now occupied by Birmingham Metropolitan College.
When Josiah Mason College was merged into Sutton Coldfield College, it became a campus to Sutton Coldfield College.

Birmingham city centre

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The nine-storey building is located on Jennens Road in the Eastside district of Birmingham City Centre, adjacent to Aston University.
In the Eastside area are Birmingham Metropolitan College's Matthew Boulton College campus and BMC's New Technology Institute.

Christine Braddock

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Work towards the start of construction of the campus were due to commence in 2007 following the appointment of Christine Braddock as college principal from Matthew Boulton College.
Until 2014 she was the Principal and Chief Executive of Birmingham Metropolitan College.

Ian Walters

After National Service in the Royal Army Medical Corps he taught sculpture first at Stourbridge College of Art and then from 1957 to 1981 at Guildford School of Art.

Samantha Tross

The secretariat is based at Marlborough House in London.[4] Tross completed her education at private schools in Britain and then at Matthew Boulton College in Birmingham.

Education in Birmingham

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Birmingham has several colleges of further education funded primarily by the Learning and Skills Council, including City College, Josiah Mason College, Cadbury College, Queen Alexandra College, Bournville College, and Birmingham Metropolitan College.

Further education

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Birmingham Metropolitan College is a further and higher education college with 10 campuses distributed within Birmingham, England.

Higher education

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Birmingham Metropolitan College is a further and higher education college with 10 campuses distributed within Birmingham, England.

Perry Barr

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In addition to the existing campuses and facilities, there are proposals for the construction of a new campus in Perry Barr, although these plans are currently on hold due to funding issues.

Collab Group

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The college is a member of the Collab Group of high performing schools.

Chemistry

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The classes available were Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy, Mathematics, Handicrafts and Typography and Drawing.

Physics

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The classes available were Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy, Mathematics, Handicrafts and Typography and Drawing.

Mathematics

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The classes available were Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy, Mathematics, Handicrafts and Typography and Drawing.

Handicraft

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The classes available were Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy, Mathematics, Handicrafts and Typography and Drawing.

Gosta Green

By the mid-1930s, a new site had been acquired in Gosta Green and another college called the College of Technology, Commerce and Art was constructed, although construction was delayed by World War II.