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|Bromley College of Further & Higher Education
||Public further education & higher education
||Bromley, London, England
Bromley College of Further and Higher Education is situated in the London Borough of Bromley, London, England. It is affiliated to the University of Greenwich.
Bromley College’s main campus, Rookery Lane, is just south of Bromley town centre on the A21. The college was founded in 1959 and has approximately 8,000 students enrolled on its full and part-time courses.
Orpington College mergedLewisham. A wide range of GCSE and A level courses are offered. Orpington campus has recently undergone a £26 million rebuild, which includes the construction of an additional site attached to the back of the college, a new student common room, and refurbishing of each of the buildings ten floors. The main building work was finished ten weeks ahead of schedule. The new building was named "Ozone" after the college held a competition, which student Martin Baker won. The official opening was 14 April, with the local mayor opening and Jason Donovan revealing the plaques. A World War II air-raid shelter was discovered in November 2008 during construction. This shelter would have housed Orpington residents from German bombing raids, and was buried when the Walnuts Shopping Centre was built.
and became the Orpington campus of Bromley College of Further and Higher Education. Orpington campus is the tallest building in Orpington, and was built in 1972. Students come from a wide area, especially from inner London boroughs such as
Centre of Vocational Excellence Awards (2) for its business & electrical courses
Investor In People
Charter Mark, awarded for excellence
British Quality Foundation Member
Positive About Disabled people
Coordinates: 51°23′13″N 0°02′06″E / 51.387°N 0.035°E