|Type||General Further Education|
|Location||Cauldon campus, Stoke Road,
Shelton, Stoke on Trent
|Website||Stoke on Trent College|
Stoke-on-Trent College is a provider of further and higher education based in Stoke-on-Trent. According to www.stoke.net the college has more than 30,000 students and over 1000 staff. The college's main campus, known as Cauldon Campus, is in Shelton and it has a second campus in Burslem.
The college runs a range of courses, from basic English and Maths to foundation degree courses. The college has the largest number of higher education students of any college in North Staffordshire.
The college does not offer a-levels which are instead the responsibility of City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College.
The most recent Ofsted rating of the college gave it a good overall.
The main site to the college is Cauldon Caumpus in the Shelton area of the city.
The other site is located on Moorland Road in the Burslem area of the city which contains the sites for Construction, Plumbing, Gas, Motor Vehicle Maintenance as well as Media and Performing Arts. It is also the location of Stoke Studio College which specialises in Manufactoring and Design Engineering.
The Station is entirely managed by students and presented by lecturers and students and is a member of the Student Radio Association. The station broadcasts a mixture of popular music and specialist programmes in genres such as Dance, Hot AC and unsigned music. The station broadcasts 24 hours per day but for the majority of the time broadcasts non-stop music.
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