Eccles College

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Eccles College
Established 1973
Closed January 2009
Type Further Education
Principal Thalia Bell
Location Chatsworth Road
Salford
Greater Manchester
M30 9FJ
England, United Kingdom
Local authority Salford
Gender Mixed
Ages 16 Years Old+
Website www.ecclescollege.ac.uk

Eccles College was an incorporated further education college in Eccles, Greater Manchester, England. It opened in 1973, and ceased to function as an independent body on 1 January 2009. The site continues to function under new management, as the Eccles Centre of Salford City College.

The site currently provides AS and A level courses, amongst others. Students may also retake their GCSEs at the college. As an independent college Eccles had an average pass rate above the national average.[1]


Merger[edit]

The merger of Eccles College, Salford College and Pendleton College took place on 1 January 2009, forming the new Salford City College.[2] Eccles College and Salford College had their corporations dissolved,[3] and all assets and staff transferred to Pendleton's administration. Pendleton College was then renamed to 'Salford City College'.

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Coordinates: 53°29′45″N 2°20′16″W / 53.4957°N 2.3379°W / 53.4957; -2.3379