List of further education colleges in England

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Bath College's Allen Building
Bicton College's Main Building
Bradford College's David Hockney Building, named for Painter David Hockney
Cheshire College's Crewe Campus
City and Islington College's Centre for Applied Sciences
City of Westminster College's Paddington Green Campus
City College Southampton's Saint Mary Street Campus
Derby College's Joseph Wright Centre, named for the Painter Joseph Wright.
Furness College's Channelside Campus.
Hadlow College's Garrad House
Havering College's Ardleigh Green Campus
Leeds City College's Technology Campus
Lincoln College's Gibney Building
Newcastle College's Rutherford and Trevelyan Buildings
Plymouth College of Art and Design's Main Building and Gallery
MidKent College's Medway Campus
Sandwell College's Central Campus
Sir John Deane's College's New College Building
Sussex Coast College's Plaza Building
West Thames College's Spring Grove House

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,[1] and the foundation of many new institutions,[2] this list is inevitably going to be incomplete or include colleges that have since merged to form new institutions, such as Hackney Community College, Tower Hamlets College, and Redbridge College now being titled New City College.[3]

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  1. ^ "College Mergers". Association of Colleges. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  2. ^ Robertson, Alix. "First two national colleges open their doors to students". FE Week. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  3. ^ "About Us". New City College. New City College. Retrieved 29 June 2018.