South and City College Birmingham

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South & City College Birmingham
This is the logo for South & City College Birmingham. Original August 2012 Logo.png
Main campus, Digbeth Campus
Type Further education college
Location High Street Deritend

West Midlands
B5 5SU
Coordinates: 52°28′32″N 1°53′09″W / 52.47546°N 1.885753°W / 52.47546; -1.885753
Local authority Birmingham
DfE URN 130461
Gender Coeducational
Ages 14+

South & City College Birmingham is an establishment of further education in Birmingham, England. Providing full-time and part-time courses. It was previously known as South Birmingham College.

The college has centres at the following:

  • Hall Green Campus (South & City College Birmingham: Health and Social Care, Childcare, ESOL, Hair and Beauty, Supported Learning, Science, Public Services, Catering, Travel and Tourism and Pre-16), Cole Bank Road, Hall Green, B28 8ES.

  • Digbeth Campus (South & City College Birmingham: Arts & Digital Media). High Street Deritend, Digbeth, B5 5SU.

  • Bordesley Green Campus (South & City College Birmingham: The Centre for the Built Environment), Fordrough Lane, Bordesley Green, B9 5NA.

  • Fusion Centre (South & City College Birmingham: Fashion, Performing Arts and Hair & Beauty), 334 - 339 Bradford Street, Digbeth, B5 6ES.

  • Golden Hillock Women's Centre (South & City College Birmingham: Business & Administration, Childcare, ESOL, Health & Social Care, Supported Learning Courses), 103 - 105 Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath, B10 0DP.

  • Handsworth Campus (South & City College Birmingham: Supported Learning, Access to Higher Education, Hair and Beauty, ESOL, Health and Social Care, Information Technology), Soho Road, Handsworth, B21 9DP.

South & City College Birmingham is a result of the merger between South Birmingham College & City College Birmingham, South Birmingham College officially changed its name on 1 August 2012. The college is the largest of its kind in Birmingham, with 6 different campuses in total.

Hall Green site
The college at Digbeth, occupying the old Floodgate Board School (right) and modern extension (left)

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