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Henley College, Coventry

Henley College Coventry
File:Henley College logo.png
Motto Student First
Established 1964
Type Further education college
Religion non denominational
Principal Ray Goy
Location Henley Road
Coventry
CV2 1ED
England
DfE URN 130472
Students 5,000 (part-time), 1,600 (full-time)[1]
Gender Mixed
Ages 14+
Website
For other uses, see Henley College.

Henley College Coventry is a further education college in the city of Coventry, England. Established in 1964, it is one of three further education colleges within the city boundaries, alongside City College Coventry and Hereward College. It is located to north of Coventry city centre and is close to the M6 motorway in a sub area of Bell Green. Graduation ceremonies are held at Coventry Cathedral.

History

2012 expansion

After plans to extensively renovate the college failed in 2009 due to lack of funding,[2] the college was given permission to begin a £6million revamp and expansion in October 2012, replacing the college's original 1960s structures with more modern facilities.[3]

Courses

The college takes on about 6,000 students per year and have both FE and HE courses which include: Applied, Medical, and Forensic Science, Beauty Therapy, Business and Professional Studies, Childcare and Education, Computing, Engineering, Hairdressing, Health and Social Care, Sports and Exercise Sciences, and Travel and Tourism.[4]

Notable Alumni

Notable alumni include:[5]

References

External links

  • Henley College Coventry - Official website

Coordinates: 52°25′56″N 1°28′08″W / 52.4323°N 1.4688°W / 52.4323; -1.4688

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