The Corporation was established under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 for the purpose of conducting Middlesbrough College. Middlesbrough College was incorporated in June of 1995. The College is an exempt charity for the purposes of the Charities Act 1993 as amended by the Charities Act 2006.
The College relocated at the beginning of the Academic Year 2008 / 2009 from its four former campuses, to a brand new College on Dock Street, close to Middlesbrough town centre. In 2012 the College opened its new £7m A Level Centre “MC6” and more recently invested £20m in its STEM strategy, creating a state of the art STEM training facility, extending MC6 and creating bespoke training areas across its campus. In 2016 the College acquired “Northern Skills Group Limited”, a well established local apprenticeship training company, creating one of the largest apprenticeship training providers in the North East of England covering priority sectors and supporting employers across the region with their workforce development requirements.
In 2019, Middlesbrough College acquired TTE Technical Institute, based in South Bank. TTE is a leading provider of technical training and consultancy services to sectors including manufacturing, engineering, oil and gas and process. In 2023, construction work began to move the TTE facility to the Middlehaven campus, with a brand new purpose built centre to train over 300 full-time students, 300 apprentices and 500 adults each year, alongside a thriving international cohort of students. The new facility is due to open September 2024.
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The full Accessibility Statement can be read here. The accessibility statement was prepared on 2nd October 2023. Middlesbrough College Group websites were redesigned and launched on 19th October 2023.
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Entry requirements can also change without notice, if circumstances make this necessary; therefore you are advised to contact the College before applying in order to confirm details of what is currently available.
Stakeholders have the right to access any personal data that Middlesbrough College keeps about them, either on a computer or in paper files. Any person who wishes to exercise this right should complete the College’s Subject Access Request Form, available from the Data Protection Officer. Middlesbrough College aims to comply with requests for access to personal information as quickly as possible, and will ensure that it is provided within 30 days of receipt of a completed Subject Access Request Form and proof of identification.
Middlesbrough College hopes that your experience is positive and successful, but accepts that on occasions there maybe something that might cause you to be dissatisfied with the service you receive. If this happens during your dealings with us, then the College welcomes your views so that we can answer your concerns and improve our services for the future. Please download the document below for details on how you can inform the College of any concern or complaint you may have. All correspondence is treated in confidence.