Belfast Bible College

Belfast Bible College is a private international and interdenominational Christian training college. It offers a unique learning environment where study, discipleship, personal transformation and practical application go hand-in-hand.

The college has over 200 students including full and part time as well as international students forming part of the student community. This diversity is a crucial and unique dimension of the educational experience, particularly for local students.

Belfast Bible College works in partnership with the University of Cumbria to deliver a number of theology awards.  These are designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to live, and help others live the life of faith in the contemporary world. As well as providing Theological training, placements are also an integral part of these courses.

Cornwall School Centred Initial Teacher Training

Cornwall SCITT is based in a purpose-built Higher Education building of Truro and Penwith College, and is an integral partner of the Cornwall Teaching School and Applied Minds. It has trained almost 700 teachers over the past 15 years through an outstanding training partnership of local secondary schools, a special school, an Alternative Provision Academy and a tertiary college. Offering core and School Direct training covering the 11-16 age range with post-16 enhancements, and training for the 14-19 age range in selected subjects, Cornwall SCITT provides the highest quality of teacher training and was awarded “Outstanding” status by Ofsted. The comprehensive programmes are delivered by committed, experienced and supportive staff and offer opportunities for students to develop subject knowledge and learn the skills needed to teach effectively.

Doncaster College

Doncaster College is an FE College and is a large provider of FE and HE in South Yorkshire. Its main campus is the exciting £65m Waterfront development (known as the Hub) in the centre of Doncaster. University Centre Doncaster is the Hub's sister campus - set in 126 acres of idyllic countryside at High Melton, six miles west of Doncaster. Most of the higher education courses are run from the High Melton campus. The campus provides a unique space for students to think and learn. With all that space and only one and a half thousand students, they provide a friendly, less intimidating alternative to the larger city universities.