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King Edward VI College-Nuneaton
http://www.kinged6nun.ac.uk/

College Profile

King Edward VI College is a Sixth Form College that was set up in 1974 on the spot of King Edward VI Grammar School in Nuneaton. The College has roughly 1050 full-time students and many students following part-time courses. The college ensures that the students achieve the success that they aim for in life. The college has set very high standards for themselves and ensures that they meet the standards. The well-qualified staff ensures that the students learn to tap their total potential.

Students entering King Edward VI College usually take up four subjects in the first year of their study and then gradually narrow it down to three subjects in the subsequent years. The first year programme of the college usually consists of a blend of AS-Levels, Tutorial and Enrichment elements. The AS-Level subject basically consists of 3 units, followed by another 3 units at the A2-Level. Every student is given roughly five hours of teaching time every subject every week.

King Edward VI College ensures that it provides the students with all modern facilities. The College specialises in providing advanced level courses for the people in the age group of 16-19 years. In order to provide the students an enhanced learning experience, King Edward VI College and North Warwickshire and Hinckley College are mutually working to build a joint campus. The college is committed to its students.


Campus Address(es)

King Edward VI College-Nuneaton
King Edward Road, CV11 4BE, Nuneaton
Warwickshire, West Midlands Region
Tel: 02476 328 231, Fax: 02476 326 686

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