Birmingham Metropolitan College

Birmingham Metropolitan College is a large college with more than 20,000 learners, £50 million in total income, and over 1,000 employees.

The college has three colleges: the Matthew Boulton College, the Sutton Coldfield College, James Watt College. Students also can study horticulture at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, learn new skills at the Erdington Skills Centre, and study at the Sutton Coldfield A Level Centre.

Birmingham Mets were graded ‘Good’ for its Apprenticeship provision and for learners with high needs at their latest Ofsted inspection. Birmingham Met offers full-time courses for school leavers, including A-Levels and vocational qualifications, full-time Access to Higher Education courses, part-time adult professional development, entry level and recreational courses, and full and part-time degree-level study.

Birmingham Met works with more than 700 employers in numerous ways. From apprenticeship programmes, recruiting new talent or embedding training programmes to support the training of a current workforce – they pride themselves on providing a service that exceeds expectations. They offer world-class facilities in engineering & manufacturing (including Rail Engineering, Food & Drink Engineering), business & professional services, construction, creative & digital and health & social care.

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