City of Liverpool College | Our Member Colleges

The City of Liverpool College is the only general FE college in the city and the largest FE college in Liverpool City Region. The college employs 1,000 staff and delivers courses to around 12,000 students.

The college campus is located over five career-focused sites in the heart of Liverpool, providing students with a great further education experience. Their state-of-the-art buildings have been built with students in mind and offer dedicated study and social space at each campus and a £2.5m Microsoft Academy.

The college offers traditional academic qualifications such as GCSEs and A-levels, as well as vocational courses at national certificate, diploma and higher national level. It also offers programmes at foundation and master's degree level. The college also provides a range of professional qualifications such as Microsoft Systems Administrator, Microsoft Office Specialist and CISCO CCNA.

The college works with more than a thousand employers across Liverpool City Region to deliver high quality, tailored training, recruitment strategies and workforce development packages. Through relevant, progressive training, they help leading UK employers meet their growth potential.

Visit website




Learn more


Higher Education

Learn more

electrical and telecommunications.png


Learn more

Latest News & Publications


Colleges supporting economic recovery report

Check out our report on how colleges can support economic recovery efforts.


Colleges can help London Build Back Better

Collab Group has produced a document to coincide with the upcoming London Mayoral Election


Adult Education Position Paper

Collab Group have released a document on improving the adult education system


Peter Roberts Bursary Winners Announced

Collab Group are happy announce the winners of the Peter Roberts Bursary award.



We have released a document that showcases how Collab Group colleges are helping people into work


Collab Group Position Paper on the Skills for Jobs White Paper

Check out this updated version of our position statement on the Skills for Jobs White Paper.