STOCKPORT COLLEGE

United Kingdom, England

Located in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England, Stockport College is an institution which offers further and higher education. The education starts from pre-GCSE and carries on towards degree level. The college was founded in 1960s after a merger with the Trafford College Group. It is a significant supplier of post-16 education and preparing in Stockport and a middle for a scope of expert courses. Some of the available unique courses are: Distance Learning, Accounting & Finance, Procurement & Supply, Teaching & Training, Personnel and Development, Building Services, Make-up, Childhood Studies, Computing, Carpentry, Digital Media, Dress Making, etc. The college has won many awards, one of the which outstands is the Professional Pastry Finalist, Ben Metcalfe, TBC for UK. 

Campus Life

The college is merged with the Trafford College Group and since 2018 the Trafford College Group is the front name of over 14,000 students. A total of £37 million has been procured in the betterment of the joint colleges. Town Centre campus is the home of the Stockport college and has the main administration building built in 1960s. The total redevelopment of this site and some encompassing structures was expected for consummation in 2011 to make a leader instructive grounds for the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport. The college has opened doors to the enrolled students, providing them incredible facilities like Retreat Salon, New Courtyard, Library, Lecture Halls and a common area for study. The group has spent more than £100 million on the recreation and development of the overall surroundings. 

Noted Alumni

Some of their noticeable students are: Adam Gillen - British actor known for Benidorm (TV series), Sarah Harding - is an English singer-songwriter, dancer, model, and actress and is associated with the girl pop group Girls Aloud, Alan Lowndes - was a British painter known primarily for his scenes of northern life, Angela Rayner - Labour politician (Member of Parliament), former care worker and trade unionist, Luthfur Rahman OBE – Labour politician, Councilor on Manchester City Council and Executive Member for Skills, Culture and Leisure on Manchester City Council.