The Midland Academies Trust
The Midland Academies Trust is an independent charitable organisation established by North Warwickshire & Hinckley College, a Department for Education-approved academy sponsor, to support local schools.
The trust, like the College, has a clear Mission, which is to transform the lives of children and young people and to release their potential through excellent education and the opportunity to acquire new skills.
Local schools who are part of the trust now include:
To read more about the Midland Academies Trust, please visit www.midlandacademiestrust.co.uk
South Leicestershire College
In February 2013, North Warwickshire & Hinckley College and South Leicestershire College formed an innovative federation.
This unique partnership will help both organisations to share best practice, improve quality, develop new learning opportunities for students and communities, and operate more efficiently.
Working with universities
We are proud to be working with several UK universities to offer an extensive range of Higher Education courses in a variety of sector areas, which lead students into a number of industries.
Through our close links with Coventry University, the University of West London, De Montfort University and the University of Warwick we have been able to design and deliver courses that build on existing qualifications offered by the College. As well as HNCs, HNDs and Foundation Degrees, we also offer full degree qualifications working with the University of Warwick to deliver the BA (Hons) in Health & Social Policy/ Social Studies (2+2), and we are currently developing our Creative Arts provision to offer BA (Hons) Degrees in Graphic Design, Photography and Media (Moving Image) from September 2014.
In addition, we also have agreements with other partner universities to offer guaranteed interviews at Nottingham Trent University and Leicester University.
We are continuing to work with Yancheng Technicians College in China. We hope to set up an international exchange programme which will enable students and staff to experience the Chinese culture and language. Both colleges will also be working together to develop their focus on employability skills for students, particularly in the areas of Automotive, Mechanical Engineering, CAD, CNC Milling, Graphic Design and Interior Design.
Last updated: Tuesday 22nd March 2016
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