Kings Oxford
Kings Oxford is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore their
The College Of Animal Physiotherapy
Welcome to the website of the College of Animal Physiotherapy - the premier global training centre for animal/veterinary physiotherapists. At TCAP it is our mission to provide the opportunity for
The Henley College
Please note: Reading Bridge will be completely closed on Monday 18 May for approximately 2 weeks. This will have a significant impact on traffic levels. The sixth form college for South Oxfordshire
Shiplake College
The College is privileged to be supported by a highly experienced, knowledgeable and diverse board of governors. Between them, the governors cover numerous areas of relevant expertise, which the
Healthcare Training College
Healthcare Training College Oxford is an established market leader in the healthcare sector offering a comprehensive range of fitness, health care, health & safety and professional development
Slough College Of Business Management
Slough College of Business Management intends to be among those institutions in the UK that are renowned for optimum quality standards throughout the world. Our courses are designed in a unique way
Abacus College
We offer a wide range of courses to suit students aged from 15 upwards, regardless of their nationality, English language ability and educational background. Our classes are small, our tutors
Eton College
Eton was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI as "Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore" to provide free education to 70 poor boys who would then go on to King's College, Cambridge, which
Slough & Eton Church Of England
Slough and Eton builds on the tradition of our foundation as a Church of England School which welcomes all faiths and cultures. The Christian ethos permeates across all our work and we celebrate unity
Eton College
We are pleased to say that the Museum is now open again after the completion of work to improve access to the building for those with limited mobility. The museum was opened in 1875 to house the