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Huntingdonshire Regional College

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Huntingdonshire Regional College

The previous campus building of the college

Huntingdonshire Regional College is a further education college located in the Huntingdonshire district of Cambridgeshire, England. The college is based in the town of Huntingdon.

Huntingdonshire Regional College offers a range of qualifications including GCSEs, A Levels, Apprenticeships, BTECs, Diplomas and Access courses. Study subjects include art and design, business, computing, computer gaming, fashion, construction, photography, sport, public services and hair and beauty.

The college also offers a range of professional career courses including Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and CISCO. In addition, the college offers a some higher education courses in conjunction with Anglia Ruskin University. The college also offers programmes of study for LLDD students. Specialist courses are run for adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

The college invested over £7 million into the refurbishment of the main California Road campus which was completed in 2012. The development included a new reception, refectory area, additional social spaces, new student services and new admissions facilities. The College has also invested in teaching classrooms and workshops.

Huntingdonshire Regional College offers a range of services to the public, including a hair & beauty salon, a print room, a plant centre and a nursery.

External links

  • Huntingdonshire Regional College homepage
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