address 0161 280 8280
  • Age(s) 14+
  • Established 1987
  • Gender Coeducational
  • Local authority Bury
  • Location Market Street, Bury, Greater Manchester, England UK.
  • Ofsted Reports
  • Principal Lauran Chatburn
  • Religion Non-denominational
  • Type Further Education College
  • Vice principal
Bury College is an institute of higher learning for the borough of Bury, England. The Stand Grammar School on Church Lane in Whitefield had the motto Sto ut Serviam. Its buildings were demolished in 2001 and converted into housing for Alfred McAlpine Homes. It was originally founded in 1688 by Henry Siddall in Ringley Road. In September 1937 the girls' grammar school was built on Higher Lane (A665). It is now the Philips High School. In April 1974, administration moved from the Lancashire Education Committee to the Metropolitan Borough of Bury. It became Stand Sixth Form College in September 1979.
We provide a friendly, welcoming and safe environment for you to study. Bury College offers outstanding opportunities for everyone.

Full Time Courses
Part Time Courses
14-16 Year Olds
Courses for Adults
University Courses
Access Courses
For Business
Employment Skills
Search By subject
Welcome to the Bury College Campus Join Bury College and you’ll find an environment packed with the latest facilities, resources and accommodation. In recent years, over £40 million has been invested in developing the College’s main Market Street campus. The Millennium Centre continues to attract students from Bury and surrounding areas, with unprecedented growth in the number of students studying AS/A Level subjects. The building provides a modern learning environment equipped with excellent studios, laboratories, IT suites, Learning Resource Centres and classrooms. Student facilities are also excellent with indoor and outdoor social areas.