The Manchester College, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw,Manchester, M11 2WH 0161 909 6655
  • Established 2008
  • Gender Mixed
  • Local authority Manchester City Council
  • Location Manchester,Greater Manchester
  • Principal Peter Tavernor
  • Type Further Education, Higher Education
  • Vice principal The Manchester College
The Manchester College is a further education college in Manchester, England. It opened on 1 August 2008 as the result of a merger between City College Manchester and Manchester College of Arts and Technology (MANCAT) to form a 'supercollege'.In April 2008 Peter Tavernor, principal of MANCAT, was appointed as head of The Manchester College.
The Manchester College offers courses for school leavers, adults, higher education students, employers, and international students. Courses for school leavers aged 16 to 19, include:
The Manchester College is based at many sites in the city: these include Moston, Abraham Moss, One Central Park, The Manchester Enterprise Academy, Saint Matthew's Sixth Form and Harpurhey in the North; Openshaw, Preston Street, Welcomb Street, Nicholls Campus in Ardwick and The Manchester School of Building in the East; Fielden Park (West Didsbury), Northenden, Wythenshawe Forum and Brownley Green Wythenshawe in the South; locations in the city centre include St John's, Lever Street, and Shena Simon in Chorlton Street.