Dock Street, Middlesbrough TS2 1AD +44 (0) 1642 333333
Information
  • Age(s) 16+
  • DfE number ???/8007
  • DfE URN 130570
  • Established 1 August 1995
  • Gender Mixed-sex education
  • Local authority Middlesbrough
  • Location Dock Street, Middlehaven
  • Ofsted Reports
  • Principal Mr Mike Hopkins
  • Students c. 16,000
  • Type Further education college
  • Vice principal Middlesbrough College
It provides predominantly further education, but also selected higher education provision, and until 2008, existed on four different sites across the town (Marton, Acklam, Kirby and Longlands). It currently has 16,000 students. Middlesbrough College was one of Tees Valley Regeneration's major redevelopment projects. Middlesbrough High School for Girls was on Dunning Street. It had 450 girls in the 1950s, and 600 in 1962. Middlesbrough High School for Boys had around 450 boys in the 1950s, and 600 in the mid-1960s. The boys' and girls' schools, both three-form entry schools, merged in September 1967 to form Middlesbrough High School, an ages 13–18 comprehensive with around 1,200 boys and girls and 500 in the sixth form. Middlesbrough High School became Middlesbrough and Marton Sixth Form College in 1974. In April 1974, the school had been taken over by the Country of Cleveland (Cleveland County Council).
Courses range from university-oriented academics to vocational education. Selected higher education courses exist by virtue of an indirectly-funded partnership arrangement with the Teesside University.

A Levels
Apprenticeships
Business & Accountancy
Building Services
Childcare
Creative Arts & Media
Engineering & Electrical Electronics
Foundation Learning
Gas, Plumbing & Electrical
Hairdressing, Beauty & Spa Therapies
Hospitality
Health & Social Care
IT & Computing
Motor Vehicle
Music
Science
Sport & Uniformed Services
Tourism & Aviation
Campus
Middlesbrough College, located on one campus at Middlehaven, Middlesbrough, England, is the largest college in the Tees Valley. It is situated just north of the A66, between the Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge and the Riverside Stadium, close to Middlesbrough city centre on Middlesbrough dock and the dock tower.