Solihull College was founded as a college in 1954, but only began offering Higher Education courses in 1987.
Courses and Teaching
Higher Education programmes available at the college include Animal Management, Engineering and Sport.
Tuition fees cost £4,950 per year.
As well as Solihull nightlife, students also have easy access to the big city. Birmingham is full to the brim of bars, pubs, clubs and live music venues, as well as the world renowned Balti Triangle. There are also plenty of options for daytime activities including cinemas and the Bullring shopping centre in the city centre.
Solihull College has two main campuses: Blossomfield Campus, which is located in the centre of Solihull, and the Woodlands Campus, which sits just north of the town.
The college has a limited number of rooms available to their students, which cost between £80-£85 per week. Privately owned accommodation in the area costs upwards of £55 per week.
There are libraries at both main campuses and both are fully stocked with books, newspapers, magazines, DVDs and various other educational materials which all support the courses that are on offer. Students can also use the PC and Apple Mac suites.
There is a Sports, Health and Fitness Complex at the Blossomfield Campus which contains a range of cardiovascular machinery, weightlifting equipment and exercise studios which hold regular classes.
The college has its own range of hair and beauty salons which offer a range of treatments at reasonable prices.
Source : www.telegraph.co.uk/