HC Deb 02 April 1987 vol 113 cc584-6W
Mr. Ron Davies

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list alphabetically all the colleges in England providing higher education work with 50 per cent. or more of students on advanced courses indicating in which local education authority, British and European parliamentary constituencies they fall.

Mr. Walden

[pursuant to his reply, 31 March 1987. c. 448]: The relevant institutions are listed alphabetically, together with the percentage of advanced work (based on total home and EC student full-time equivalent numbers) and, where appropriate, their local education authority. Information on the British and European parliamentary constituencies in which they fall is not readily available and could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

Institution and Local Education Authority1 Percentage
Bath CHE, Avon 93
Bishop Grosseteste College2 100
Bolton IHE, Bolton 91
Bretton Hall CHE, Wakefield 97
Brighton Polytechnic, East Sussex 97
Bristol Polytechnic, Avon 98
Bulmershe CHE, Berkshire 100
College of Ripon and York St. John2 100
College of St. Mark and St. John2 80
College of St. Paul and St. Mary2 90
Camborne School Mines, Cornwall 100
Cambridge Institute of Education2 100
Canterbury College of Art, Kent 69
Central School of Speech and Drama, Inner London 77
Charlotte Mason College, Cumbria 100
Chester CHE2 100
Christ Church College, Canterbury2 100
City of Birmingham Polytechnic, Birmingham 97
City of London Polytechnic, Inner London 86
Coventry (Lanchester) Polytechnic, Coventry 98
Cranfield Institute of Technology2 91
Crewe and Alsager CHE, Cheshire 99
Dartington College of Arts, Devon 95
De La Salle College2 99
Derbyshire CHE, Derbyshire 81
Dorset IHE, Dorset 96
Ealing CHE, Ealing 87
Edge Hill CHE, Lancashire 100
Essex IHE, Essex 79
Exeter CA&D, Devon 78
Falmouth School of Art, Cornwall 58
Garnett College, Inner London 100
Goldsmiths' College2 99
Harper Adams Agric, College2 93
Hatfield Polytechnic, Hertfordshire 99
Homerton College2 90
Huddersfield Polytechnic, Kirklees 97
Humberside CHE, Humberside 89
Kent College for the Careers Service, Kent 100
King Alfred's College2 100
Kingston Polytechnic, Kingston upon Thames 98
La Sainte Union CHE2 100
Lancashire Polytechnic, Lancashire 97
Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds 97
Leicester Polytechnic, Leicestershire 99
Liverpool IHE2 98
Liverpool Polytechnic, Liverpool 98
Loughborough CAD, Leicestershire 66

Institution and Local Education Authority1 Percentage
Maidstone College of Art, Kent 85
Manchester Polytechnic, Manchester 96
Middlesex Polytechnic, Barnet 98
Nene College, Northamptonshire 61
Newcastle Upon Tyne Polytechnic, Newcastle upon Tyne 98
Newman College2 100
North East London Poly, Barking and Dagenham 100
North Riding College of Education, North Yorkshire 100
North Staffordshire Polytechnic, Staffordshire 97
Norwich School of Art, Norfolk 79
Oxford Polytechnic, Oxfordshire 99
Plymouth Polytechnic, Devon 97
Polytechnic of Central London, Inner London 95
Polytechnic of North London, Inner London 98
Polytechnic of the South Bank, Inner London 96
Portsmouth Polytechnic, Hampshire 100
Ravensbourne CDC, Bromley 74
Roehampton IHE2 99
Rolle College, Devon 99
Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, Bexley 100
Royal Academy of Music2 100
Royal College of Art2 100
Royal College of Music2 100
Royal College of Nursing2 96
Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester 100

Institution and Local Education Authority1 Percentage
Seale-Hayne College2 98
Sheffield City Polytechnic, Sheffield 99
Shuttleworth Agric College2 57
Slough CHE, Berkshire 64
South West London College, Inner London 61
Southampton IHE, Hampshire 73
St. Martins College2 100
St. Marys College, Twickenham2 94
Sunderland Polytechnic, Sunderland 97
Teesside Polytechnic, Cleveland 97
Thames Polytechnic, Inner London 97
Trent Polytechnic, Nottinghamshire 99
Trinity College of Music2 99
Trinity and All Saints College2 96
West London IHE, Hounslow 90
West Midlands CHE, Walsall 100
West Surrey CA&D, Surry 74
West Sussex IHE, West Sussex 98
Westhill College2 100
Westminster College (Oxford)2 93
Wimbledon School of Art, Merton 73
Winchester School of Art, Hampshire 74
Wolverhampton Polytechnic, Wolverhampton 99
Worcester CHE, Hereford and Worcester 100
Writtle Agric College, Essex 55
1 Where appropriate.
2 Voluntary or other college grant-aided directly by DES.