158 Edmund St, Birmingham B3 2HB, UK – 0121 200 3224

Great really good team always helpful and good knowledge. Have been with them 5+ years and never a problem. Tried others but not as good.

BPP - Birmingham

32-34 Colmore Circus Queensway, City Centre, Birmingham B4 6BN, UK – 0333 414 3464

Friendly staff. Good teachers. Prayer room available

I completed my certificate level for CIMA with BPP. But due to some personal problem i was unable to give my BA2 exam and after few months when i got back on track i had no access to online material and everything. I was really tensed over this fact and contacted bpp. As a gesture of goodwill they helped me out soo much getting out of the way, i am shocked and EXTREMELY happy & thankful to them. Because not every professional company helps you like a family. I highly recommend them and their Birmingham branch. Lucky to have them as my tutor.

Birmingham City University

The Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan St, Birmingham B4 7BD, UK – 0121 331 5000

Computer Networks and Security I started in the third year after doing a HND at another university. Best decision I ever made! If you want the best education, your money can buy then go to the best computer networks and security course in the UK. The lecturers teach the students using the latest methods and technology. My only regret is missing out on the first and second-year lecturers, because from my experience of them, they are great as well. This course teaches to the highest standards of cybersecurity and network security. The third year is difficult and will push you in ways you never thought we're possible. If you want to find out your true potential, join this course! Not a poxy cybersecurity course that's only been going a year or two! Unless you want to be a guinea-pig.

Stonebridge Associated Colleges

146 Hagley Rd, Birmingham B16 9NX, UK

A tough course but worth it in the end. Support is in place and assessors can ring you if you need them to to discuss which is a big help. After initially having issues with Stonebridge i can now say they have been resolved. My advice is; if you're having issues ask someone to ring you to discuss them rather than chatting it through on email, especially if you're a stress head like me.

If I ever needed to ask any questions (which wasn't very often) I messaged them through Facebook and received a message or phonecall within a couple of hours and my question was answered. My exam was marked quickly with great feedback and the course in Birmingham ran smoothly. Overall pleased with my course.

Options Skills - Birmingham Gas & Electrical Training Centre

The Jubilee Centre, 130 Pershore St, Birmingham B5 6ND, UK – 0808 115 3472

I passed my 4 week Domestic Electrical Installer course today. I found my whole experience with Options Skills to be very good. Phil, in sales who sold me the course comes across as a really friendly, caring, knowledgable and patient guy (not your usual sales person). And he sells a great product which is delivered by Thomas, Mark and backed up by Adam who takes the responsibility in making sure that you transfer into real life situations on completion of the course, in finding you a mentor. Overall I had very basic skills and knowledge before I started the course. On completion I feel I like I could soon be competent in all domestic scenarios. Thanks Guys!

Great course, great teachers, they know what they are doing and explain everything very well. Lots of different appliances to work on so no surprise when you are on your own. Can't recommended enough.

Heart of Birmingham Vocational College

19A Cato St, Birmingham B7 4TS, UK – 0121 359 1714

The staff at the college were nice they arranged trips for us so thanks

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Further Education Colleges

South & City College Birmingham - Handsworth Campus

Soho Rd, Birmingham B21 9LR, UK – 0800 111 6311

Good teacher Patrick

Very convenient

South & City College Birmingham

High Street Deritend, Birmingham B5 5SU, UK – 0800 111 6311

This is a great place to study! However, I recommend that you Stay away from the teacher named Kome Efue! He just never shuts up! He doesn't let us do any work at all! No offence to Kome! Bless him! He decided to retire and now the world has to live with one less annoyance... Hahaha!

i am currently studying sport science and i am very happy to say that the collage is a good place to learn with good teachers and good facilities. the thing i like about the collage is cricket which is part of the academy and that can help me improve my game with good coaches and facilitates.

Birmingham Adult Education Service

Small Heath Community Centre/Muntz Street, Birmingham B10 9RX, UK – 0121 464 0978

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