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The College first opened in 1992 as City of Liverpool Community College, then Liverpool Community College following the amalgamation of four existing colleges across the city. In late 2013, the College was renamed The City of Liverpool College.

The City of Liverpool College currently serves more than a third of all 16-18 year olds in Liverpool, and educates almost 12,000 learners each year. We offer the widest choice of subjects in the city, with our students engaged in a broad range of academic and vocational courses at all levels, all delivered to the highest standard of learning.

The size and breadth of the college puts us at the heart of the city. Our daily work brings us in contact with partners and stakeholders of all kinds – from large corporations and household names – and we work frequently with Liverpool City Council. We work closely with local training providers and employers in the private, public and voluntary sectors, offering the widest range of further education courses, delivered with practical experience.

Our close working relationships with businesses ensure that we keep up to date with what employers need, but crucially ensures our students are equipped with the skills to find employment and succeed.

We are heavily involved in varying, innovative programmes and promote an enterprising culture for students to develop confidence and entrepreneurial skills that will help create jobs for the future.