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  1. Finding the right words to Break the Bias

    Why language is so important on International Women’s Day By Dr Julie Mills OBE In thinking about International Women’s Day this year, it seems so important to think of the women and girls of Ukraine – those who have been forced to flee their homes for foreign lands to seek sanctuary from the fighting. Even in…

  2. Incident at Chaffron Way campus – update

    Everyone at Milton Keynes College is devastated to learn that the terrible incident which occurred on the Chaffron Way redway has resulted in a fatality. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of all involved. We would like to draw attention to the following update from Thames Valley Police who have…

  3. Cyber incident targets Milton Keynes College Group systems

    Between 8th & 12th January 2022 Milton Keynes College Group was subjected to a sophisticated cyber-attack designed to copy data and access College systems.  Due to the robust nature of our system security and vigilant IT team, the attack was recognised at the earliest opportunity and access to systems restricted.  Whilst some data was copied…

  4. Planning permission granted for new Institute of Technology

    We have officially been granted planning approval by MK Council for the new home for the South Central Institute of Technology (SCIoT) at Bletchley campus. Staff and students are already hard at work in existing buildings on Bletchley Campus, but the new structure will provide a purpose-built home for the exciting new digital centre. The…

  5. SkillsHub:MK

    MK College Group addressing the skills gap – fully funded learning opportunities through SkillsHub:MK Milton Keynes businesses are set to benefit from a new initiative to deliver FREE courses that will help them rapidly upskill or recruit new employees. Launching today as part of a nationwide Government initiative MK College Group is leading a pioneering…

  6. Careys and Milton Keynes College launch groundworker apprenticeship

    Construction company Careys and Milton Keynes College today officially launch a three-year partnership that offers a groundworker apprenticeship to local students. Delivery of the apprenticeship will be carried out from the Careys Milton Keynes office, which under the terms of the partnership has become a joint Careys and Milton Keynes College campus.  The college will…

  7. MK College Group wins £3 million bid for new buildings

    Milton Keynes College Group has been awarded a grant of more than £3 million to construct new buildings on its Chaffron Way campus to help cope with a predicted increase in student numbers. The money will be spent on extending, refurbishing and repurposing college buildings for the Engineering and Construction departments and has come from…

  8. Apprentices take the lead at Woburn Safari Park

    Apprentices from Milton Keynes College have been giving back to the animal kingdom as well as developing their leadership skills as part of a collaboration between MK College and Team Building with Bite. Two groups from the College attended a day long workshop at Woburn Safari Park where they were tasked with building an enrichment…