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  1. Celebrating Cultural Diversity

    Milton Keynes College recently celebrated its annual Cultural Diversity Day events on 21st and 22nd May 2024, bringing together staff and students for a vibrant celebration of cultural diversity.   The MK College Cultural Diversity Day featured an array of activities including traditional music and dance performances, art displays, cultural storytelling, and food tastings from different…

  2. College Group signs new ED&I Charter

    Milton Keynes College Group is proud to have signed the new charter on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) from the Association of Colleges (AoC).  As signatories of the Charter, the College Group recognises that:  And we commit to:  MK College Group is one of the first FE providers to sign up to this new charter,…

  3. Students of the Year 2024

    Graphic Design student, Nashe Mataya, has been named Milton Keynes College Group’s Student of the Year for 2024.  Nashe won the overall award having won in the Creative & Digital Arts category. The College Group’s Students of the Year Awards recognises learners who have achieved in their studies, with twenty categories covering the College Group’s…

  4. Students perform with local theatre company

    A group of students from Milton Keynes College recently worked with a local theatre company to perform a play about unsung football heroes.  The learners, who are currently studying Level 2 and Level 3 Performing Arts at the College, worked with the Pepper’s Ghost Theatre Company on “Not A Game for Girls”, which was performed…

  5. Colleague achieves marathon milestone

    MK College’s Assistant Head of Facilities, Dave Hudson, completed the Boston Marathon on 15th April 2024. After doing so, Dave is now a Six Star finisher, a fantastic milestone named after the medal that’s awarded to runners who complete all six World Marathon Majors. More than 800 marathons are organised every year, but only six…

  6. Student success at sustainability competition

    Students from MK College’s Skills Academy joined learners from colleges across the South East Midlands for an environmental competition, the first of its kind in the region.  The Green Future Challenge took place at Moulton College on Wednesday 24th April and also included students from Northampton College and Tresham College. The aim of the event…

  7. Community Impact Report 2024

    Milton Keynes College Group has published its latest Community Impact Report, showcasing its commitment to and progress against four key aims for supporting local communities.  Highlights from the report include:  Rebecca Myrie, Head of Community Engagement at Milton Keynes College Group, commented: “This is the third year that we’ve published our Community Impact Report. We…

  8. Tech Park Bletchley launches

    A new centre to drive digital skills has opened in Bletchley at the South Central Institute of Technology (SCIoT), part of Milton Keynes College Group.  Tech Park Bletchley offers courses from the most basic digital programmes up to more sophisticated certificates in areas like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR).    The Tech Park has…

  9. Latin classes for A Level students

    A Further Education college may not be the place where you’d expect Latin to be on the curriculum, but at Milton Keynes College that’s precisely where it will be from September. The College recently decided to offer A Levels to its students, which have been cleverly designed into specific “pathways” most likely to lead to…

  10. MK College hosts Hustings

    Milton Keynes College Group recently held a Hustings event at the South Central Institute of Technology in Bletchley, where students put their questions to all four main parties standing in the general election expected later this year:  The questions were chosen from a selection put forward by the College’s Democratic Society and covered topics including…