Bournville College was established in 1913 by George Cadbury, to provide continuing education to the Cadbury company workers.
Over the past century the college has continued to expand, and in September 2011 relocated to a new £66 million purpose-built campus in Longbridge, kick-starting wider regeneration of the area after the collapse of MG-Rover in 2005.
Bournville College offers courses for school leavers, adults, employers and international students and caters for 15,000 students. Qualifications include A Levels, BTECs, NVQs, Apprenticeships, Higher Education and bespoke training for businesses.
The partnership between Bournville College and Glyndŵr University sees the college delivering the following Glyndŵr University courses: