College of further education

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This page is about colleges in Scotland. For England and Wales see Further Education College. For Northern Ireland see Institution of further education.

Colleges of further education were initially incorporated by SI 1992/1597:

  • Aberdeen College (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Angus College (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Anniesland College
  • Ayr College
  • Banff and Buchan College of Further Education
  • Borders College
  • South Lanarkshire College (renamed by SI 1999/16)
  • Cardonald College
  • Central College of Commerce
  • Clackmannan College of Further Education
  • Clydebank College
  • Coatbridge College
  • Cumbernauld College
  • Dundee College (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Dumfries and Galloway College of Technology
  • Elmwood College
  • Forth Valley College of Further and Higher Education (renamed by SI 1995/2960 and SSI 2005/317)
  • Fife College of Further and Higher Education (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Glasgow College of Building and Printing
  • Glasgow College of Food Technology
  • Glasgow College of Nautical Studies
  • Glenrothes College
  • Inverness College
  • James Watt College of Further and Higher Education (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Jewel and Esk Valley College
  • John Wheatley College
  • Kilmarnock College
  • Langside College
  • Lauder College
  • Lews Castle College
  • Moray College (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Motherwell College
  • North Glasgow College
  • Coatridge Agricultural College
  • Perth College (renamed by SI 1993/1891)
  • Reid Kerr College
  • Stevenson College Edinburgh (renamed by SSI 2003/297({{#formlink:form=Legislation|link text=add|query string=Legislation[Type]=ssi&Legislation[Year]=2003&Legislation[Number]=297}}))
  • Stow College
  • Edinburgh's Telford College (renamed by SI 1995/2960)
  • The Barony College
  • The North Highland College (renamed by SSI 1999/126({{#formlink:form=Legislation|link text=add|query string=Legislation[Type]=ssi&Legislation[Year]=1999&Legislation[Number]=126}}))
  • West Lothian College

Since then, there have been:

  • The Adam Smith College, Fife (established by SSI 2005/298({{#formlink:form=Legislation|link text=add|query string=Legislation[Type]=ssi&Legislation[Year]=2005&Legislation[Number]=298}}))

All of these seem to be already covered by FOISA by virtue of being institutions in receipt of SFC funding.