Proposed Merger between Aylesbury College and Amersham & Wycombe College
Aylesbury College and Amersham & Wycombe College are in discussions focused on bringing together both colleges, sharing our expertise and resources to create one combined college to power skills and education in Bucks.
The proposed merger will create a larger, more capable and resilient organisation; where the best elements from the two current colleges are combined, delivering consistently high quality teaching and improving outcomes for students across all three campuses.
Both colleges wish to emphasise that our ongoing discussions on the proposed merger will not have any impact on current students, who will continue to be taught at all three campuses, or on potential students applying to either college for September 2017; students should apply to their college of choice as they normally would.
General Public Consultation
The two colleges have recently undertaken a general public consultation and asked key stakeholders for their views on the proposed merger. The general consultation period closed on 6th January, please click here to view a summary of the outcomes.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have produced a Frequently Asked Questions document, which you can view here.
Amersham & Wycombe College has also undertaken a statutory consultation on the proposed dissolution of the Amersham & Wycombe Corporation. This statutory consultation closed on 19th February and the outcomes will be published on the Amersham & Wycombe website on 10th March. You can view more details here.
The proposed date for the merger of the two colleges is 23rd May 2017.