Colleges in Britain is a web-based service designed to provide easy contact between international students and UK Colleges of Further and Higher Education, Sixth Form Colleges and other accredited institutions offering academic courses such as "A" levels, International Baccalaureate and university preparation courses, and also professional and vocational courses.
The site features almost 200 colleges which have courses and special provision for international students, and all are fully linked: students may send them emails from this site or may click through to the colleges' own websites and view or contact them there. These colleges welcome international students, while international students themselves are looking for colleges which will meet their personal requirements as well as their educational and career goals and ambitions. This website, first launched nearly 14 years ago in February 2005, exists to bring them together.
The two maps on this page are automatically updated by Web-Stat.net. The first shows the location of the last 500 visitors at any given moment (and updates in real time) while the second shows the cumulative picture for every country in the world since May 2012. Historically about 45% of visits have been from the United Kingdom, although the proportion has gradually fallen as the overseas numbers have gained traction. The appearance of the top map can be changed using the menu, and both maps may be zoomed into for a clearer picture or more detailed information.
The cumulative referral statistics (the aggregates for all colleges currently listed on the site) are updated on page load. Every time a site user clicks on a link to a client site, the counter rises by one - also for emails and brochure downloads.
Colleges in Britain is one of the sites owned and run by International Education Connect Ltd. More information about International Education Connect Ltd including links to other sites and contact details will be found at www.ie-connect.com.
For English language courses, students, parents and agents should visit English in Britain.