Welcome to the CIFE colleges

This page shows you where CIFE member colleges are located, provides links to each college's information page (use the links list or the map below the list), and explains how to choose the right CIFE college for you.

   click to get a pop-up box with a quick description of the college. Close the box (with the X in the top corner) to move on to another college.

   click takes you to a page with full information about the college, with contact links etc

      • Bath
      • Bath Academy      

      • Birmingham
      • MPW Birmingham      

      • Cambridge
      • Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies      
      • CATS College Cambridge      
      • MPW Cambridge      

      • Market Harborough
      • Brooke House College      

      • Northampton
      • Bosworth Independent College      

      • Oxford
      • Carfax College      
      • Cherwell College      
      • Oxford International College      
      • Oxford Tutorial College      

      • London
      • Acorn House College      
      • Ashbourne Independent Sixth-form College      
      • Bales College      
      • Cambridge Tutors College      
      • CATS College London      
      • Chelsea Independent College      

      • Collingham Independent College      
      • David Game College      
      • DLD College      
      • LSI Independent Sixth-form College      
      • MPW London      
      • Regent College      
      • Westminster Tutors      

How to choose the right CIFE college

  1. Get the background
    Our FAQs about CIFE colleges page will tell you a lot about what CIFE colleges do.
  2. List the important questions
    We’ve summarised the main issues on Questions to ask CIFE colleges. It provides a good checklist for your own researches.
  3. Get answers to your questions
    Each college has its own page, (see the links on the right). Questions to ask CIFE colleges suggests other sources of information too. If you contact CIFE we can arrange for colleges to send you the information you need.
  4. Make a shortlist of colleges and visit them
    Visiting and meeting people will show you what a college is really like.
  5. Choose the one you are most comfortable with
    Checklists are necessary, but once you've done all your research you should trust in your ‘informed instinct’ to tell you which college is the right one for you.

If you get stuck ask us!