Central College Nottingham is a further education college based over ten sites in Nottinghamshire, England. The college was formed from the merger of Castle College Nottingham and South Nottingham College. South Nottingham College was founded in 1970 in West Bridgford, while Castle College, Nottingham, was formed on 1 June 2006 from the merger of Broxtowe College and the People's College in Nottingham. The original college site is in West Bridgford and acts as a headquarters and main facility for a wide range of sites accumulated over the years and acquired in the recent merger. The college offers higher education courses in Accounting, Computing, Teacher Training, Science, Criminal Justice, Sport Coaching, Engineering, Visual Arts and Digital Media. Central College Nottingham has over 30 years’ experience of working with international students and offers excellent teaching and support at competitive prices. Flexible English as a Foreign Language courses are ideal for improving students’ general English, as well as preparing for further study. Central College Nottingham International Foundation Programmes (developed with the University of Nottingham) have helped many international students gain places at some of the UK's top universities.