City of Glasgow College is a further training school in Glasgow, Scotland. The new school was made from the merger of three Glasgow universities, Central College, Glasgow Metropolitan College and Glasgow College of Nautical Studies. The schools consented to converge in March 2009 and joined to a merger Road Map in September 2009. The new school authoritatively propelled on 15 November 2010. The opening day of the school had been gotten ready for 1 August 2010 however this was put off. Clergymen from the Scottish Government conceded the choice on whether to favor the merger until 1 September 2010 so as to look at the proposition all the more precisely, and the merger was in the end approved.The College likewise keeps up a global trade program with Jacksonville University. Two new grounds are being worked for the school at a cost of £ 228 million.Building work has been finished on another Marine Skills Center on the banks of the River Clyde close Thistle Street. The fundamental building work was finished on the Riverside Campus in August 2015, with an official opening by the First Minister soon thereafter. A cutting edge grounds on Cathedral Street will be finished in August 2016. The new school has the support of Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Funding Council. In July 2016, the new grounds was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize for incredibleness in engineering.