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National College for High Speed Rail

Question for Department for Transport

UIN 222669, tabled on 18 February 2019

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many places have been made available at the National College for High Speed Rail in (a) Birmingham and (b) Doncaster in each year since that college was founded; how many students have (i) enrolled, (ii) dropped out and (iii) completed training at those colleges; and what qualifications were awarded to those students who completed such training.

Answered on

21 February 2019

Having been operational for only one full academic year, 48 students have so far completed their studies across both the Doncaster and Birmingham Campuses. 341 students have enrolled.

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