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17:17

Local

Pioneering hotel college in Marbella is knocked down

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

A hotel and catering college set up more than 50 years ago to satisfy the demand of a growing Costa del Sol has been demolished. The former Bellamar college in the centre of Marbella trained 35,000 professionals in skills vital to the success of the ... tourism trade. However the owners of the plot of land that the college building is on called time last year, wanting to knock it down to make way for two blocks of apartments. The failure to update Marbella's PGOU town plan since 1986 meant that plans to

15:37

Education

British universities to showcase their wares at Malaga study fair

SUR IN ENGLISH

...who studies in the UK go to universities that are included in the world top 100. Imperial College London, University College London, University of Edinburgh and University of Manchester are all popular choices for young people from this country. The

10:57

Education

Phoenix College, the only sixth form college in Andalusia

ADVERTORIAL

A little bit of the UK in the very heart of Málaga. That’s what pupils will find at Phoenix College, the only sixth form college in Andalusia where they can finish off their secondary studies and prepare for entry to the best universities. ... Phoenix College opened during the last academic year and benefits from a team of teachers who each have more than 25 years of experience in the sector. James Riley, Kirsty Ridyard and Alex Mitchell, co-founders of the College, are graduates from Durham, ... Oxford and Trinity College Dublin Universities respectively and have created an academic curriculum which is especially aimed at preparing pupils for entry to the most prestigious universities both in the UK and in Spain or many other parts of the world.

15:16

LifeStyle

The last of the original British players

Jennie Rhodes

Huddersfield Technical College, Steven was offered a place at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. However, his studies coincided with the miners' strikes of the 1980s and, he explains, "I remember my dad sitting me on the edge of the bed after ... rugby player and after a dispute between two teachers when he was due to play in a match with an important audition for a scholarship for Bradfield College just days after, Nick soon decided that music was going to be his future. He won the music ... scholarship and during his time at Bradfield went to the junior department of the Royal Academy of Music every Saturday. After leaving Bradfield He went to Trinity College of Music London. Upon leaving Trinity he started to study with renowned oboist Thomas

12:32

LifeStyle

Education, in the kitchen and the cemetery

SUR IN ENGLISH

Les Roches Hospitality College Supporting DEBRA Les Roches Marbella Global Hospitality Education held the fifth edition of the 'Family Cooking Class' on 1 June to raise money for the DEBRA association (The Butterfly Children Charity), an NGO

10:41

LifeStyle

"Malaga needs twice as many physios"

Ángel Escalera

These days more and more people are needing physiotherapy but there is a serious lack of trained professionals employed by the health service in Malaga, says the president of the College of Physiotherapists of Andalucía, Juan Manuel Nieblas, in this ... a two-year mandate. Uprosama has members from 11 different professional colleges in the health field. What questions have arisen and achievements have there been since 23 September 2017, when you became president of the College of Physiotherapists? ... Andalucía at the moment? The College has 7,400 fee-paying members, of whom 1,450 are in Malaga province. How many more do you believe the health service in Malaga needs? In total we calculate that there ought to be at least 400, double the present

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

...said Massam. The lack of a firm promise of an agreement concerns Víctor Ranea, business manager at Aloha College in Marbella. "No one can tell us anything. We're living in a tense calm as we understand that no one wants to lose British education

16:39

Education

British education in Spain still a benchmark despite uncertainty

Daryl Finch

...part of a global network, having an education at a British school can turn pupils into "world citizens", according to Cooper. Amanda Hughes, principal at Laude San Pedro International College, joined Austerfield, Fossey, the head of the British