Hopwood Hall College is a further education college that is based in the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, North West of England. It consists of two campuses, one in Rochdale (53°37′00″N 2°09′45″W / 53.6168°N 2.1626°W / 53.6168; -2.1626 (Hopwood Hall College (Rochdale campus))) and one in Middleton (53°34′08″N 2°11′20″W / 53.5690°N 2.1889°W / 53.5690; -2.1889 (Hopwood Hall College (Middleton campus))). The college's curriculum is of mainly vocational courses aimed at school leavers, with some university level courses, and adult education.
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