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Enough is enough. I’ve deleted the earlier Cambridge College of Learning posts and comments because I am concerned that this website was being used by various groups of alleged ex-CCL students to take money from other alleged ex-CCL students. The ‘comments’ were being used to notify meeting places and times. There is nothing wrong with getting yourselves organised but this website does not exist for that purpose.

Good luck, if there really are any genuine post graduate ex-CCL students out there.

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2 Responses

  1. thanks bro. I would request if you could at least keep posting the comments or news related details about CCL.

    I believe, I have been studying genuinely at CCL, won my case three times, but finally been put aside and rejected due to the determination on the lead cases.