It’s no surprise that students travel from all over London to study at Harrow College. With specialist career advisers on hand to offer advice and guidance, the college delivers successful results in further education and career progression. With amazing facilities on offer, whatever you are hoping to study, you will find it at Harrow. We particularly love the affiliations the college has made with leading businesses and employers, including BT, Deloitte and Marks and Spencer. If this wasn’t enough, the college has also welcomed some high profile desks, including the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall – Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Harrow College is a further education provider based in the north west London borough of Harrow. We offer academic and vocational courses with a choice of BTECs, Apprenticeships, A-Levels (Science Package), GCSE and Foundation learning courses as well as the newly introduced Career Colleges. The College also run higher education courses, offering HNC level programmes of study in Business and Computing.
With a history of high success rates and excellent facilities, Harrow College has a strong proven reputation for providing a high level of education and progression for 16-18-year-olds and adult education in London.
Our courses range from a Level 1 programme and progress up to Level 5 (equivalent to HND). We’ll help you find the best course and subjects for you.
Students have access to up-to-date IT resources and more than 1,300 computers loaded with the latest software as well as free Wi-Fi. We also have a modern gym on site for students to keep fit. In 2016, Harrow College has opened three new buildings - Enterprise Centre, Spring House and a new Health & Social Care building. Our purpose-built art studios, beauty salon, media centre, sports facilities, science laboratories, learning resource centres and the career department offer students a quality learning environment with support in place for employment. Our refectory allows students to socialise and enjoy their time away from study.
Harrow College has four campuses:
What our students say:
"My time at Harrow College has been the best of my life. I’ve made lots of friends, improved many skills and built confidence which I never thought I had. It’s an amazing college which offers many opportunities."- Anca Purcaru
Now at Birmingham University
"My hard work has paid off and that’s down to the staff and resources at Harrow College which have been brilliant. I’m so pleased and look forward to going to uni."- Abdussamad Rashid
Now at Bath University
"Harrow College is just how a college should be – great teachers, great atmosphere and freedom to learn." - Andre Tudor
Now at Coventry University
Harrow College is a vibrant, multicultural and friendly college.
As well as the fantastic facilities and teaching support provided, students also benefit from lots of activities across employability, enterprise and leisure related themes.
Activities include Fresher’s Fair, Health Week, Black History Month, Barclays Money Week, Employment and Progression Fair’s, UCAS Workshops and more.
Finally, there are also lots of extra-curricular activities on offer outside of standard lessons. From sports to student politics, from college ambassadors to student mentoring, whatever your interest, there will be a club or society to match.
The easiest way to enrol is by online application. Select a course and click ‘APPLY’ to add it to your basket.
If you prefer to submit a paper form, please download here.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
You will receive a letter confirming interview details.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT INTERVIEW?
You will be asked to complete an online literacy and numeracy assessment (subject specific in some cases).
You will be interviewed by a member of the teaching team (subject specific).
You will have the opportunity to ask questions.
You will receive an offer letter within 5 working days of your interview. In late summer, you will then receive full enrolment details.
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