Imperial College Boat House
1935 Charlie Newens appointed Assistant Boatman to Dick Phelps at Thames Rowing Club, with special responsibilities to Imperial College Boat Club. 1938 Opening of the new Boathouse by Lord Desborough,
London College Of Style
The London College of Style is a centre of creative excellence, teaching and inspiring a generation of outstanding fashion and personal stylists. Located in London, one of the world's most inventive
ADT College
Ashcroft Technology Academy is the new name for the highly successful ADT City Technology College. The new Academy is sponsored by Lord Ashcroft, KCMG, who was also the founder sponsor of ADT College.
English School At South Thames College
From A-levels to HNDs and from apprenticeships to leisure courses in topics as diverse as art appreciation and investing on the stock exchange, we offer more than you think from our centres in London.
Imperial College ThinkSpace
At ThinkSpace we offer the opportunity to be part of a distinctive community and to work alongside companies involved in a variety of sectors, at every stage of their lifecycle. We attract budding
ABI College
We are dedicated to providing an enriching, accessible, affordable and career-relevant higher educational experience for all students. Our two ABI campuses In London (Acton) and Reading are
Acton College
Mayor of London Boris Johnson visits students on building Apprenticeship programmesMayor meets brickwork and carpentry students to stress the importance of their s. College hosts General Election 2015
London Paragon College
London Paragon College (LPC) is an independent training provider located in the heart of Acton on Uxbridge road, close to all amenities, and the public transport. We offer a range of courses from
Ashbourne College
Ashbourne is one of the best private A level colleges in London. Its students achieve 50%+ A*A grades, with similar percentage going on to Russell Group universities, including Cambridge, UCL and
Westminster Tutors
It was founded in 1934 by the doughty Miss Freeston, who studied Physics at St Hilda's College, Oxford, and was one of the first women to graduate from Oxford University. She set up Westminster Tutors