Kings London
Kings London is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore their
Bird College Of Performing Arts
We strive to attain the high standards she established. In 1946, at the age of 18, Doreen Bird founded the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts which trades as Bird College - Dance, Music and
Kemnal Technology College
Kemnal Technology College represents a culture of high aspiration, high expectation and success. Our aim is to provide an outstanding learning experience for all students within a safe, disciplined
Corelli College
It is a great pleasure to extend a warm welcome from everyone connected with this Co-operative Academy, to a learning community where equality, diversity and respect resonate in all we do. We aim to
Eltham College
At Eltham College every pupil is known and valued as an individual. With excellent facilities, pupils are encouraged to perform at their highest level; in academia, sport, and our celebrated music,
Kaplan Holborn College
If you have an enquiry or application with us our advice is that you continue to research degree options from other institutions. Please don't worry if you are currently studying with us you should
Royal Greenwich UTC
Students start at Royal Greenwich UTC either at 14 or 16 years old. They learn professional, technical, practical and employability skills from the industry experts alongside a traditional school
Abbey Manor College
Abbey Manor College is a large Pupil Referral Unit in Lewisham. We have places for over 200 students, and have 3 main sites. These are; the Broadoak Campus in Lee, the John Evelyn Campus in Brockley
Bromley Adult Education College
Bromley Adult Education College has a well deserved reputation for offering good quality part time adult education courses. These are taught by enthusiastic, experienced and well qualified tutors.
Bromley & Sheppards Colleges
Bromley College was founded in 1666 by the Will of John Warner, Bishop of Rochester to provide housing for "twenty poore widowes of orthodoxe and loyall clergiemen." The bishop had been deprived of