Harrow College provides high quality teaching across a range of courses with excellent facilities across all campuses.
Harrow College is a community college of further education based in Harrow, Greater London. We offer academic and vocational courses with a large choice of BTECs, A-Levels (Science and Maths), GCSE's, Career Colleges and Apprenticeships. With a history of high success rates, Harrow College strives to provide a high level of education and progression for 16-18-year-olds and is first for adult education in London.
We were one of the first colleges in the country to provide appropriate, tailor-made courses for adults with learning disabilities, where they study alongside, and integrate with, mainstream learners.
The college has around 2,500 full-time students and over 7,000 students on part-time courses across two north London campuses.
What's on offer
Students at Harrow College come from the local community and overseas to enjoy focused learning in a friendly atmosphere and are encouraged to use the facilities to enrich their college experience.
Facilities include excellent IT equipment with more than 1,000 computers loaded with the latest software, a careers department for expert guidance and professional drama, photography, art and design studios. In recent years, Harrow College has opened three new buildings - Enterprise Centre, Spring House and a new Health & Social Care building. The College also has a state of the art gym called Energise at the Harrow on the Hill campus.
With plumbing, electrical installation and construction courses on offer, the Whitefriars Training Centre and Harrow Skills Centre offer a dedicated environment for learning.
At the Image salon, students have the benefit of learning in a professional hair, beauty and complementary therapy training school. Located on the Harrow on the Hill campus, it offers hair and beauty treatments to the public carried out by Harrow College students.
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All students of the college are given personal support by their tutor and guidance from specialist career advisers on future study and progression to university. Students can start a Level 1 programme and progress up to Level 4 (equivalent to HNC). The English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) departments are large and offer a vibrant environment to all that attend.
Harrow College courses are available in the following areas:
|Apprenticeships||English for Speakers of Other Languages|
|Access to Higher Education||Foundation Learning and Skills for Life|
|Beauty, Hairdressing & Complementary Therapies||Health, Fitness & Sport|
|Business & Economics||Higher National Certificate|
|Children’s Care & Health and Social Care||Humanities|
|Computing & I.T.||Media & Film|
|Construction, Electrical Installation and Plumbing||Maths & Science|
|Counselling||Short Courses for Adults|
|Deaf Studies, Lip-Reading and Sign Language||Supported Learning|
|English Language & Literature||Teacher Training|
|English as a Foreign Language|
Students who choose to come to Harrow College have access to excellent facilities. They include:
The college also boasts the Image salon, a professional hair, beauty and complementary therapy training school. Located on the Harrow on the Hill campus, it offers hair and beauty treatments to the public carried out by Harrow College students.
Similarly, the Whitefriars Training Centre and Harrow Skills Centre are state-of-the-art centres for construction, plumbing and electrical training for young people and adults.
The two main campuses, Harrow on the Hill and Harrow Weald have extensive transport links throughout north London, Harrow, Pinner, Bushey, Watford and Stanmore.
The Harrow on the Hill campus is only a three-minute walk from Harrow on the Hill tube station on the Metropolitan line, making it easily accessible for students who live in central London or other local areas. Harrow bus station is also nearby and provides extensive links throughout north London. Harrow Weald campus can be accessed by bus from Pinner, Edgware, Watford and Stanmore and beyond and by train or tube to Harrow & Wealdstone Station, Stanmore or Edgware stations.
The Whitefriars Training Centre is located in Wealdstone and easily accessible by national rail services that run regularly from Euston to Harrow and Wealdstone, a short bus journey from the training centre. The nearest tube station is Kenton (Bakerloo line) or Headstone Lane (overground). The H12 and H14 bus routes stop a short walk away.
The Harrow Skills Centre is located in Kenton. The easiest was to travel is by bus with the 140 / 258 / 186 / 340 / H9 or H10 all stopping close by. Alternatively, you can access the campus by foot. The campus is approximeatly a 20 minute walk from Harrow Bus Station or Harrow & Wealdstone Train Station.
Please call us on 0208 909 6000 for directions.
For details of how to apply to Harrow College, please visit the website.
For more information about upcoming open events at Harrow College and the courses on offer please call 020 8909 6000 or visit the Harrow College website.
“I chose to study at Harrow College as it was close enough to travel and it was recommended to me. I enjoy studying here because the course is enjoyable, very interesting and worthwhile. The teaching is good and I find learning more interesting. After my course I plan to study social work at university.”
Krystal Shannon, Health & Social Care Level 3
“I took Access to Social Sciences and Humanities course and find it challenging but very rewarding. I find it more effective than A Levels and the teachers are helpful in ensuring you achieve the highest possible grade. It is giving me the necessary skills to be able to go to university, where I intend to study for a degree in sociology.”
Rebecca Dalglish, Access to Social Sciences & Humanities
“I chose Harrow College because it is convenient and easy to access by public transport. The people have been friendly and welcoming and I’ve enjoyed meeting new friends who share the same interests as me. I would definitely recommend the course. The teachers are very helpful and their knowledge is extensive. I think the teaching is of a very high standard. In the future I would like to pass on my knowledge through teaching or run a cake shop.”
Cris Muldoon, Sugar & Porcelain Workshop (Adult short course)
Harrow on the Hill campus
Tel: 020 8909 6000
Harrow Weald campus