Studying at college might seem daunting if you’ve been out of a classroom or workshop for a while, we will do our best to support you through your course, whatever your situation. We offer a flexible approach to learning, and Learner Experience team are on-hand to provide help so that you can complete your qualification – from childcare to funding and financial support.
We also know that the cost of studying can be a worry for adult students, so we offer all of our Entry Level to Level 2 courses for FREE, regardless of your age or income.
If you’re not quite sure what you’d like to study, or want to retrain for a new career in a post-COVID world, we also run a large range of free, part-time short courses, including courses at Level 3 and Level 4.
All of our centres have classrooms and workshops with industry-recommended equipment, as well as well-stocked libraries, social spaces and cafes, creating a vibrant, sociable place to study alongside students of all ages and backgrounds.
Why not come to an open day and check out our facilities for yourself, or if you already know what you’d like to study, find out more about how to apply
Are you over 19? Do you want to return to study or get ahead at work? The Government’s Advanced Learner Loan could help pay for your tuition to study a course at Level 3 or above.
Whether you’re a parent returning to work, a job seeker looking to enhance your employment prospects, or you’re thinking about a career change, there’s a course for you. Don’t let the thought of tuition fees stand in your way of getting the qualifications you need.
For more information on Advanced Learner Loans and your eligibility, click here.
If you’re looking to study a university-level qualification, you can save money by studying for your degree at college and benefit from our small classes, with a personal tutor to support your learning and progression.
We value the diversity, life experiences and ambitions of our entire student family, and want to give those who live, study and work in London the skills, insight, opportunity and drive to succeed in their careers. Committed to helping London’s economy grow, we have strong relationships with local and international industry. We listen to employers, businesses and sector experts and give you everything you need to meet – and exceed – expectations, and have designed our Higher Education courses with this in mind.
All of our Higher Education courses are career-focused, to help you get where you want to be at work, with many available to study as part-time and day release options, to fit your schedule.
Choosing us for your Higher Education course means you’ll benefit from:
As well as vital skills and knowledge, our partnerships with employers offer you career-changing opportunities, including work experience and industry projects, guest lectures by renowned professionals, participation in industry events, competitions and field trips, and international networking.
Check out our full range of Higher Education courses and apply here.
We also offer access to HE courses are for students aged 19+ who wish to return to education in order to prepare for studying a Higher Education course. Learners who have studied with us have progressed onto a number of prestigious universities to complete degrees in various subjects, including Medicine at St Georges, Pharmacy at Kings College London, and Mechanical Engineering at City University amongst many others.
These courses are suitable for adults (anyone aged 19+) with a wide range of previous educational or career experiences who now wish to pursue further study within Higher Education. You will gain the relevant academic subject knowledge needed for higher education study as well as the opportunity to develop study skills to help you to succeed. You will also develop your practical skills in some of our bespoke learning spaces. You will be assessed through a range of methods, including assignments, exams, presentations, observation of practical work and practical reports.
Apply for our Access to Higher Education courses here.
Please note: If you are applying for tuition fees loans and maintenance loans through Student Finance England, you will need to use our legal name of The WKCIC Group.
All learners studying a Higher Education course, regardless of source of payment of fees, with CCCG need to sign and submit a copy of the HE Contract prior to completing enrolment. As a prospective student who is considering applying for a HE course at WestKing, you may wish to view our policies and reports, including Student Protection Plan, Complaints Policy and Access and Participation Statement. Read our policies here.
Our Learner Experience team are here to support, encourage and help you thrive while studying with us. They provide quality advice and guidance and can also offer learning support to help you if you need extra help with English or Maths, if you are dyslexic or if you have a disability or a learning difficulty.
Our qualified and experienced team have been awarded the Matrix quality standard for information advice and guidance services; a national quality standard for the effective delivery of information, advice and guidance on learning and work.
As part of our support services, we:
Read more about Support and Wellbeing at our colleges here.