Calling all school leavers....
Morley College London has a range of courses designed and delivered specifically for 16-18-year-olds just like you.
From courses in creative industry staples like fashion and graphic design to our cutting-edge new Esports BTEC (ideal for aspiring games developers), we’re here to help plot out your next move in education and training.
Delivered in Chelsea and North Kensington, our courses are suitable for students who’ve got the results they wanted at GCSE…or for those who are looking for retakes. Whatever your results, we’re here for you.
What’s more, we have a dedicated and experienced student support team waiting to help you make the right choice – give us a ring today to discuss your specific circumstances.
If you’re interested in applying, either follow the links to apply online or give our team of experienced experts a ring on 020 7450 1889. (By the way, we’re making some changes to our website at the moment so don’t be put off if you notice that fees are payable…all courses on this list are FREE for 16-18-year-olds)
Alternatively, come to our virtual open event for 16-18-year-olds next Monday 24 August at 6pm – you’ll hear from our subject specialists and student support staff about what Morley has to offer. No need to book, just turn up by clicking on this link: https://meet.google.com/bzx-hvtk-iss
Need some inspiration?
- This one-year course prepares you for applying to highly competitive degree courses. From your second term onwards, you can choose to focus on fashion design, textile design or communications.
- 40% of students were graded ‘distinction’ this year – that’s twice the national average
- 100% of students are moving on to continue studying fashion at university, with many progressing to Central Saint Martin’s, one of the world’s highest-rated arts educators
DID YOU KNOW? The Rhythm Studio, North Kensington
- We work with The Rhythm Studio at our North Kensington Centre to offer courses for aspiring music producers and performers keen to get into the creative industries.
- Students take a range of music performance, production and business units, as well as attending guest lectures and work experience placements with our industry partners.
- Our sixth form music pathways include a one-year foundation programme in music production and two-year music performance, production and business course.
- This year’s sixth form leavers have all secured their first choice of a university place, and most who start at 16 go on to the full two-year course (though there’s always the option of moving into employment after a single year.