Morley College London Open Day - Chelsea and North Kensington Centre only
Join us at our Waterloo, Chelsea or North Kensington Centre for our open day events, running from October 2021 to July 2022. Whether you want to update your current skills, start your career, go to university or change direction from your current path, Morley can help you with your journey.
At our open day events you can;
Read below for more information on our different study levels and what will suit your needs.
Courses for 16-18 year olds
We offer courses for 16-18 year olds at both our Chelsea and North Kensington centres. You’ll develop creative, communication and employability skills to prepare you for the future in exciting industries. You’ll also have the opportunity to study for qualifications in English and maths if you haven’t previously achieved them. Our expert tutors will guide you into higher education and/or employment.
We’ll support your wellbeing while you learn with us during your time at Morley – our average class size of 12 learners to one teacher means that you’ll benefit from a uniquely tailored and specialist learning experience.
At Morley, we also offer Higher Education courses – a selection of one, two and three year programmes that provide you with a recognised qualification at each stage (HNC/HND/BA Top Up). This will allow you to progress to the next level at a pace that suits your individual circumstances.
We also offer a wide range of Access to Higher Education Diplomas across many subjects. The Access to Higher Education Diploma qualification has been specially designed for adult learners who require the necessary Level 3 equivalent qualification needed to start their higher education journey.
We can help you if you’ve been out of education for some time, especially those who left school with not enough qualifications to be able to go straight to university. Access to HE courses provide a good foundation in the knowledge and skills required for studying at university level, so that students are confident and well prepared when they go on to higher education.
Each year, thousands of Access to HE students across the country apply for a degree course at a UK university. They go on to study a wide range of subjects, including arts, business, fashion, humanities, law, media, medicine, and science.