Congratulations to all students receiving their exam results today. Whether you’re getting A level results, or results from another Level 3 course, there’s a range of ways you can continue learning with us here at Morley…including on our excellent HE courses.
We’re proud of our boutique range of specialist HE courses, which play to our strengths in the performing and visual arts.
At Waterloo – with its professional art gallery onsite, and fantastic music performance and production facilities always at hand – you can explore courses in ceramics, fashion, music and performing arts.
At Chelsea – whose facilities are currently being completely overhauled and upgraded in time for the new academic year – you’ll discover millinery, fine art, photography, graphic design, tailoring &
streetwear, and illustration, drawing & printmaking.
And at the newly-refurbished North Kensington Centre, you’ll find our Foundation Degree in Early Years, a collaboration with Kingston University.
You’ll find that we’re more than just a college…we’re a community of adult learning, with a melting pot of diverse cultures, interests, skills and opportunities just waiting for you to discover.
Here are five things that are special about HE at Morley:
Hannah Uzor studied HNC Fine Art at the Chelsea Centre for Creative Industries.
“I chose Morley because I wanted a degree in Fine Art and Morley was offering equivalent Level 4, 5 and 6 Fine Art courses that costs less than going to University.
“The courses challenge your technical skills and
teach you to think like an artist. There is also a lot of practical teaching and the staff are really supportive.
“I enjoyed the smaller setting, which is less intimidating than University with more opportunities for experimentation, which allowed me to make mistakes and develop my skills.
“I was accepted for my Masters in Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL) and was privileged to be awarded the Milein Cosman Scholarship for Drawing. Once I complete my MA I will be continuing with
my professional practice and artistic research as a springboard for my plans to obtain a PhD.”
Read more student case studies in our course guide:
Visit our Higher Education section to discover a course to suit you.