Morley College London has been where London enjoys learning for over 130 years and we intend to keep it that way for many years to come.

To make sure that learning stays accessible for everyone, we’re providing a range of flexible and safe learning options that work best for your needs and responsibilities.

So whether you’re looking to try something new, learn remotely, or begin your path to higher education, we’re here to support your learning however we can.

Online learning 

Online courses are ideal for students who prefer to learn from home. All our online courses are taught by an experienced Morley College London tutor and offer dedicated and personalised learning from your own home.

Classes are accessed through online platforms such as Microsoft Teams and supported with access to dedicated Virtual Learning Environments through Moodle and Google Classroom.

Online Plus learning

Online Plus course offer a mixture of online and in-centre learning. This might be 1 day out of 5 spent in the classroom, or it might be 1 week out of 5 in the studio; exact arrangements differ according to the specific course you’re studying.

The online portions are delivered largely in the same way as online courses, with an additional minimum of 20% in-centre contact time with tutors in one of our college buildings.

Find out more about accessing our online learning courses here.

Learning with us on site

Courses delivered in-centre with social distancing will be taught with smaller cohorts of students and reduced contact time in order to observe social distancing.

These courses will be supported with additional learning materials made available online. 

Learn more about the measures we are taking to keep our community safe here

Learning with Morley from September 2021

Subject to confirmation from the Department for Education, and to the current COVID restrictions being lifted, we are advertising many of our courses due to start in September 2021 as being delivered ‘in-centre’.

In addition, some courses will continue to be delivered ‘online’ for students who prefer the flexibility of learning remotely.

For courses being taught in-centre, it is important to note that as an integrated part of the college experience all students will also access some of their learning online, both to support their studies and also to retain flexibility in course delivery if adaptation due to COVID restrictions is still required.

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