Croydon College is a large institution of secondary and higher education located in Croydon, London Borough of Croydon. Its roots can be traced back to a School of Art founded in 1868, which later combined with Croydon Polytechnic to form the institution shortly after World War II. As of 2014, the college offers study programmes, apprenticeships, and higher education courses at Croydon University Centre to over 10,000 students, 3,400 of whom are full-time. The college is the only institution of Further Education to have received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). Their Program offers all students the chance to explore new things, some of which you have likely never even considered. You will further develop your existing skills and interests, try new activities, and meet new people both within and beyond the College. All of this is excellent preparation for life after college and helps you gain the exact attributes that companies seek. You will be part of an active student body and have the ability to participate in sports, drama, and battle of the bands, in addition to course-related activities. Your studies are only the beginning of your Croydon College experience.
You can apply at any time.
Croydon University will provide the educational fund for applicants in the UK for the academic year 2022-2023.