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School Leavers

What are the different ways I can study?

Newham College offers many different course types and all of them provide you with vast skills to build a great career!

We offer:

  • BTEC Qualifications - job-related courses
  • Vocationally related Qualification (VRQ)
  • National Vocation Qualifications (NVQs)
  • Apprenticeships
  • Pre-Access and Access Courses - for students aged over 19
  • Prince's Trust Team Programme - a 12-week life skills course for 16-25 year olds
  • Additional Learning Needs (ALN) Courses - give you skills to learn more easily in a small group
  • Enterprise Programmes - helping you learn skills to set up your own business

Full-time and part-time courses available.

Enrolling for September 2016

Are you leaving school this year? Our admissions team can help you to discover how to unleash your potential, by doing a course that can make all the difference to your future!

Fees & Funding

Newham College offers free courses to all 16-18 year olds. Yes, that’s right - if you’re under-19 your course will be completely FREE of charge! However, you will need to cover all other expenses such as exam fees, and books and equipment.

What support will i get as a student?

At Newham College, we will provide you with first-class learning support to help you reach your aspirations and goals. Here, you can find useful information on some of the learning support that the college provides.

Career & employment opportunities

Apprenticeships are perfect for people who want to develop new skills and gain solid and nationally recognised qualifications. Courses last for two years and combine study with work experience in your dream career.   

Learn about the local area

Find out about Newham College from students themselves! Hear what they have to say about the area, facilities, teachers, experiences and the help we give.

Need help choosing a career?

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice. This is supported by qualified careers advisers.