Instead of sharing lectures with 200 students or more, you will never share a lecture with more than 60 other students and also be taught in small seminar groups. We value small group sizes with plenty of contact between students and lecturers and the high levels of support this provides. Our lecturers are highly qualified experts in their fields and provide excellent teaching and learning.
Newham College Higher Education Centre (NHEC) also works with Canterbury Christ Church University in the delivery of the Diploma in Education and Training (DET) with the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) pathway and Cambridge English for the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA).
At NHEC, we aim to:
Our Higher Education Strategy sets out our aims and objectives for the next three years. It outlines the key strategic goals that will enable us to build on our strengths and deliver measurable outcomes and impact, in the context of our mission and values. Download the HE Strategy below:
The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) is the independent body entrusted with monitoring and advising on, standards and quality in UK higher education. It is independent of government and of higher education providers, and acts in the public interest, for the benefit of students.
QAA plays a crucial role in checking how learning providers maintain academic standards and quality. During our last QAA review in October 2015, the review team found that we met all the expectations outlined in the Quality Code and identified areas of good practice in assessment, responding to students’ feedback and supporting academic staff development.