South Thames College is a further education college with sites across South West London and Wandsworth. They provide entry-level and higher education programs in addition to courses for personal development. More than 21,000 students are enrolled in the college and some of their courses are government funded which means A-levels and BTEC Nationals are free for 16–19-year-olds. They also provide a range of vocational programs designed to give excellent training and maximise students’ potential. Some of the areas these programs focus on include hygiene, plumbing, carpentry, and brickwork. South Thames College is part of the South Thames College Group which provides students with greater choices across southwest London. The group includes South Thames College as well as Carshalton College and Kingston College.
Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run
South Thames College does not provide a range of postgraduate-level courses. However, they do offer a number of entry-level, level 1, level 2, level 3, level 4, level 5, and level 6 courses as well as short programs. They span a range of topics such as fashion, humanities, social sciences, music, media studies, business, education, and more.
To apply for programs at South Thames College, simply visit their website. Then, navigate to your chosen course page and press the apply button. You will then be redirected to an online application form which you can fill out. Once submitted, the admissions team will review your application and revert back to you.
South Thames College does not have its own dedicated student accommodation, however, there are tonnes of private providers and the college can advise you on suitable housing.
Scholarships and Financial Support
South Thames College has a number of scholarships and funding opportunities available each year to help students pay their fees. These change regularly so it is best to contact the college for the most up-to-date scholarships, bursaries, and funding options available.
For general enquiries, email info.SouthThames@stcg.ac.uk or call 020 8918 7777