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Uxbridge College


Uxbridge College was first established in 1965 and has been educating and training people for more than 50 years. They are the number 1 college in London for 16 -18 achievement and provide outstanding teaching to their students. They have state-of-the-art facilities such as libraries, gyms, sports halls, workshops, salons, studios, labs, student lounges, hi-tech smart classrooms, and more. Uxbridge College has two campuses – Uxbridge campus and Hayes campus. They have invested more than £60 million in the past few years into enhancing their social spaces and classrooms. They have well-equipped classrooms with all of the latest technology. Their main campus is situated in west London so it is close to restaurants, cafes, shops, nightlife and more.

Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run

Uxbridge College does not provide postgraduate programs but they do offer a range of level 1, level 2, and level 3 programs as well as professional courses. These programs can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis.

Admissions Process

To apply for programs at Uxbridge College, navigate to their website and click on the courses tab. Then, scroll down and select the level and pick your course. Then, click the apply now button on the course page. You will then be redirected to a page where you can fill in your details. Then, submit this page. The admissions team will review your application and then contact you to let you know their decision.


Uxbridge College does not provide accommodation for students and they cannot organise or recommend accommodation for you. However, they can advise you on where to look for suitable accommodation. Uxbridge College has an Accommodation Booklet which contains listings of suitable long-term and temporary student accommodation. Some of the options available include studios and bedsits, lodgings and family homestays, hostels, and shared accommodation in privately rented houses or flats.

Scholarships and Financial Support

Uxbridge College does not have any scholarships but they do have bursaries and other financial supports available to assist students. These include bursaries for care leavers, those in care, people living independently on income support, and those who are severely disabled. There are also financial supports available for meals at the college and student loans. For more information, visit the Uxbridge College website.

Contact Info

For general enquiries, call 01895 853333 or email

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