Secure your place at HARROW COLLEGE - THE NUMBER 1 COLLEGE IN LONDON for 16-18 year old achievement*. Please see table below for our enrolment dates and times for courses beginning in September 2019.
Unsure about which full-time course to do in September? Looking for some career advice? Come along to our free and confidential Advice & Information drop-in sessions in July (see dates below).
DON'T MISS! Our last open day before enrolment in on Saturday 15 June 2019. Click here for details
If you're looking for a new college course starting in Sept 2019, come to our open day. Find out more about the courses we offer and why we're now officially part of THE HIGHEST RANKED COLLEGE IN LONDON for 16-18 year old achievement*. Students, family, friends, neighbours...you're all welcome!
There is a range of financial support available dependent on your level of study and circumstances. For more information or advice please contact the Student Services department at our Harrow on the Hill or Harrow Weald campuses.
Please click here to read our Fees Policy.
Our aim is to ensure that your time at college is as worry free as possible. This is how we can help you.
We are a leading sustainable college
Harrow College is committed to achieving a sustainable future for ourselves and generations to come. As part of our responsible governance programme, one of our Key Performance Indicators is, “to actively promote a culture of environmental sustainability.” This is included in our main Strategic Objective which is: “To become an outstanding provider as recognised by Ofsted”.
Come and visit our Admissions Office for advice on which course to choose and talk over your options for the future.
Alternatively you can phone our call centre on 020 8909 6000 or use the enquiry availability here to request info or use our course search engine.
Harrow College is proud to deliver its Football Academy for 16-18 year olds in partnership with Queens Park Rangers FC in the Community Trust.
We provide talented young sports people with the opportunity to develop their prospects of a career in football while continuing with their education (see courses below).