College days are undoubtedly the best times in one’s life. Friends, teachers, exams, assignments and most importantly ‘fun times’ sum up a lot of your college memories.
Reunite with Harrow College to revive your memories. You can begin a new association with Harrow College in so many ways:
- Sharing your experiences/giving us your feedback
- Speaking at College events
- Organising reunions
- Featuring in our publications and marketing
- Being a positive brand ambassador for the College
- Mentoring a student
- Volunteering at our open days and events
- Offering work experience or employment to students
- Referring students to the college
- And much more...
Harrow College Alumni Group on LinkedIn
Do you want to network with past students of Harrow College for professional purposes? Our Harrow College Alumni Group on LinkedIn is a new group that has been set up to enable all ex-students of Harrow College to network with each other, find classmates and make the best use of this platform professionally. Click here to join this group on LinkedIn.
Avijit Choudhury, an executive director at one of the world's leading investment banks, took his initial step to success at Harrow College. After completing his A Levels in Economics, Maths & Statistics and Computer Science at Harrow College, he went on to study BSc (Hons) in Computer Information Systems at the University of Liverpool. He also has an MBA from the highly reputed Cass Business School.
Currently I'm studying Mathematics at the University of Nottingham. Studying at Harrow College really prepared me for university. All of my subjects consisted mostly of students aiming to go to university the next year and the college certainly took notice of that. Most of our tutorial sessions were about what we were going to do post A-levels and being in a science tutor group meant university was a big part of the content. Obviously nothing can fully prepare you for what comes next but Harrow definitely did the best job they could.
It’s fair to say that Richard Hounslow isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. Since graduating from Harrow College in 2000, completing A Levels in Human Biology, Geography and Physical Education, Richard has gone on to become one of the most recognised figures in the world of competitive canoeing.
I'm currently a passionate Technology Analyst having successfully completed a BSc (hon.) in Artificial Intelligence and MSc Computer Forensics at University of Westminster. I became an expert in cyber-crime (with an emphasis on sex-crimes and social networking), evidence and data gathering.
I have my own business in the audio & visual industry, we do: Project Development, Networking Installations, CCTV Installations, Bespoke Cinema room design, Automation Lighting and sounds, Satellite Project Development, Customised audio and visual room layouts, Yacht and Boat Bespoke Designs. At the moment I am negotiating with investors to invest in my company to expand the business abroad.
I started studying at Harrow College in October 2011 and I studied level 1 and then level 2 IT courses.
After having to give up work due to personal circumstances I found it difficult to get back into employment with the recession. I came to Harrow College as I referred by the Job Centre which was a great opportunity for me. I'd looked at the courses before online but being unemployed I couldn't afford the course fees.
I've just completed a BSc Honours Information Technology and Business Information Systems at Middlesex University and achieved a first. Since graduating I've been working full time in an IT company as a pre-sales representative and I'm really enjoying the job so far.