For information on summer assessments, including grading and appeals - please click here
For information on GCSE English and maths November 2021 resitsplease click here
Proposed College Merger - click here for information

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Open Days

Want to join a course this September?  It's not too late to enrol - we still have places! Just come into the college to secure your place - click here for opening times.

If you want to find out a bit more about our courses you can view the Open Day recordings for the subject areas we offer. They are a great way to find out why we're officially THE HIGHEST RANKED COLLEGE IN LONDON for 16-18 year old achievement*; discover more about our courses, our staff expertise and what our students enjoy about studying with us!

The next open days will take place at:

Harrow on the Hill Campus
Lowlands Rd, Harrow HA1 3AQ
 Wednesday 3rd November
4.00 - 7.00pm
(Accounting and Business, Hair and Beauty, ICT, ESOL, GCSE's & Functional Skills, Media, Science, Sport, Apprenticeships)

Harrow Weald Campus
Brookshill, Harrow Weald, Harrow HA3 6RR
Thursday 18th November
4.00 - 7.00pm
(Art, Design & Architecture, Childcare and Health & Social Care, Construction, Plumbing & Electrical Installation, Foundation Learning & Additional Support)

 

Our Open Days provide the opportunity to:

- Meet staff
- Get course information and career advice
- Learn about our apprenticeship programme
Take a campus tour.

Our most recent VIRTUAL OPEN DAY was held in June but if you didn't make it, don't worry you haven't missed out! You can view the online sessions from then:

View our June 2021 Open Days


Looking to join us for September 2022? Register for our next open day below and we'll send you more details.

The Harrow College 2021-22 Full Time Prospectus is available online here

*Harrow College is part of HCUC – a merger between Harrow College and Uxbridge College. HCUC is the number 1 college in London for 16-18 year old achievement, confirmed by the Department for Education’s (DfE) most recent achievement data for 2018/19, published March 2020.