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Open Days

If you're looking for a new college course starting in September 2021, our open evenings are for you! Register for the next open day on the 24th March and find out more about the courses we offer and why we're officially THE HIGHEST RANKED COLLEGE IN LONDON for 16-18 year old achievement*.

 

 


 

HCUC Apprenticeships & Skills March 2021 Open Day

Interested in Apprenticeships?

View our latest Apprenticeship Virtual Open Day recording that took place 30 March, 6-7pm

View the recording

 


 

Our Open Day provides the opportunity to:
- Meet staff
- Get course information and career advice
- Learn about our apprenticeship programme
- Take a campus tour

Interested in Apprenticeships?

Join us virtually on 30 March, 6-7pm

Pre-register for Open Day

Interested in T Levels? Join our Virtual Open Day on Tuesday 30th March from 5-6pm. Register via this link: https://forms.gle/sneaStYxrWACYb568

Interested in higher education opportunities? Offering HNCs and HNDs in Engineering, IT & Computing and Building Services, The West London Institute of Technology is hosting a virtual open day on the 30th of March from 4-5pm. Register via this link: https://bit.ly/2NzGCwE


Applications for full-time courses starting September 2021 are now open. You can apply for courses online – www.harrow.ac.uk/courses – or you can call our careers advisors for any information or advice on 020 8909 6000.


View the recorded sessions of the previous virtual open day, that took place on 24th November 2020, by clicking here.

The Harrow College 2021-22 Full Time Prospectus is available online here
If you wish to receive a printed copy in the post, kindly click here and register.

*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.