Havering College of Further and Higher Education
About Havering College of Further and Higher Education
Here at Havering College, we aim to deliver high quality education and training that responds to the needs of employers and individuals. We are constantly working to deliver courses that are developed in conjunction with employers to ensure that you have the opportunity to develop the relevant skills required for your industry.
Our diverse curriculum of over 360 courses, ranging from entry level to postgraduate degrees means we can provide you with all the pathways needed to progress on to a higher course or straight into employment. With us, you have an opportunity to achieve your maximum potential whilst studying in a safe and inspirational learning environment.
We believe that our biggest strength comes from having staff who are experts in their own fields. All our lecturers have a depth of knowledge and expertise that ensures you get the best from your educational experience. The staff are dedicated to providing the most up-to-date and relevant information and skills training possible, giving you the edge for employment over other candidates and enhancing your career prospects.
Havering College is award winning, we have achieved the acclaimed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) assured status and we are committed to ensuring that our exceptional learning environment is inspirational as well as practical.
If you would you like to see our facilities in person, please visit us during one of our open events and speak with our experienced lecturers who can provide you with an in-depth look at our courses and a tour of our campus.
The College is the largest Further Education provider of Higher Education in London with over 400 HE learners, 39% coming from disadvantaged areas and 23% progressing internally from level 3 courses. With 7162 students (2728 full-time equivalent) drawn from a wide area covering East London, and the counties of Essex and Kent, 33.9% come from 'disadvantage uplift' postcodes. The proportion of students from minority ethnic groups attending the college is 22.3%, significantly higher than reflected in the local population.