Ten Reasons to Choose Uxbridge College

1. We are the number 1 College in London*
Study at the No. 1 College in London, with the highest success rates for 16-18 & 19+ students. 

2. Top-class Facilities
Over the last few years we have invested more than £60m to ensure our campuses in Uxbridge and Hayes provide top-quality teaching spaces, social areas and sports facilities.

3. Expert Staff
Our highly qualified staff have lots of industry experience, so you can learn the skills employers need. They will share their knowledge about the workplace and give you practical tips and advice so you can make the most of your study.

4. We get results
Our courses will get you places. Whether you want to go on to further and higher study or go straight into work, we’ll help you to get there!

5. Get Work Ready
Start your career here! Our courses include work experience and links with employers, so you will learn the things you need to help you get into a great job!

6. Support is always on hand
UCAN - the Uxbridge College Advice Network - offers help whenever you need it. Our dedicated staff provide support to help you with any financial, welfare or personal issues.

7. Involve Yourself
Get more than just great facilities and top-quality teaching – have some fun too! There’s loads to do on campus, you can take part in a wide range of social and sports activities, get involved in student governance and become a volunteer.

8. A Safe and Welcoming College
Your safety, health and wellbeing is our priority and we welcome students whatever their background or experience.

9. Aim Higher!
Our high-quality HNDs build on your knowledge and skills, providing you with two years of study which you can top up for a degree. Plus our fees are lower than some universities!

10. We're in a great place!
Our campuses in Uxbridge and Hayes have lots of facilities for you to use on your course and in your free time. They are near to town centres and have excellent transport links.

*Uxbridge College is the number one college in London for success rates for 16-18 and 19+ learners in the academic year 13/14.  Source: Skills Funding Agency - Education and Training National Success Rate Tables published April 2015.