Studying at college might seem daunting if you’ve been out of a classroom for a while, but at CONEL, we will do our best to support you through your course, whatever your situation. We offer a flexible approach to learning, and student support team are on-hand to provide help so that you can complete your qualification – from childcare to funding and financial support.
We also know that the cost of studying can a worry for adult students, so we became London’s first FREE college, offering all of our Entry Level to Level 2 courses for free, regardless of your age or income.
If you’re not quite sure what you’d like to study, or want to retrain for a new career in a post-COVID world, we also run a large range of free, part-time short courses, including courses at Level 3, that run in the evenings or at weekends, to be flexible with your schedule.
All of our centres have classrooms and workshops with industry-recommended equipment, as well as well-stocked libraries, social spaces and cafes, creating a vibrant, sociable place to study alongside students of all ages and backgrounds.
If you’re not sure what you’d like to study, we offer a free, impartial careers advice and guidance service – find out more and book an appointment here.
From Access to HE to help you get the university place of your dreams, through to health and social care and professional services courses, with hairdressing, beauty therapy at our commercial salons, and many more to choose from in between… get the skills you need for your future at CONEL
Looking to retrain for a change in career in a post-COVID world? Want to gain new skills, or just try something new? Take a look at our FREE part-time short courses
All of our Entry Level to Level 2 courses are FREE at CONEL, and there are bursaries and other financial support options to help you continue your education with us
If you’re aged 19 or older and are looking to study a Level 3 course, the government’s Advanced Learner Loan may be able to cover the cost of your course fees