Students will be able to study for free at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) for one year only.
Anyone 19 or over will not have to pay tuition fees for all full and part-time courses from Entry Level to Level 2 at Tottenham and Enfield for 2018-19.
Students who are 16 to 18 already pay no fees.
To get the course for free, prospective students must fulfil the entry requirements of their chosen course, complete an eligibility-residency assessment and, if working, provide a copy of their latest payslip.
CONEL offers a wide range of courses in Accounting, Business, Construction, Creative and Media, Engineering, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) English and Maths, Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Health and Social Care, Childcare, ICT and Computing, Music, Science, Public Services, Sport and Fitness and Travel and Tourism.
Deputy Principal Kurt Hintz said: “Adults have been telling us that education is too expensive and many are trapped in low paid, low skilled work.
“So next year we’ve decided to offer all of our Entry, level 1 and level 2 courses for free.
“We want to give as many people as possible the chance to study and gain extra skills without worrying about the burden of tuition fees.
“Our superb courses are taught by excellent tutors, many of whom have worked in the industries they teach and are experts in their field.
“Come to CONEL and see yourself by taking advantage of this fantastic opportunity to boost your skills and employment prospects.”
CONEL was recently named the best college in England for student satisfaction and was top in London for employer satisfaction for a second successive year.
The College is rated ‘good’ by Ofsted following its most recent inspection and had an overall pass rate across all curriculum areas of 91.9% in 2016/17.
Level 3 courses and above will still require payment of tuition fees.
Click here or call 020 8442 3055 for more information about our courses. Alternatively, come to one of our Open Days every Monday from 4pm to 6pm.
- Last Updated: 15 June 2018