The College of Haringey Enfield and North East London (CONEL) has once again been voted one of the country’s best higher education colleges by its students.
CONEL has been nominated in the FE College category of the prestigious WhatUni Awards. Unusually for such an award, it is based entirely on reviews that have been submitted by students to the WhatUni.com website, which ranks the UK’s universities and those colleges that offer higher education too.
The college offers a range of higher education qualifications, from Access to Higher Education courses, work-related Higher National Certificates or Diplomas, and Foundation Degrees. It is this provision which made CONEL eligible for the award.
Commenting on CONEL’s nomination, Principal Kurt Hintz, said: “It is very satisfying to have been recognised once again by our higher education students as being a great place to learn. We are well-known in London for our free courses and our excellent provision at entry level and levels 1 and 2, so to be shortlisted for a higher education award is fantastic and a testament to the dedication and skills of our HE tutors.”
The college was ranked 4th out of the 10 shortlisted colleges, with an impressive average score of 4.4 out of 5. We are the only college in London to have been shortlisted and on 25 April, we will find out if we have won at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards in central London.
Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s a selection of students’ reviews from WhatUni:
I have really enjoyed my time at Conel the teachers are wonder and supportive there’s so many courses available, I’m learning things I never thought I could learn
This is a really a fantastic course. My teacher is really good and I have so many skills from their classes
Pauline, January 2019
The course is very useful. Teachers are very helpful. The college is a very good environment for study
Maria, January 2019.
- Last Updated: 29 March 2019