Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College21 September 2016, 12:29 pm Written by Super User
Key Admissions Facts
Intakes: Sept ( Major intake) and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .
Fee Range:. For exact fee information please contact us .
PG- Minimum 55% in Bachelor degree
UG - Minimum 60% in 12th year (standard) of School Education
PG (for most programs 6.0, some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5
UG (for most programs 6.0, some programs 6.5) with no band less than 6.0
Pre-sessional English - is available (One separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program)
Minimum Deposit to get CAS: £50% but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.
Application processing time : 2-3 week for high-risk country students , 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application. Credibility interview is a must requirement to pass for an unconditional offer and CAS. To book a free 15 minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.
Scholarships Availability: Regional and merit scholarships are available. Please contact us for more information.
Popular Programs : Engineering , Business and Management , Computer Science , Health and Social Care , Art and Design , Education,. Please contact us for more information.
University link: Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College
NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .
Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College (also formally known as "Ealing Tertiary College") is a further and higher education college based across four campuses located in Acton, Ealing, Hammersmith and Southalldistricts of London, England. The college provides training and development for over 20,000 students from entry level to postgraduate, and is a member of the 157 Group a consortium of 29 of the UK’s largest FE Colleges.The main campus of the college is situated on the north side of the busy A4 dual-carriageway, between Hammersmith and Earls Court
In 1881, Hammersmith School of Art was established in Brook Green. There was also the Hammersmith College of Art and Building located in Lime Grove, Shepherds Bush. This college had an Architecture program accredited by the RIBA and an Interior Design program. There were also facilities and studios in which were taught textile design, ceramics, sculpture and print-making. The 'building' side of the college included workshops in which the traditional building trades were taught including, plumbing, welding, plastering and brick-laying. The 'cross-discipline' opportunities that the close proximity that these departments afforded students was deliberate. That the sculpture students could learn from the welding classes (both instructors and apprentices) and the Interior design students from the textile design students and the Architecture students from the building trades apprentices was a well recognized benefit of the graduates of the Hammersmith College of Art and Building. Ealing Grammar School for Boys was opened in 1913 as Ealing County School and expanded in 1936, also known as Ealing County Grammar School. It had the Ealonian Hall. In 1974, Ealing borough adopted the comprehensive education system and the school became Ealing Green High School, a boys' school. In 1992, the school was taken over by the new Ealing Tertiary College. In January 2002, Hammersmith and West London College merged with Ealing Tertiary College to form Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College.
Location & Transportation
Underground (Zone 3) Ealing Broadway for Central and District Lines (10 minute walk to College) South Ealing for Piccadilly Lines (10 min walk)
Overground Ealing Broadway (10 min walk)
Bus Routes 65, 83, 112, 207, 297, 607, E1, E7, E8, E9
Why Study Here?
The learning centre is a large, open-plan area on each site providing an excellent range of learning materials and facilities to support students and staff in finding the resources and information needed for their courses. We aim to provide a service that fully supports students with their studies. We provide a variety of traditional library resources, including books, magazines, DVDs and newspapers, offer support in using the facilities and the College subscribes to a wide range of online resources which you can access via the Student Portal. We also offer inductions to the network and learning centre facilities and at times offer study skills and research sessions. All students who are enrolled at the College are entitled to use the learning centre.
You will be able to use our top-of-the-range computers to aid you with your course and have access to a number of additional benefits including the Internet, your own College email account, CD-ROMS and the latest software packages. A full introduction to the computing facilities and the Student Portal will be given when you enrol. The Student Portal is an innovative system which provides you with all the latest bulletins that will affect your life at college, including College policies, timetable and attendance information, student services and benefits.
Use the broad range of equipment from weights and toning machines to cardio vascular apparatus in our specialist Sports and Fitness Centre to ensure that you get an overall workout. Our friendly staff are always available to make sure that you get all the advice and help you need to improve your fitness and exercise safely. All students studying for six hours a week or more can use the facilities completely free of charge during term-time between the hours of 9am and 5pm. Outside of these hours, students can join at a reduced rate.