Users' questions

Is Westminster Kingsway College good?

Is Westminster Kingsway College good?

Overall effectiveness is good. Westminster Kingsway College provides a good achievement and standard of education and training. Most aspects of the college’s provision have improved rapidly over the last five years. The proportion of students who successfully complete their courses has improved and is now good.

Is Westminster Kingsway college free?

Most of our Entry Level, Level 1 or Level 2 courses are free, regardless of your age or income, as long as you meet the residency requirements. We will also need to check proof of income/employment, or evidence of benefits, if you are unemployed, at enrolment.

Is City of Westminster a good college?

City of Westminster College has been ranked the top Further Education (FE) college in London for “average point score per vocational examination entry”. Following its successful Grade 2 Ofsted Inspection last year, the College is now proud to be among the best within our capital.

Who founded Westminster Kingsway College?

Auguste Escoffier
Auguste Escoffier founded the Société Culinaire Française with Chef Emile Fetu in 1903, later to merge with the Club Culinaire to become the Association Culinaire Française. The interwar years saw the continuation of the evening classes in engineering and art and the day courses in catering.

Where is Westminster Kingsway College in central London?

Westminster Kingsway College is a college in central London offering A Levels, vocational BTEC & UAL, academic & professional courses for 14-18s and adults.

When did Westminster Kingsway College merge with Islington College?

The Soho centre of Westminster Kingsway College. On 1 August 2016, Westminster Kingsway College merged with City and Islington College to form the WKCIC Group, trading as Capital City College Group (CCCG).

Why was Kingsway College important in British history?

Regarded as one of the great humanist educators of his day, under Flower’s leadership, Kingsway became one of the country’s most diverse and thriving further education colleges, and his skill provided a framework for the development of unconventional ideas which came to powerfully influence British post-16 education.

Who was the principal of Kingsway College Camden?

In 1985 there was a substantial and comprehensive refit of the whole school. Before the merger, Kingsway College, previously known as Princeton College, was a large college in Camden. It received £55million for redevelopment in 2009. Notable Principals included Fred Flower from 1960 to 1978.