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Newham College of Further Education


Who we are:

    Newham College has 2 main sites in East London: 

    • Newham College - East Ham Campus, High Street South, Newham, London, E6 6ER 
    • Newham College - Stratford Campus, Welfare Road, Newham, London, E15 4HT  

    Newham College of Further Education provides a range of post 16 education and progression options including: 

    We provide education that is exciting, relevant and practical; helping you develop the skills and knowledge needed to unleash your potential and make you stand out when you apply for that all important first job or into the next stage of your education and career.

    In April 2016 Ofsted judged the College to be ‘Good’ in all that we do. This means you will be given expert advice and guidance from highly-skilled staff, supporting you to take the first steps to your future success.

    What we do:

    We will help you choose the best course for your needs, develop your career plans and provide you with outstanding teaching to make sure you achieve your goals.

    While studying, you will benefit from our excellent links with businesses, professionals and industry experts, who help design our courses, enabling you to succeed in your chosen careers. These include programmes developed and endorsed by Samsung, as well as Degrees awarded through the Open University.

    We are constantly investing in the College to make sure we keep up with technological advances in the business world and our state-of-the-art facilities provide you with industry standard learning environments.

    At Newham College there are lots of opportunities to make friends and enjoy an active social life. Students have free access to our student lounges, fitness centres, sports clubs, libraries, computer suites, Student Life facilities and the many events hosted by our student enrichment team; you will also get free breakfast and entry to central London’s Fashion and Textile Museum.

    Other Details


    Specialist courses are fully funded.
    Loan/bursary payments can be applied for to help with travel or equipment costs.

    Who is eligible?

    To discuss the mainstream and specialist courses we have on offer and what may be right for you please contact our Transition Officer - Hannah Pathak.

    Phone: 020 8257 4628


    Referral required?


    What to do if you have a complaint

    We are always interested in feedback from students on what they found helpful and about things that were less helpful or that we could do better.

    Please e-mail your feedback to:


    How to Get Here

    East Ham Campus

    Buses: 5, 15, 15b, 58, 101, 104, 147, 238, 300, 325 

    Tube: East Ham Underground


    Stratford Campus

    Buses: 25, 69, 86, 104, 108, 158, 238, 241, 257, 262, 276, 308, 378, 473, D8, F2 

    Tube: Stratford Underground and DLR 

    Train: Stratford and Maryland 

    There is no on-site parking so we recommend visitors and students use public transport.

    However if you have access needs our Inclusion and Access Advisor would be happy to discuss arrangements needed for your visit:

    Rameez Ali -  Inclusion and Access Advisor .

    Phone: 020 8257 4429 or 020 8257 4151

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