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Merton College
http://www.merton.ac.uk/

College Profile

Merton College offers a wide variety of educational courses, which helps you to pursue your chosen field of employment or further education. It helps you to enhance your skills and have a prosperous career in life. The courses are tailored for the use of everyone irrespective of their age and background. The courses can help you enhance your career skills or help you get higher education. Most of the students of the college belong to the age group of 16-19. Others are mature learners. There are an equal number of male as well as female students.

The college has a friendly and supportive atmosphere where students are encouraged to learn. Both the staff and the students ensure that the atmosphere of the college exudes positive vibes. The full time students are provided with a personal tutor who helps them with their studies. There are a range of other services that help the students at all times.

The Advice Centre offers an assortment of support services for students. It helps the students with financial assistance and also provides suitable information about Education Maintenance Allowances. The college also offers various welfare services like student counselling that is kept absolutely confidential. The Library Learning Centre provides computers, books, journals and newspapers to the students for their research. For students having low incomes or childcare needs, the college has Learner Support Fund which has helped numerous students.


Campus Address(es)

Merton College
London Road, SM4 5QX, Morden
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 02084 086 500, Fax: 02084 086 666

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