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Working Men's College
http://www.wmcollege.ac.uk/

College Profile

Working Menís college has been contributing its efforts and expertise to the UK education industry, over the past 150 years. The college staff is dedicated towards the development of the students to make them know the areas of their interest and to develop necessary skills. Education provided by the college, helps students in learning new skills and polishing the existing skills simultaneously. Working Menís college welcomes students from different occupations and from various nations to explore the opportunity galore at the college. Education combined with quality recreation activities, makes learning extremely effective at the college.

Working Menís college offers a wide range of courses likeóskills for life, art and design, computing and information technology, languages, performing arts, digital arts, and services for employers. The main mission of Working Menís college is to make education accessible to everyone who deserves it, to teach those who have missed their initial stage of learning, and creating a superb quality educational environment for adult learning to meet the educational needs and requirements of the learners. The college has set up a special support team to help the students with physical disabilities. This team is dedicated to boost the morale of the disabled and lift their self-esteem, to ward off their inferiority complexes and motivate them for goal achievement.


Campus Address(es)

Working Men's College
44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 08003 581 854 or 02072 554 700, Fax: 02073 835 561

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