Pride takes place every June and celebrates LGBTQ+ people and communities. Pride commemorates the Stonewall riots that took place in June 1969 in New York. Brooklands College values diversity and strives to create […]
Welcome to a new Academic Year at Brooklands and one that we hope will have minimal disruption from COVID-19. Over the past 18 months, the College has implemented the frequently changing rules, initiatives and working practices, required by the Department for Education to keep our staff and students safe.
While studying at Brooklands College there may be times when students need some extra support to ensure that they stay on track with work and assignments. Our student support team will be with you every step of the way.
Brooklands College holds as one of its highest priorities the health, safety and welfare of all children, young people and vulnerable adults involved in courses or activities, which come under the responsibility of the College.
If you are experiencing financial constraints and need support with getting to college, check if you are eligible for a Means-tested Bursary for low income families to help towards course-related costs for students meeting the eligibility criteria. Approved Bursaries are not loans and not repayable unless any mitigating circumstances, so please do make an enquiry at the earliest opportunity when enrolling
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