What Makes London South East Colleges Different?

London South East Colleges is one college with sites across South East London. Following our recent mergers we have a very bright future - which you can be part of. We are committed to delivering the highest quality skills development in London and the South East and work with over 500 employers to ensure the education and training we deliver is exactly what industry needs.

Our community of students and tutors is diverse, friendly and caring. Our students are inspired to develop their strengths and achieve outstanding results with our support at every step.


What makes London South East Colleges different?

Opportunities for young people and adults living in South East London and beyond have never been in better shape following the creation of London South East Colleges.

We have a wide range of courses available for anyone looking to lay the foundations for their careers and are one of the best connected colleges in London. As well as vocational courses, providing BTEC, NVQ, City & Guilds and other specialist qualifications, we also offer higher education courses linked to the University of Greenwich and Canterbury Christ Church University. If you are interested in earning a wage while you learn, we have Apprenticeship vacancies with leading employers in many subjects and a variety of professional qualifications to help you achieve success.

London South East Colleges has a very open-minded community of students, teachers, support staff and advisors who are caring and professional. You will find at all campuses, a welcoming, safe and dynamic learning environment where students can build their skills, gain knowledge and become confident and empowered.

We offer you:

  • A wide range of vocational courses and qualifications for all ages, levels and abilities
  • Degree and HNC/D courses validated by two of the UK’s top universities
  • Professional qualifications to help you progress your career opportunities
  • Impressive success rates across our provision that are well above the national average
  • Excellent guidance for progressing through the levels, into higher education and employment
  • Career-focused programmes with employer partners throughout the region
  • A unique employability skills programme - ‘The Career Advantage’ available to all full-time students
  • Outstanding partnerships with schools, colleges and universities across the region and nationally
  • Vocational specialisms to match local business needs and courses are developed with the help of employers
  • Specialist, industry-standard facilities and equipment
  • Modern learning resources and classroom technology
  • Highly qualified professional tutors and specialist staff
  • English and Maths Hubs at each main campus with expert tuition available throughout the week
  • Expert support, advice and guidance to ensure you make the right decisions
  • Exciting enrichment programmes and events with weekly sporting activities such as football, indoor cricket, badminton, basketball tournaments, film and drama clubs and much more
  • Superb gymnasiums and sports halls and outdoor space

Our values:

  • Responsive and respectful: we listen to each other and respect different points of view, we take pride in our professionalism and are open and honest in all we do
  • Ambitious and aspiring: we challenge ourselves to be outstanding in all we do and we support each other to realise our aspirations
  • Innovative and inspiring: we value new ideas and innovative ways of working to deliver knowledge and skills and we are role models for our College community
  • Successful and supportive: we support each other and we recognise and celebrate success in all the work we do
  • Enterprising and engaging: we encourage and support the development of entrepreneurial skills and continue to find new ways to maximize the College's resources for the community

Working for Us

We particularly welcome applications from people from ethnic minority groups, those with disabilities and others who are under-represented in Further Education. To demonstrate the College’s commitment to upholding and valuing the principles of diversity, inclusion, fair treatment and equality of opportunity, we operate within the Positive About Disabled People and Mindful Employer schemes as well as being a Stonewall Partner and a member of the Network for Black Professionals

Bromley Campus


The largest of the London South East Colleges campus, Bromley has a range of excellent facilities on offer. From industry-standard workshops and fully equipped science laboratories – through to a £4.5m sports centre and common rooms, it is a great place to study and to relax.


We are located just 10 minutes by bus from Bromley town centre. From here, you can take a train and be in central London within 15 minutes.

Bromley is a vibrant place - you will be spoilt for choice when looking for restaurants, bars and shops. You will also find a leisure centre, cinema, bowling alley and much more.

Address: Rookery Lane, Bromley BR2 8HE


To help ensure you have an excellent all-round college experience, our Bromley campus offers a range of facilities for both your learning and leisure needs.

With industry-standard construction workshops, a professional hair and beauty salon and an outstanding Learning Resource Centre, through to our new ‘Life Centre’, several cafes and a common room - we have everything needed for a fantastic student experience.

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Getting here


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Bromley South is the nearest train station served by trains from London and the South East.


Parking for visitors is normally available after 4pm before this, where possible, we advise travel by public transport.

Bexley Campus


With its warm, friendly atmosphere, students here can enjoy a range of facilities from a canteen and gym to our well-equipped library with free internet access, newspapers, magazines and DVDs.


We have two sites within Bexley; Bexley campus and a specialist construction skills campus at Holly Hill.

Bexley campus is only 20 minutes away from Bluewater Shopping Centre, with its array of shops, restaurants and cinemas.

Address: 2 Walnut Tree Road, Erith, DA8 1RA

Our construction skills campus at Holly Hill is located in Belvedere and offers a range of construction-related courses from bricklaying to plumbing.

Address: Upper Holly Hill Road, Belvedere, Kent, DA17 6JG


Along with our industry-standard classrooms and workshops, Bexley is home to our Media Centre which specialises in all areas of art, media production, interactive media and digital animation.

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Getting here



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Erith Station is less than a minute away and is served by Slade Green, Dartford, Belvedere, Abbey Wood, Plumstead, Woolwich Arsenal, Woolwich Dockyard, Charlton and all stations to London.


There is limited street parking around this campus, where possible, we advise travel by public transport.






Erith Rail Station is the nearest.


There is limited parking on site and, where possible, we advise travel by public transport.

Greenwich Campus


Our main Greenwich Campus is located in Plumstead and we also have a Construction Skills campus in Kidbrooke as well as an Adult & Community Learning Centre, Greenwich Park Centre, in Greenwich.

We offer range of provision to suit all ages, abilities and interests - from 16-18 Further Education courses, through to adult and community learning.


Greenwich Campus is located in Plumstead – a culturally rich, lively and colourful area within south-east London. As well as a huge variety of restaurants and shops, Woolwich Market is also close by.

Address: 95 Plumstead Road, London SE18 7DQ

Kidbrooke Construction Skills Centre is located in Kidbrooke Village:

Address: Tudway Road, Kidbrooke, London, SE3 9YX

Greenwich Park Centre is located in Royal Hill:

Address: King George Street, London SE10 8QB


Students at our Greenwich site have access to a wide-range of facilities including the new student-led restaurant ‘BR6@Greenwich’, hair and beauty salon ‘Salon95’ and a Learning Resource Centre.

At the Construction Skills campus students develop work-related construction and building craft skills using industry-standard equipment.

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Getting here



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Plumstead, Woolwich Arsenal, North Woolwich (with Woolwich Ferry or foot tunnel to bus connections), Jubilee Line goes to North Greenwich (will need to use short bus connection to Plumstead).


Woolwich Arsenal


North Greenwich is the nearest tube


There is limited street parking and, where possible, we advise travel by public transport.

Orpington Campus


Located in Orpington town centre, this campus is home to our Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College and our student-led Restaurant, BR6. The Career College opened in September 2014 and is the first of its kind in London.


Orpington is a lively place, currently undergoing much development and regeneration. With a cinema, shops, restaurants and a leisure centre, it is a great place to study.

Orpington Station is just a 15 minute walk away. You can reach central London from here in just 20 minutes.

Our Orpington Campus is located in Orpington, The Walnuts, BR6 0TE.


Along with our student-led restaurant, BR6, our Orpington Campus also houses a café and a buzzing common room. Students can study in our Learning Resource Centre and fully-equipped IT suite.

The College’s Innovation Centre is situated at Orpington. This provides a range of business facilities for local companies including meeting space, desk and office hire, virtual secretary and free wi-fi.

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Getting here


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Orpington Station served by trains from London, Bromley South and the South East.


There is limited street parking around the Orpington campus and a multistorey car park in Lych Gate Road. Where possible we advise travel by public transport.

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