Here you can find TOP-22 UK Colleges 2022. Popular institutions offer the following programs: high school, university preparation, undergraduate and graduate courses. Colleges offer all the subject areas that are taught at the university, many provide full honors degrees. UK colleges are known for more practical professional courses, awarding higher national diplomas (HNDs), basic degrees, classes are held in partnership with the university, allowing students to continue their studies, successfully enter the labour market.
TOP-22 colleges in the UK provide a high level of teaching and student support, although some colleges do not offer student housing. If the college has a residence, students live under the supervision of teachers, girls and boys live separately, strictly observing discipline. Colleges devote less time to field trips and extracurricular activities, and focus on curriculum. Students who require additional lessons receive one-to-one counseling.
Benefits of studying at a British college :
- Lower tuition fees
- Smaller class sizes (average 6 people)
- Flexible training options, including part-time, the opportunity to study GCSE in 1 year, A Level in 1.5 years
- Professional development programs, professional qualifications
- A large number of classes, individual training support.
About 10% of all higher education in the UK is provided by colleges of additional education (FE): about 187,000 students study here. They provide ample opportunities for part-time courses, there are more working students, more mature students.
Colleges offer a wide range of subjects:
- Business, administration, jurisprudence
- Arts, media, publishing
- Production technology, construction.
Explore the top 2022 UK colleges rankings.
Rankings of 22 best British colleges 2022
|№||A/A* %||Name||Day/Board||Boy/Girl||Day GBP||Board GBP|
|1||88.68||Cardiff Sixth Form College||Both||Co-ed||16,600||42,750|
|2||83.54||Oxford International College||Both||Co-ed||21,000||42,000|
|4||64%||National Mathematics and Science College||Both||Co-ed||29,000||45,000|
|5||54.17||Bellerbys College Cambridge||Both||Co-ed||27,060||38,940|
|6||53.71||Abbey College Cambridge||Both||Co-ed||29,000|
|8||47.21||Cambridge Tutors College||Both||Co-ed||15,900||39,990|
|9||44.09||CATS College Canterbury||Both||Co-ed||26,490||41,775|
|10||42.55||Bosworth Independent College||Both||Co-ed||12,600||30,300|
|11||39.29||CATS College Cambridge||Both||Co-ed||24,990||44,775|
|12||32.94||Mander Portman Woodward - Cambridge||Day||Co-ed||28,305|
|13||31.01||Bellerbys College Brighton||Both||Co-ed||27,060||43,704|
|14||30.53||Abbey College Manchester||Both||Co-ed||12,750|
|15||30.50||Chelsea Independent College||Both||Co-ed||24,000||48,000|
|16||29.75||Cambridge Centre For Sixth Form Studies||Both||Co-ed||21,000||48,000|
|17||28.65||Rochester Independent College||Both||Co-ed||18,000||36,900|
|18||24.86||CATS College London||Both||Co-ed||24,990||49,980|
|19||24.83||DLD College London||Both||Co-ed||23,000||50,500|
|20||20.93||Ealing Independent College||Day||Co-ed||16,050|