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Nescot is a forward-looking College of Further & Higher Education that serves a large area of South East England with a wide range of vocational and academic courses, both full and part time.  Unlike many colleges, we have a single site, set in 70 acres of Surrey green belt in a peaceful setting and providing a safe learning environment - yet the campus is only 30 minutes away from central London by train (with a station conveniently located next to the College). We are only 15 minutes from the M25 and offer a large free on-site car park.

In the academic year 2013/14 there were 8,608 enrolments in total, which comprised of 6612 FE (which is 76.8%), 601 HE (which is 6.98%) and 1,395 full cost and projects (which is 16.21%).

The College is dynamic and ambitious and aims to move towards ‘Outstanding’.  With our Principal at the helm and a new management team the College has made great strides forward in all areas.

In 2010 Ofsted rated Nescot as Outstanding for Leadership, Management, Capacity to Improve, Care & Support for Students, Tutorials, Enrichment, Safeguarding and Financial Management.

Full details of the reports can be downloaded from Ofsted

At Nescot we want to help the learner succeed in their ambitions.  Our students value our welcoming, friendly and caring atmosphere.  Our lively learning community helps to make the most of their learning experience at the College
Our range of courses attracts students from the local community, nationally and from overseas.  These include Further Education, Higher Education, professional, leisure, short, full and part-time courses.
We pride ourselves in being able to offer courses which meet the educational needs of our students, and in giving them the freedom to develop as an individual. The College offers progression routes at all levels and to our own Higher Education courses in conjunction with Kingston University, University of Greenwich and BTEC.
We are committed to ensuring that the students achieve their qualification and personal goals in their studies.  To help them succeed, we provide support for their learning in various ways, from careers advice, counselling, financial advice, and health to focussed learning support in class.

Nescot has 1500 learner PCs situated in PC classrooms and other areas around the college. The Learning Resource Centre alone has over a hundred PCs and laptops for group , individual and classroom study. The IT network reaches across the college with increasing wireless connectivity. There is a yearly rolling IT upgrade programme to further develop the IT Infrastructure to support teaching and learning.

Nescot is an employer which continually strives to progress with our equality and diversity objectives and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and enhanced DBS clearance.

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