Before you actually leave school you should consider all the options open to you. Your first port of call could be the Young Person's Gateway Web site for those of you who have just turned 16.
Student SupportApply via City of Westminster for Student Support including a Maintenance Loan, Maintenance Grant, Tuition Fee Loan and Supplementary Grants. Don't forget, you must live in the Borough. For more information go to the Student Support section.
Is your son or daughter interested in studying Engineering of Construction?
Modern Apprenticeships are for young people mainly, aged 16 to 18, with the ability to gain skills and qualifications by working and studying. Further details can be found on the Young Person's Gateway from the Department of Education and Skills.
Are you aged between 16 and 24 years old?
Do you want to work in the Construction Industry?
Do you live within Westminster?
Do you want to earn a salary and train for a qualification?
Modern Apprenticeships co-ordinated by CityWest Homes are available now. Please see the CityWest Homes Web site for more information.
The official website of the Association of Colleges - London is a web guide to further and adult education colleges and courses in London. From this site you can access information on 1000s of courses in the London Region. Select a college or course and you can go directly to the college's website.
If you are interested in attending a colleges in Westminster please click on the links below for further details:
- Westminster University
- Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
- List of Institutions
- List of Courses
Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES) offers you the choice of over 1100 part-time day and evening courses across a variety of subjects like Media Studies, Business & Computing, Creative Arts, Leisure & Fitness, Modern Languages, English & Maths and Childcare & Counselling.
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