Harlow College is delighted to be leading this new College, in partnership with London Stansted Airport (MAG).
We thought you’d like to know a bit about us. Our Head of College, Wendy Martin, is supported by Principal and Chief Executive, Karen Spencer, and Vice-Principal, Will Allanson.
We are graded Good by Ofsted and have won awards for our innovative approach to learning. Our students get great results, for example, 80% of A Level grades achieved were A*-C, the average grade our vocational students achieve is DDD (triple distinction).
We take your learning seriously and pride ourselves on equipping you with the skills you need to prepare you for the workplace, an Apprenticeship or for further study at college or university.
We have a purpose-built facility and state-of-the-art resources, so that our students are used to working in a professional environment.
Our teaching staff have industry expertise and our excellent employer links and work placements give our students the first rung on the career ladder – you can see some of the fantastic opportunities in the case studies provided in our Guide. Our staff and students are here to help you make the right choice for your future. Please make sure you ask all the questions you need to make an informed choice and nd out if this is the right place for you – we do hope it is!
London Stansted Airport is one of the UK’s fastest growing airports serving over 25 million passengers a year, flying to more than 190 destinations in 40 countries.
The Airport is the biggest single-site employer in the East of England, providing over 12,000 jobs across 200 companies and contributing £1billion annually to the UK economy. Since 2013 passenger numbers have grown by over 40% helping to create 1,500 new jobs.
The Airport wants to make full use of the runway in the most sustainable and responsible way, maximising the benefits for everyone. As part of the long term plan the Airport is investing in improving the passenger experience and building for the future, having recently secured planning permission for a new £130million Arrivals Building.