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All 16-18 year-old students at City of Westminster College will follow a full-time Study Programme. Here Craig Hanlon-Smith, Deputy Director of 16-18 Programmes explains what that means.

The School of Business and Financial Services provides an environment where all things Business are taken very seriously with a bit of fun included. We provide the opportunity to study at levels 1-5 so wherever your previous expertise has taken you, we have a course to accommodate your current needs.

We encourage development of your employability skills at all times and expect you to relate all that you do to your future. As part of the course you will be offered a high quality work experience placement directly related to your career ambitions. Our teaching is of a high standard and involves a mixture of academic work with lots of practical application. You will take part on real life projects, from running the box office for the performing art shows to launching a new ready meal complete with taste test and packaging design. Our Higher National Diploma offers practical help with progression into employment with CV workshops and interview practice with real life employers.

Students are also taken on visits to relevant sites such as the Branding Museum and the Bank of England and we regularly invite speakers into lessons from businesses such as Google, Amazon and Standard & Poors, which our students always find interesting and inspirational. The vast majority of our level 3 students progress successfully to Higher Education where they do very well.

Please click the course links below for more information on Business Studies courses at City of Westminster College. Apply for any of these courses by clicking the APPLY button on the course page.


 F.E. Courses




 H.E. Courses

    Course Code Duration Start Date Suitable for
    BTEC HND Business15632 Years (Full Time) / 4 Years (Part time)September H.E. Students, International Students