Westminster Kingsway College is a further education college in central London with Centres in King's Cross (Camden) and Victoria (Westminster). The College has about 14,000 students across all age ranges and provides further, adult and higher education programmes including full-time and part-time vocational, professional and academic courses at different levels. 75% of students are over the age of 21 and there are over 60 nationalities and 54 different languages spoken. Students are predominantly from London with an international department that has students from overseas including those who attend study visits, exchanges and internships from partner colleges from other countries.
Westminster Kingsway College was founded in September 2000 following the merger of Westminster and Kingsway Colleges. The College operates on several main Centres across London including a Centre in King’s Cross, which opened in 2009, and a listed building in Victoria. The College’s Victoria Centre, where the School of Hospitality first opened its doors to learners in 1910, celebrated its centenary in 2010. Based in Vincent Square, the Victoria Centre houses the College's own restaurant The Vincent Rooms, which provides cuisine prepared and served by second and third Professional Chef students.
The College provides community education, with a programme of neighbourhood... Read More