City of Westminster College is Central London's Top College for Results. We're located in central London and we offer over 200 courses across a wide range of subjects. We're proud to be the first choice for students across Greater London.

We have courses for school leavers (16-18 year-olds) including A-levels and BTECs, courses for adults including short evening classes, NVQs, Apprenticeships and short courses for employers and employees as well as courses for the unemployed to help you get back to work. Over 8000 students choose to study with us every year - browse our courses below. If you can't find what you're looking for, get in touch.

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If you are 16-18 years old and you are offered a place at City of Westminster College, you will be enrolled onto a study programme. This will equip you with an essential mix of skills that will prepare you for employment or university.


If you aspire to an exciting career in science (biomedical science, pharmacy, medical science and radiography) you could be changing the world as we know it.  Look at the last few years and how science has helped society live in a new world.   

Our science courses ensure you gain the theory, skills and practical techniques for a successful career in science. The curriculum includes physics, chemistry, biology and maths, giving you the chance to progress into a wide range of science degrees and careers. 

Learn from tutors that combine biology, chemistry and physics and aim to get you to the highest standards possible so that you can progress into work or Higher Education. Courses at BTEC Levels 1-3 aimed at students moving from secondary to further education. For adult learners who may not have been in education for some time we offer daytime access into university, diplomas or GCSE biology in the evening. 

Do you know… 

The Science department is an affiliate member of the British Science Association and Royal Society of Chemistry and we are active supporters in the WorldSkills UK competition, which is part of ‘Find a Future’, which brings together the UK’s flagship skills and careers experiences. 

Earning potential 

The average salary for a Biomedical Scientist is £46,800 per year whilst doctors earn from about £45,000 to £100,000 upwards.

What’s next? 

Upon successful completion of your course you can enter full-time employment or (after completing the Level 3) progress into university to pursue a degree in the sciences. Career opportunities include industries such as food technology, pharmaceuticals, medical research, petrochemicals, health, environmental protection and plant science.

For more information on Science courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
Access to H.E. Diploma in Science Adults Access Course
BTEC Level 1 Diploma in Applied Science 16-18 (Full-time), Adults (Part-time) F.E. Courses
BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate in Applied Science 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science (Medical) 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
GCSE Biology Adults GCSE
GCSE Chemistry Adults GCSE