Here is can find an answer to most questions about Sir Simon Milton Westminster UTC.
This new University Technical College is based in central London next to Ebury Bridge behind Victoria Railway Station, close by Victoria Coach Station.
It opened in September 2017 in a new flagship building.
It is for students studying science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects with a focus on transport engineering and construction and the built environment.
Students benefit from close links with leading industry partners.
Technical qualifications can be studied alongside GCSEs and A Levels.
The University of Westminster is the lead educational sponsor, working closely with City of Westminster College, with support from the St Marylebone Academy Trust and St Marylebone Teaching School Alliance. All recognised for their high standards and innovative education.
‘Household name’ industry partners have helped design what students learn, so that it is up to date and relevant.
Each company provides a series of ‘Business Challenge Projects’ to provide real work-life examples of projects actually underway in London. For all students, these projects are aligned with their exam studies at KS4 and in the sixth form. This helps students to make links between theory and practice, as well as developing key work skills.
The UTC is accepting applications from pupils from across London and the south east.
Not at all. The UTC open up opportunities. After completing their UTC education, students will have the qualifications they need to go into university or higher education for degree or BTEC HND studies or to enter employment or start an apprenticeship. The enrichment programme enable students to gain a broad appreciation of the arts and politics.
Yes. Having completed their studies at the UTC, students will have three options:
College leavers wishing to enrol on a higher education course will be able to apply for scholarships provided by the Sir Simon Milton Foundation.
Students are expected to wear business dress: a blue or black suit with smart shoes appropriate for a business setting.
Absolutely. Students are expected to follow a behaviour code that ensures an atmosphere of scholarly endeavour appropriate to a business setting; with care, courtesy and consideration at the heart of everything they do.
Nothing is guaranteed, however our employer partners have committed, subject to satisfactory completion of their course of study, coupled with high attendance and effort, that students can expect to gain job interviews or places on assessment centres for appropriate opportunities. Furthermore employers work with the students during their time at the UTC to ensure they are well placed to take advantage for these opportunities.
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