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A brief about us

St. Georges College was found 2018 as an independent college of higher education.  The mission statement of the college states that it offers access to higher education to people from the widest possible range of backgrounds, enabling them to transform their lives and prosper through the acquisition of the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed in their chosen careers.

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To fulfil it mission, St. Georges College has adopted the following strategic aims:

To provide a varied selection of academic curricula

To provide the students with skills which contribute to success in their careers and in their private lives.

To enable students to become independent and to lead them to self discovery

To strive for and maintain excellence by systematically reviewing classroom, facilities, equipment, curricula and staff.

To make available to our students activities and experiences which foster personal growth and leadership qualities.


Originally the College offered its programs to only non-EU students. However, from February 2023 we will start offering its OTHM Level 3 programs to both UK and EU students. In future the College will enter into partnership with Universities to deliver Foundation Degree courses and bachelor’s degree top-up courses Tourism and Hospitality management and Business.


St. Georges College is situated in Crossharbour located in East London within a proximity of the financial hub of the UK Canary Wharf.


The governance framework at St. Georges College within which the college  operates is based upon its articles of association. These stipulates that the Board of Governance is the governing body of the college and is responsible for delineating its strategic direction.


The Board of Governance operates with in a framework approved by the Board of Directors of St. George’s College. The Board of Governance is the supreme Committee and is responsible for the oversight of the college. The BOG is the Governing body of St. George’s College. The aim of the Board of Governance is to set a strategic direction of the college, hiring senior executives (excluding the director) and has an oversight of the colleges’ key committees.


The Academic Board is the principal academic body of the college and is ultimately responsible for its local regulatory frameworks, policies and procedure, as well as for the management of academic standards and quality. The academic Board aims to meet the expectations of the college’s external Stakeholders, more especially in relation to the quality of the student experiences and the academic standard of the programs taught.


The Academic board is consist of 8 set of committees reporting to it:

The Academic Planning Committee, the Program Committee, the Course Committee, the Students Representatives Committee, the Quality Assurance and Enhancement, the Academic Assessment Panel, the Subject Standards Board and the Progression Board.


The Academic Planning Committee (APC) is responsible for the academic portfolio planning and development and for making recommendations to the Academic Board on approval and re-approval of partners, with due consideration being given to the enhancement of quality and standards. The

Academic Planning Committee reports to the Academic Board setting out proposals and recommendation for approval.


The Program Committee is form for each OTHM and HND Program the College delivers and comprises of the Program leader, relevant teaching staff, Student representatives and other who make a contribution toward the effective Operations of the programs delivered at the college. The Program Committee reports to the Academic Board and are responsible for managing the day -to-day academic and standards of the programs and for ensuring effective engagement with the students on the program related matters.


A course committee is formed for each validated course delivered at the college. Course committees are held to manage the operations of courses and give consideration to course evaluation by students. Course committees are an important element of the quality assurance and enhancement cycle and as part of their remit include review of the action arising from the previous year’s course 

and modules.


The students Representatives Committees provides a forum in which students can express their views on their learning experience at the college. It comprises of relevant teaching staff, student representatives and members who make a contribution towards the effective operation of the programs delivered at the College.


The quality Assurance and Enhancement Committee, is responsible for ensuring  that the college’s quality assurance systems meet the expectations of the UK Quality Code, awarding bodies, students, and internal and external stakeholders.


The Academic Assessment Panel is responsible for overseeing the assessment decisions and awards including the consideration of requirements for re-sits and compensation.


The Progression Board is held prior to the commencement of the teaching for the year two. The aim of the Progression Board is to review the students’ academic performance to make progression decisions from year one to year two.


The Principal’s Executives Group advises the Principal on strategic decision relating to the academic conduct and well-being of the college. Of itself it has no academic authority.


The Principal, who chairs the Academic Board, has the overall responsibility for the academic operations of the provision. He reports both to the Board of Governance of the College and to the board of Directors of the parent company.


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Tel: +44 20 7537 1942

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