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Hackney Community College
Shoreditch Campus,Falkirk Street,Hoxton,London N1 6HQ,UKN1 6HQ
- +44 20 7613 9123
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Personally my experience with this college is not great, I'm totally not impressed... NEVER again will i study here.... I find that their very Un-organised and have poor communication skills but Hey every department is different so please don't let my options deter you.
Also the layout of this college is not great!
I shall be returning back to South London education.more
The courses are good and they're reasonably priced, but if you value your sanity make sure you manage to enrol by telephone - you can usually do this for months before the start of a course, with a cut off about a month before actual enrolment starts.
That's very painless but if you end up there during the actual enrolment week, when they mix up all of the fulltime and parttime students -...more
I did a part time course here once which was every Tuesday evening for 6 weeks.
The course begun with an introduction to the building and with us filling out a questioner as to the reasons we did the course and what we hoped to gain etc.
I felt the course was really slow moving and unorganized and as soon as I felt we were getting places someone in the class would slow us down.
I guess it's...more
I have never been a fan of the gym as I always feel uncomfortable with all the body beautiful and muscle builders parading around! However Space is a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere where people are there for themselves.
Space at Hackney College is a brilliant sports hall with two indoor courts for sports such as basketball and badminton, two separate studios for aerobics and yoga and a gym...more
Dazzlingly vast new building, but pretty pointless seeing as you cannot smoke in the interior but open air courtyards. Students gather outside the main entrance to smoke. What it does offer is a huge range of courses, a place on one of which must be fought for on Enrolment Day after reams of bureaucratic tape have tied you in knots and tutors have sent you from one desk to another with sarky...more