If you’re thinking about studying at Highbury, check out this section for all the information you need to help you make the most of College life.
Highbury provides excellent student support services that offer advice and guidance to help you achieve your aims. Highbury's many services include financial guidance, counselling, travel advice and support for students with learning difficulties or disabilities. So whatever assistance you need, come and talk to us.
Being a student is not just about getting a qualification – it’s also about having fun, making friends, and experiencing new things. The Students’ Union has an array of clubs, societies, and sports teams for you to join, and organises social activities and entertainment throughout the year.
Whether you are looking for course information, careers advice, financial assistance or wish to speak to a counsellor, Support Services can help. Highbury's trained and experienced staff specialise in the following services:
If you are experiencing problems whilst at College, or are in need of impartial and confidential advice, speak to a member of the Student Welfare Team. Please contact us on (023) 9238 3131 or email@example.com
Highbury College welcomes the Discrimination and Disability Act as amended by the Special Education Needs and Disability Act 2001, and will make all reasonable adjustments to all aspects of the College to avoid substantial disadvantage to any disabled student or other disabled people.
The college wishes to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the DDA. If you are a disabled person, please ensure that we know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.