Search for a course that's right for you

Find my Course


Build your own prospectus for information you want

Prospectus Builder


  • Graduation
  • higher education studying in London
  • higher education lecture theatre
  • higher education in south london

Clearing 2020

Clearing is now open for entry in September 2020.

Clearing is a great way to secure a place on a course of your choice, especially if you’re applying later, have missed your grade requirements elsewhere or if you have changed your mind on where you’d like to study and would rather stay local than go further afield. We’re the affordable alternative to university. Our courses are competitively priced compared to universities to help you minimise student debt. We have ample courses available so get in touch with our team and start your journey with South Thames College today.

Enter your details in our enquiry form (opens externally), and a member of staff will contact you as soon as possible.

You may be interested to know that our sister colleges also offer undergraduate courses in a variety of subjects.

Check out the undergraduate pages on each college website for details of courses on offer:

Alternatively, please call Admissions at each college for further information on specific courses, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

HNC, HND and Degree courses

HE-graphic-design adam-streek

“I’d previously studied a foundation degree in construction and the built environment and thought graphics would be a good subject to study towards a career in Architecture. I like the HNC because I can keep topping up my qualifications. After this I will study the HND and then a BA. Doing it this way is much cheaper than studying for a degree at University and will save about £5,000. Topping up to a degree qualification here is better as I can stay at home and get the bus to College. I also don’t have to pay costs associated with living away from home.”

Adam Streek, HNC Graphic Design

Latest News