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Above national average
Our computing students achieve - with all of our pass rates well above national average. 93% of last year's level 3 students passed successfully with 79% going on to university.
“Based right by Tech City, there’s nowhere more exciting to study a computing course than Hackney Community College!
The lessons are hands-on – giving you plenty of practical experience to complement the theory you learn.
As well as learning about programming – you also get to build computers, network computer systems and look at things like hacking, security and viruses! It really is a very cool subject to get into.
The courses at the college run from level 1 through to level 5 – so you can start right at the beginning and work your way up to degree level.
The teachers have lots of years of experience which they share with you. They’re enthusiastic, supportive and really motivate you to succeed. Plus, they often have guest speakers in from the industry who tell us about latest trends and job opportunities.
Maybe this is why the College’s computing courses have such excellent success rates – well above national average. Around 80% of level 3 students go on to university when they finish studying here with many going on to get great jobs.
So come and check us out and find out how you can get an exciting career in the computing industry!”
Ali Aktar came from Bangladesh aged 15. He studied at the college, where he quickly learnt English and advanced computer programming skills and achieved excellent results.
He won the Academic Achievement award at the college’s Annual Awards Ceremony and went on to study at City University.