The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London celebrated National Science and Engineering Week by launching a host of new courses, including a HNC in applied chemistry.
The new HNC will run alongside HNCs and BTec level threes in engineering. The three courses will give students the opportunity to progress from level two and three courses while staying at the college.
Vice principal of curriculum and learning environment Jane O’Neill said: “Year-on-year we see more students who want to study in this area, so it’s a natural progression that we expand and give students what they need to succeed in the industry.”
The college also plans to introduce HNDs next year, so students can stay even longer.
The engineering BTec level three has been introduced to prepare students for higher education and to allow them to progress on to the college’s HNC in engineering.