Marketing courses in London Bridge are held as part-time evening sessions and blended weekend sessions in our London Bridge venue: Henriette Raphael House, Guy’s Campus, King’s College, London, SE1 1UL.
Evening classes are normally held on Wednesday between 6-9pm but occasionally it may be necessary to attend on other evenings. Intensive weekends and Revision and workshop days are also usually held at Imperial College. This is easy to get to for both those living and / or working in the central London areas and those coming from the west of London. Kensington is very well served by bus routes and South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Sloane Square tube stations are within easy walking distance.
London students are also eligible for a 30% discount on TFL while they study with Oxford College of Marketing. This is worth up to £1,200.
If you are unable to attend a session in London due to other commitments, you are most welcome to join another convenient venue so you can cover the material with a tutor.
As part of our admissions process we invite prospective students to meet our Centre Managers on a one to one basis. This gives us time to get to know and understand your training needs, and to make sure you are on the right level course.
Our London Bridge Centre Manager David Charlton has worked in the Admissions Department for the College since 2012. David also manages our Croydon and Brighton Centre.
If your nearest centre is our London Bridge centre and you are thinking about distance learning, you are welcome to attend an open evening to discuss the courses in more detail.
London Bridge Open Evenings
Virtual Open Evenings
Due to the current situation in the UK, all open-evenings will be carried out virtually until further notice.
If you would like to arrange a virtual meeting with one of our centre managers, please get in touch today. We will be able to schedule a meeting at a time of your convenience.
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If none of these dates are suitable we will arrange a telephone interview instead.