CONEL - Open Days & Virtual Q&A - Saturday 7 November 2020

You can even have an interview and receive an offer for your course, all on the same day

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London - CONEL


Study method
Online, self-paced
No formal qualification

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At The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London we have helped thousands of students to achieve their ambitions. Find out how you can join them and get the skills you need for your future, whether you’re planning to go to university or employment, at one of our open days! You can even have an interview and receive an offer for your course, all on the same day.



  • Meet our teachers
  • Find out more about our courses
  • Take part in activities and demonstrations
  • Find out about student life at CONEL
  • Get information about the support we offer
  • Find out about the best routes for your dream career
  • Apply and get an offer on a course while you wait


If you’re looking to study with us in September 2021, save the date for our next open days or take a look at our previous Q&A sessions on our YouTube channel – if you have any questions, please get in touch with us by using our live chat.

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