Stanmore College excels at science and engineering -- students enjoy a unique learning experience in our recently refurbished laboratories which hold industry standard equipment.

Stanmore College has an excellent reputation for progression to higher education with success up to 20% higher than the London average for colleges.

Forensic and Criminal Investigation

Scientists and engineers are vital to our economy and society as they make breakthroughs that can change the lives of millions. The science sector covers laboratory research and development, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, nuclear, oil and gas, chemicals, petroleum, scientific communication and the science underpinning the engineering development of other sectors.

Potential careers in this area: Forensic scientist, Clinical biochemists, Optical technicians, Pharmacists, Research scientists, Crime scene officer, Scientific laboratory technicians and school teachers.

There are 5.8 million people working in science based occupations, which equates to a fifth of the UK workforce. Graduates or postgraduates make up almost 60% of the core and related science workforce. 

If you want to enter a career in forensic science view our Forensic +Criminal Investigation course.


T-Level Science

This is a new course equivalent to 3 A-Levels. T-levels are developed in collaboration with employers and businesses so that the content meets the needs of the industry and prepares you for work, further training or study.

As part of the course, you will complete a significant work placement as well as face to face teaching at college allowing you to learn and gain work experience at the same time.

Our Science T-Level allows you to progress to university or a Level 4 Apprenticeship.



Engineers apply the principles of science and maths to create solutions to technical problems. An engineer makes products and applications that meet the needs of consumers and society. Industries include construction, technology, medicine, food, music and much more.

Learn about electronics, electrical circuits, mechanical principles and mathematics for engineers on our engineering courses.

Potential careers in this area: Electrition, AutoCad designer, Mechanical engineer, Energy managers, Technician, Maintenance Engineer, Service engineer and more. 

With an engineering qualification, you're always in demand in the UK and even worldwide. 


We've put some small files called cookies on your device to make our site work.

We'd also like to use analytics cookies. These send information about how our site is used to a service called Google Analytics, and we also perform our own in-house tracking. We use this information to improve our site, and it does not personally identify you.

Let us know if this is OK. We'll use a cookie to save your choice. You can read more about our cookies before you choose.

I'm OK with analytics cookies Do not set analytics cookies