MPW has three colleges strategically located in London, Birmingham and Cambridge within close proximity of prestigious university campuses. Each college has its own character offering a different kind of student experience. All the colleges combine state-of-the-art facilities with a friendly study environment.
We know how crucial the certainty of studying in a safe and secure environment is to students’ academic success where education can come first. All three colleges are located in safe and well-connected neighbourhoods. Excellent transport links are an important feature of our locations. Local amenities and attractions are all within easy reach.
MPW London is located centrally in South Kensington, one of the world’s most important cultural centres. Home to three of London’s largest and finest museums (the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum), as well as its oldest concert hall (the Royal Albert Hall), students have plenty of opportunities to absorb the historical and cultural energy whilst studying at MPW London. The college is also a stone’s throw away from the Hyde Park which is often host to concerts, fun fairs and events. Students can also find well-respected institutions and universities including Imperial College London within walking distance, making it an ideal location to be a student.
Birmingham’s five universities and two university colleges make it the largest centre of higher education in the country outside London. The city has a diverse and multi-ethnic culture with stunning architecture and major cultural attractions including the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Birmingham Repertory Theatre all within walking distance. They offer world-famous performances all year round providing students with considerable cultural exposure to help enrich their time at MPW. Our Birmingham college is located in Edgbaston with its reputation for being one of the most upmarket and affluent parts of the city. However, the city centre and its amenities, from supermarkets to bookshops, are all within a few minutes’ walk. Students get to enjoy Birmingham’s rich cultural and social life on their doorstep.
Cambridge is a beautiful and historic university town about 50 minutes north of London by train. As the home to the University of Cambridge and many other prestigious universities, Cambridge is an ideal hub to stimulate learning and encourage student interaction. Our Cambridge college is fortunate enough to be situated within walking distance from the town centre so students can enjoy a quiet study environment whilst having access to the many cultural and historic attractions the city has to offer. Cambridge hosts many world-renowned museums and galleries as well as having many green open spaces and a huge range of sporting activities. As a result, there’s plenty going on, much of it aimed directly at students.