Category: Press Release

Coronavirus: information and guidance to protect the College students and community

COVID -19 RISK ASSESSMENTCOVID -19 RISK ASSESSMENT CommunelCOMPLAINT POLICY COVID -19 ADDENDUMFAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS COVID-19 guidance for current students The Government published their ‘roadmap’ to relax the restrictions related to Covid-19 on 22 February 2021.  According to Michelle Donelan, the Minister for Universities, from 8 March, institutions can invite students on campus who are enrolled in practical and creative courses. At Mont Rose College, due to health and safety reasons and for the best interest of the MRC community, the teaching arrangements will not change, and teaching will continue online till the end of the May semester. But ... Read more

MRC’s Grand Visit at the Houses of Parliament

What is a better way to learn history and discover how one of the oldest Parliaments in the world actually works, than visiting the place and seeing it with your own eyes? On the 7th May 2019, some of our best students were invited to an exclusive trip to the Houses of Parliament in recognition to their high academic achievements and contribution towards the college’s continuous improvement. Courtesy of Team Mont Rose College, and our local MP, Mr Gapes, they had a chance to immerse deep into the past and present of one of the world’s greatest democracies, discover how ... Read more

Success at Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences

Mont Rose College (MRC) is celebrating its latest significant success with a positive outcome to its recent Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) monitoring visit, which looked in detail at all of MRC’s higher education provision. After an intensive inspection in October 2018, of the College, the QAA’s visiting team found that Mont Rose is making commendable progress, continuing to monitor, review and enhance its higher education provision. The College’s good practice has been maintained and extended, with a range of external reference points to support and enhance academic standards and teaching quality being firmly in place. The team commented especially on ... Read more

Ilford Recorder – Mont Rose College celebrate their graduation

Students celebrating their graduation at the Mont Rose College Graduation ceremony. The ceremony took place in the heart of London at Southbank Centre and awarded the students from Mont Rose College, in Cranbrook Road, that had completed level five courses in subjects including business marketing and hospitality management. Read more.

llford Recorder - Mont Rose College rewards entrepreneurs

An Ilford college welcomed successful entrepreneurs to judge a Dragon’s Den-style competition held for its students. Mont Rose College, in Cranbrook Road, held their Angels Dream Big competition, on July 12th. Ilford Recorder – “Mont Rose college are giving out prizes for a Dragon’s Den-Style competition they are running”.  Read more.

Mont Rose College Graduation Ceremony Press Release

The Fourth Graduation Ceremony of Mont Rose College took place at the prestigious Southbank Centre in the heart of London on Friday, 29th June 2018 to celebrate the accomplishments of more than 175 students who won the right to graduate after completing courses at level 5 in subjects such as Business Marketing, Hospitality Management and Education and Training. It was a proud moment to watch students on stage in their ceremonial caps and gowns in front of their family members and distinguished guests. The event was presided over by Sir Kenneth Olisa, the Lord Lieutenant of Greater London. The other ... Read more

Teaching Excellence Framework

Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences has gained the TEF Silver Award. The award is valid for one year. Mont Rose College is an Independent Higher Education Provider, providing the highest quality education and an excellent student experience for the last twelve years. As an educational institution, we do everything that is in our power to motivate, encourage and shape people’s lives for the better. Over the years we have worked with so many people and helped them to achieve what they believed was not achievable and succeed beyond their expectations! We see students blossom on their journey with ... Read more

Review from Quality Assurance Agency (QAA)

Commended assessment by Mont Rose College Mont Rose College of Management and Science is celebrating a positive review from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). In 2016/17 just six percent of providers received a Commended judgement under the QAA’s Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers). The QAA team praised Mont Rose College of Management and Science for a variety of areas of good practices that have seen the College improve the opportunities for learning it provides for students and staff. The report noted areas including its support for staff development and engagement, encouraging employability skills among students, and providing ... Read more

Mont Rose College opens new campus in Ilford

Bucks New University Vice-Chancellor cuts the ribbon on a new campus at Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences The Vice-Chancellor of Buckinghamshire New University has cut the ribbon to mark the opening of a new campus on the site of its partner organisation, Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences in Cranbrook Road, Gants Hill, Ilford. Professor Rebecca Bunting joined dignitaries including Redbridge Mayor, Councillor Gurdial Bhamra, for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Churchill House at the College’s North Campus, following a six-month renovation. The new campus is in addition to Shakespeare House in South Campus at the ... Read more

Shakespeare’s 400th Birthday

Mont Rose College has organised an event to celebrate William Shakespeare’s 400th birthday. This gave the college and its students a chance to express their appreciation for Shakespeare’s work. Shakespeare was the greatest writer in the world and in the English Language. This year marks his 400th Birthday, therefore it was a great opportunity for Mont Rose College to organise an event in his honour and the remembrance of his great work. The college also placed at Shakespeare’s monument in front of its building. Both students and tutors wearing gowns attended the event. Students had been given the chance and ... Read more