Our Campuses and Location
Mont Rose College is an attractive place to study, not only thank to the high quality teaching, but also its location in Ilford, a leafy suburb of London.
All the three campuses are situated within a short walking distance from the nearest train / underground stations, and are also well-connected to the surrounding London boroughs by many bus routes.
How to get there
Each campus can be easily reached by the Tube, TFL Rail or buses.
Central line, which connects East and West London, stops in Gants Hill, just 2 minutes’ walk from the College main campus and is the quickest route to and from Central London and its attractions.
The TFL train line runs every 8 minutes between Shenfield and Liverpool Street, stopping in Ilford. It takes as little as 20 minutes to reach Central London.
Mont Rose College is well connected with the surrounding London boroughs by many bus routes that pass through Ilford and Gants Hill, and the relevant bus stops are close to the College buildings. The services of 167,128,366,150,145,179,396, 123 and 366 offer a quick connection between the campuses.
Mont Rose House Campus
The College main campus, located just 2 minutes away from Gants Hill station has been in use since January 2018. This modern seven-storey building, where most of the teaching takes place, accommodates the College’s main offices, including the Principal’s and Academic staff’s headquarters.
Students benefit from a very well stocked library, two well-equipped computer labs, a large indoor and outdoor canteen and a game room with table tennis, pool table as well as some gym equipment – all free to use.
Situated in Ilford, less than ten minutes’ walk from the station it is the Mont Rose oldest campus. Opened in 2014 it is now the home of the MRC Health and Social Care department. Its well equipped, newly decorated facilities include a library, medical lab and a computer room, as well as a cosy canteen with outdoor seating spaces. The building benefits from the location, just opposite the Valentine’s Park, where students can enjoy some peace and quiet after a long day of studies.
Named after one of the greatest leaders in British politics, this four-storey building has just been refurbished and turned into the College’s main Functions campus. Its large halls, together with vast outdoor space, can accommodate any event, whether it is a graduation ceremony, employability workshop or Christmas party.