John Taylor joined DLD College London as Director of Boarding in August 2017. Here he answers some of our boarding related questions and offers insight into life at DLD College London.
GCSE Art Students took a trip to the National Gallery this week, taking in famous works of art by the likes of Da Vinci, Van Gogh and Bronzino.
DLD College London Art students took a trip to the frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park. Viet Anh Nguyen gives us his impressions on the fair.
The theme this year at DLD College London is ‘Resilience’. Alumni student Sarah Dittrich returned to the college on Friday and gave an inspiring speech to our new students.
Clearing is for those who did not apply to any universities, have not received any offers, chosen to reject all their offers, or not attained the grades required for their offers. Here is a handy guide to getting through it in one piece!
Thursday 17th August is A-level Results Day. Don’t panic! Read DLD College London’s guide to this important day for some handy tips and hints. Good luck!
Last week, my A2 Biology class went along to Whipsnade Zoo to complete one of our compulsory practicals required to achieve our A level.
I recently had an amazing chance to visit Geneva on a Physics trip with DLD College London. Our main reason for traveling to Geneva was to visit CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
DLD College London A Level student Jacob is planning to climb Mont Blanc in France. Follow his progress and see how he does in this series of blog posts.
All these exhibitions have a connection to your own Art Coursework, whether it connects to your direct observation work, skills developments or artists’ connections. If you go to any of these exhibitions see if you can do some on-site drawings, write some descriptive comments, and acquire any hand-outs to bring in to your next art session. Have a good holiday break!
This major Retrospective of North American Artist O’Keeffe is a rare chance to see a wonderful selection of the work of a major female artist of the 20th century.
After a hectic end of year, Jacob took a much needed break. See what he got up to during the summer.
Jacob’s training to climb Mont Blanc is going extremely well. He’s definitely improved in both my strength and endurance. See how he got on this week at the Tough Mudder Challenge.
Fiyar is the title of the latest student magazine produced by BTEC Media Production students from DLD College London. Get issue 1 right here.
The final day. After the group solemnly dragged themselves down to breakfast, Alfie and Carla presented two boxes of shortbread to our guide Isabella and bus driver Peter.
After a fun, action packed day in the snowy mountains of Zakopane, and an early night, the group awoke this morning ready for a very different experience. Today, our packed itinerary included Auschwitz extermination camp, the Wieliczka salt mine and a farewell dinner.
After yesterday’s industry focus, today was very much about exploring rural business activity and indeed having fun in the ski resort of Zakopane. Zakopane roughly translate to ‘dug up’, as this community living on the mountain had been buried under the snow for centuries.
Find out how our Business Studies students fared on day 2 of their trip to Poland. Today they visited the FIAT manufacturing plant and the smallest candy shop in the world.
Jacob is an A-Level student at DLD College London and his plan is to climb Mont Blanc. Follow his progress through week 2 of his training in his new blog.
DLD Business Studies students have gone on a trip to Poland. Follow their progress each day as they explore this exciting and vibrant country.
Hi, my name is Jacob Nico-Katz; I’m 16 years old and currently studying A-levels at DLD College London. I would like to welcome you to what is going to be a 6 month journey to prepare myself both physically and mentally for a dream that I have always wanted to pursue, to ascend the 4800 meter wind swept peak off the highest mountain in the Alps, Mont Blanc.
On the 6th of January 2016 DLD A level Psychology students went on a trip to watch a live performance by Derren Brown.
These images record the current Art Foundation students temporarily installing some of their Project 1 Organic/Mechanic experimental coursework in the College Atrium.
Last month, 30 DLD students enrolled on the Money in Business course that was run by the ICAEW and Leeds University Business School. Imran Isa-Dutse shares his thoughts and experience on the course.
Art and Design teacher Johnathan Parkhouse installed the Inaugural Kinetic Hanging Sculpture in the Atrium this week at DLD College London.
Shafiq Fakir, Business and Economics teacher at DLD College London, gave our students an Economics lecture on ‘The Calculus of Emotion’ which introduced them to rationality, strategic behaviour and game theory. Here are his thoughts on the subject.
This month has been very busy in DLD’s Music Technology department. The ‘Ask the Professional’ series of workshops returned, aiming to create collaborations between our music technology students and industry professionals through workshop, masterclasses and talks.
In the following piece you will be told how practical learners can succeed on our BTEC courses at DLD College London.
The wait is nearly over, A Level Results Day is almost here. Don’t be nervous. Follow these handy tips and you’ll be ready and prepared for the big day.
In this blog post, the first in a new series profiling the best universities in the UK, we take a look at one of the oldest, and most prestigious universities in the world, the University of Oxford.
DLD College London is starting up a Debating Club to encourage our students to gain experience from learning the art of speaking before the public.
A Level Business Studies student Sitara Singh went to the Young Investment Banking Programme on 16 November. Here’s what he thought.
DLD College London hosted a Getting Into Medicine Conference for students interested in studying medicine at University.
What a glorious summer we’ve had. We hope you’ve had some much deserved time off, spending time catching up with friends and family, and we hope you’ve managed to push Thursday 21st August, firmly to the back of your mind for a while.
Another blog post which we received a lot of feedback and questions from was ” Want to be a Doctor?” way back in 2012. Once again, we have taken the most popular questions and put them in one all together in one place for you.
Another blog post that generated a lot of interest was “Want to be an Architect?” 2012. Find out what it is like to study Architecture at university here.
Since we published our Blog Post “Want to be a Lawyer?” back in 2012, a great deal of you have written in with some very good questions about the subject, and we thought it would be a good idea to address some of these further.
On Monday, 16th June, our Pre-sessional students headed north to Oxford and, once there, were captivated by the interesting sights and buildings they visited.
Here we go. It’s Exam Time. But there’s no need to panic, you’ve worked hard all year and done all of your revision, and with these handy exam tips at your disposal you are bound to succeed.
It’s the day every student dreads: Exam Day. It’s fine to be nervous. It’s not fine to panic and go to pieces. Follow these handy tips and you’ll be halfway there.
Are you preparing for your exams at the moment? A Levels or GCSEs round the corner? Don’t panic. Have a read of these handy exam tips to help give you the best chance of succeeding.
Choosing the right University is an important decision for any young person. Choosing the University most suited to you isn’t always the most straightforward decision. Other than league tables, there are numerous other factors to consider, when narrowing down where to spend the next chapter of your life. Luckily for you we have consolidated the most important points!
Last Sunday four A level students attended the Young Investment Bankers Programme at UCL. Kabeelan Rajamurthy gives us his review of the day.
LinkedIn announced that they are launching a new dedicated hub for A level students this week to meet increased demand from its fastest growing demographic.
Not sure what to do with your last few days off? Here are our top 5 things to do in London during half term this weekend.
The final of DLD’s Got Talent 2013 took place in the theatre on Thursday 17th October. DLD’s latest musical talents battled it out in a live concert in the theatre.
DLD student and budding filmmaker Julian Deane, enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to put one of the media industry’s most respected producers, Tony Garnett, on the spot at DLD College London.
Hate exams? Ever sat in class and thought ‘I wish we were doing something practical instead’? Maybe a BTEC Media Production course is your right choice.
It’s here! Thursday 22nd August 2013: GCSE Results Day. Nervous? That’s completely natural. Don’t panic. We’re here to help.
Do you want to study Classics at University? Do you need Greek or Latin A Levels? What about History? What sort of job can you get with a Classics degree?
Do you want to study Chemical Engineering at university? Do you need Chemistry and Maths A Level? And what about Physics or Further Maths? Answers here.
Do you want to study Geography at university? Do you need A Level Geography? Any other subject combinations that will be useful? Answers here.
Do you want to study Archaeology at University? Do you need A Level History? Where’s the best place to study? Need work experience? Answers here.
For thousands of students across the country and at DLD College London, August 15th is the biggest day of the year: A Level results day.
A Level clearing is essentially a way for universities to fill up any remaining spaces on their degree courses.
A-Level student Gabriele Watts, Student Council President and Valedictorian, gives us the inside scoop on the DLD College London Prom at the Lansdowne Club. Mayfair.
Dr. Aris Rogkotis’ speech to A-Level, BTEC and IFP students from DLD College London, the best6th form college in London at the annual Prom.
Do you want to study History at University? Do you need History A Level? And where is the best place to do your degree? DLD College has the answers.
Do you want to study Computer Science at University? Do you need A Levels in Maths, Physics and Computing?And where’s the best place to go? Answers here.
Want to study Dentistry at university? It is a medical course so you’ll need the best A Level grades. Get them at DLD, the best 6th form college in London.
Do you want to study International Relations at University? Do you need any specific A Levels? Should you do a joint degree with Politics? Answers here.
Do you want to study Veterinary Medicine at University? Do you need Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Physics A Levels? What’s the BMAT? Find out here.
Some of the A Level Maths students at DLD College London recently took part in the UK Senior Maths Challenge achieving Gold, Silver and Bronze Certificates.
Do you want to study Biology at University? Do you need to do Chemistry and Maths at A Level as well? And where is the best place to do your degree?
Do you want to study Physics at University? Do you need to do Physics and Maths A Level? And where is the best place to do your degree? DLD has the answers.
Do you want to study Chemistry at University? Do you need to do Chemistry at A Level? Are Maths and Physics also essential? DLD answers all your questions.
Do you want to study Sociology at University? Do you need to do Sociology at A Level? And where is the best place to do your degree? Answers here.
Do you want to study Pharmacy and Pharmacology at University? Do you need Chemistry at A Level? Where is the best place to do your degree? Answers here.
Do you want to study Politics at University? Do you need to do Politics at A Level? Where is the best place to do your degree? Find out the answers here.
It’s your final year of school. A Levels are just round the corner. Don’t worry, here are some handy final year preparation tips to make your life easier.
Do you want to study Civil Engineering at University? Do you need maths AND Physics A Level? Should you study Further Maths A Level as well? Answers here.
Do you want to study Mechanical Engineering at University? Do you need Further Maths A Level? Should you study any sciences at A Level? Answers here.
Do you want to study Art and Design at University? DLD College London offers the best A Levels, BTEC, Foundation and GCSE courses in London.
Do you want to study Maths at University? Do you need both Maths and Further Maths A Level? DLD College London has the courses and answers you need.
Do you want to study Sports Science at University? What A Levels will you need? And where is the best place to study? DLD College London has all the answers.
What A Levels do you need to go and study Psychology at University? Where should you go? And what can you expect? Find the answers to your questions here.
What A Levels do I need to study English at university, and where should I go? DLD College offers the best courses in London, let us help you.
What A Levels will I need to study Economics at University, and where should I go? DLD, the best private sixth form college in London, will help you.
What A Levels will I need to study Music at University? What university should I go to? Let DLD College, the best 6th form college in London, will help you decide.
Do you want to study Business Studies at University? What A levels will you need? DLD College London offers the best courses in London.
Do you want to study Architecture at university? Do you need A Level Maths and Physics? Get the results you need at DLD College London.
Do you want to be a Lawyer? Get the A Levels and GCSEs that you’ll need from DLD College London, the best private 6th form college in London.
Do you want to study Medicine to be a doctor? What A Levels will you need? Get what you need with DLD College London, the best 6th form college in London.
Finished your GCSEs? Wondering what A-Levels you should take? Let us help you decide. DLD College London offer a wide range of A-Level courses.
With our continued celebration of DLD”s 80th Anniversary year we held a Masquearde Prom at the exclusive Kensington Roof Gardens in Knightsbridge on June 6th 2012.
Maths is one of the most important subjects you can study. Study A-Level Maths and Further Maths at DLD College London, the best 6th form college in London.