Harpurhey Campus

Harpurhey Campus

Harpurhey Campus is a friendly, vibrant campus offering courses for school leavers.

Harpurhey Baths is a Grade II listed building and part of our campus that we have transformed into an award-winning exhibition space for students and the community.

In 2021, we made a number of upgrades to our Harpurhey campus including the installation of a new refectory, ran by our students, new facilities for Hospitality and Catering and measures to improve our sustainability and reduce our carbon footprint.

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At our Harpurhey campus you will find a wide range of facilities aimed at providing you with the perfect environment to become the next generation of industry excellence including:

  • Two state of the art kitchens equipped with induction hobs and a bakery area
  • A fully equipped hair and beauty salon
  • A mock plane cabin which resembles a real life aircraft for Travel and Tourism students

There is also a range of recently refurbished facilities that will ensure you have a great college experience including a refectory that serves hot and cold options and a refurbished open plan Library that also offers access to IT facilities. There is plenty of space to socialise and a large garden.

Subject Areas

Harpurhey Campus is home to many of our Centre of Excellence Programmes and Industry Excellence Academies.

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Harpurhey Campus
Rochdale Road
M9 4AF

Monday: 8.30am – 6.30pm

Tuesday: 8.30am – 6.00pm

Wednesday: 8.30am - 6.30pm

Thursday: 8.30am – 5.00pm

Friday: 8.30am – 4.00pm

Harpurhey is located three miles north east of Manchester City Centre, and features a bustling market and shopping district as the focal point of the community which acts as a non-stop shop for all your essentials.

Queen's Park, was one of Britains first municipal parks created in 1846, is a short walk away from campus. The park was originally arranged around Hendham Hall, home of the Houghton family however this was demolished in 1884. Today the park has a children's play area, rose gardens and hosts a variety of community events.

Did you know?
Anthony Burgess, who wrote A Clockwork Orange was born in Harpurhey.

Bus routes to Harpurhey Campus include:
52, 81, 112, 17, 64, 113, 131, 163, 88, 89, 118, 188, 77, 53, 115, 116, 151, 164.

Queens Road Metrolink station is just over a mile away from the campus, Abraham Moss station is slightly further away.

Unfortunately, there is no parking available at this campus.