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.Take a virtual tour of Harpurhey Campus
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 brand-new refectory that will serve 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.
Harpurhey Campus is home to many of our Centre of Excellence Programmes and Industry Excellence Academies.
Industry Excellence Academies at Harpurhey Campus
Centres Of Excellence at Harpurhey Campus
Additional Subject Areas
The following subject areas are also available to study at Harpurhey Campus:ESOL, English & Maths Our courses
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Transport for Greater Manchester
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.
Woodlands Road Metrolink station is just over a mile away from the campus and has a limited service, 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday. Abraham Moss station is slightly further away.
Unfortunately, there is no parking available at this campus.