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Art & Design Virtual Exhibition | Posted on 08/06/2021


Last week on Thursday, we've held our 4th Online Exhibition. The online show holds a selection of work by 1st and 2nd year graphic design students at David Game Higher Education (DGHE) in their exhibitions snap and no signal.

From painting and animation to photography and digital manipulation, the works are inspired by Walter Benjamin's essay the work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction (1935), exploring how art & design has responded to technology in the ages of mechanical, now digital reproduction.

You are welcome to visit the exhibition and explore the fantastic work of our talented students. To visit the exhibition, please click here: https://www.opensourcelab.online/



Matrix Standard | Posted on 20/05/2021

Congratulations to our staff and management for achieving once again the Matrix Standard. The Matrix Standard is the Department for Education’s (DfE) standard for ensuring the delivery of high-quality information, advice and guidance (IAG). It is an independent assessment and international quality standard for organisations like DGHE that demonstrates that we offer high-quality IAG services. We are very proud to qualify for the Matrix Standard and we would like to thank everyone involved for the hard work and dedication.




EU Settlement Scheme Deadline | Posted on 12/05/2021

DGHE would like to remind its European students who are EU, EEA or Swiss nationals, that the deadline for applying to the EU Settlement Scheme is 30 June 2021. Protect your status!

If you haven't already done so, you should make your application as soon as possible.

This applies to any EU, EEA or Swiss nationals who have been living in the UK before 11pm on 31 December 2020.

You do not need to apply if you are an Irish citizen or if you have indefinite leave to remain or enter, but you can if you want to.

The EU Settlement Scheme is a UK Government scheme which will grant a UK immigration status of either settled or pre-settled status. You will need to obtain this status in order to continue to live in the UK beyond 30 June 2021.

Even if you have a permanent residence card, you will still need to apply for the scheme to gain status under UK law. The scheme is free to apply.

Please click here for information about the EU Settlement Scheme including how to apply.



New EAP & Study Skills tutor | Posted on 07/05/2021

We are delighted to welcome Cem Kaya to the DGHE faculty team. Cem is our new EAP and Study Skills tutor who will support our students in many ways.

He has been teaching English since 2010, mainly focusing on English for Academic Purposes. As for continuous professional development, he is currently doing his DELTA (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and is aiming at becoming an Associate Fellow with the BALEAP TEAP Fellowship Scheme. 

Please join me in welcoming Cem to our college and wishing him every success in his new role.


DGHE Online Induction-5th May 2021 | Posted on 06/05/2021

DGHE is proud to host its second online induction for new students as they began their academic careers with us. The induction took place on 5th May 2021.

The goal of induction, which is officially the first week at DGHE, was to assist our new students in settling in before they began their studies with us. The aim of the induction was to give our students a better understanding of the college, their classes, and what to expect as a DGHE student.




DGHE Launches New Business  Programmes  | Posted on 19/04/2021

DGHE is excited to announce the launch of brand new programmes BA (Hons) in Business Management & BA (Hons) in Business Management with Foundation Year in October 2021. The programmes will be launched in collaborative agreement with Buckinghamshire New University.
Employers want graduates who are not only academically trained, but also work-ready with management and leadership skills. In a world of instability, complexity, transition, and ambiguity, gain a clear understanding of the essence of business management through studying at DGHE.
You can find more about the new Business Management courses by visiting the link on our page.


Advice & Wellbeing Services Logo Competition | Posted on 01/04/2021

Our School of Art & Design is inviting its students to a challenge. A talented student is required to design the logo and brand for our Advice and Wellbeing Services. The winner will be rewarded with an award!

The specifics of the competition have been emailed to all Art & Design students, and the deadline for submissions is April 26th. For more information please contact us at marketing@dghe.ac.uk or if you have any questions.




New Careers and Employability Advisor at DGHE | posted on 26/01/2021

We are delighted to introduce you to the new Careers and Employability Advisor Roger Martin. Roger has been working in advice and guidance within the university sector since 2001. Before that, he worked for a careers service in East London in schools and local colleges. He is fully qualified and is a Registered Careers Development Professional (RCDP) member of the Careers Development Institute. He is also a member of the Institute of Counselling.
Roger will be available Tuesdays and Wednesdays during term-time. He will support students by offering one to one video appointments as well as ongoing email support when required. Face to face drop-in sessions and appointments will be available once the college has reopened.
Career ideas, career progression, CVs, covering letters, application forms are just some of the things you can discuss with him. Roger will be also involved with our termly employer events as well as working to deliver sector-specific events to suit you, your studies, and career aspirations.

DGHE induction week-18th-19th January 2021 | Posted on 21/01/2021

DGHE is proud to host its first online induction for new students to welcome them on starting their academic journey with us. The induction was held on the 18th and 19th of January 2021.
As the induction week is officially the first week at DGHE it was aimed to help our new students to settle in before they set out on their course with us. The purpose of the induction was to enable our students to find out more about the college, their courses, and what can be expected as a student at DGHE.



Virtual Open day-January 2021 | Posted on 16/01/2021

DGHE is organizing its first virtual open day of the year on 20th January 2021 at 5:00 pm. This open day will be for the students interested in BA (Hons) Business & Marketing. The students can register for the event either on our website or on Eventbrite.
During the virtual event, the students will able to ask lecturers about our courses and career progression opportunities, and current students about their study experiences. They will also get advice on student finance and admissions queries.



DGHE IT Support | Posted on 12/01/2021

DGHE has a dedicated IT support team available now at ITsupport@dghe.ac.uk
The support team is expanded to improve efficiency and resolve any technical issues.
This may range from having difficulty logging into your emails, connecting to student platforms or VLE, downloading approved software and services like Microsoft 365, Zoom, MS Teams or account, and password management, etc.




DGHE Coronavirus update | Posted on 06/01/2021

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On 4th January 2021, the Government announced an extension of the measures related to Covid-19 in England. DGHE has support available for those who need it.
An email was sent to all the students and its staff related to the new restrictions. An update on how the DGHE community will be impacted due to these changes was made on its website too.




EU Settlement Scheme Updates | Posted on 05/01/2021

At the end of 2020 and while approaching the end of the Brexit transition period, we reassured our students with support through this transition period. We encouraged our students to look at, and make an application for the Pre-settled or Settled Status and highly recommended applying before 31st December 2020.
This grants an applicant with either EU Settlement Scheme status and enables them to retain several options as an EEA or Swiss national in the UK. Family members of EEA and Swiss nationals are also eligible to apply. Obtaining a Settled or Pre-settled status means they will continue to access student loans as a home student. If you require further information, please contact student services and we can arrange a suitable time to help with your queries.

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Wellbeing Challenge | Posted on 15/12/2020 

In December 2020 our Head of Student Experience & Wellbeing Ms. Fiona Nouri organised a walking challenge. The objective was to raise money for charities and donate. The staff members and students were invited to join the ‘Walking for Wellbeing’ Challenge via the WorldWalking App https://worldwalking.org/about
It's free, super simple, and allows us to log your daily steps - even if it’s just to the fridge and back. It's a competition: whichever team representing the 3 Schools at DGHE walks the most steps each term, David Game will donate £200 each term to one of the three charities: MIND, The Trussell Trust, or CRUSE. The winning team gets to choose the charity we donate to that term. The Dates for checking the most steps each term will be: January 15, 2021, April 30, 2021, and July 15, 2021.

Open Source Lab- HND Graphic Design Research Project | Posted on 06/12/2020

DGHE went live on Thursday, 5th Dec 2020 at 7:00 pm as a part of the 2nd year HND Graphic Design research project.  The project revolved around Walter Benjamin’s seminal essay The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (1935). The essay investigated the rise of mass (mechanically reproduced) media and its seismic effect on art, design, and society as a whole. Long-held ideas of the work of art, its aura. Authenticity, authorship, and the place of the craft were being questioned and displaced by a rapidly evolving “science” of design and image-making.
Here now Benjamin’s essay was reimagined of the age of digital reproduction. What effect has digital reproduction had on art, design, and society itself? The collaborative projects framed open-ended research questions investigating unreliable images, fake news, copies, digital art, auras, authenticity, and digital craft. The function here was research + proposition, not an exhibition. This was OPEN SOURCE LAB.

Our first Online Graduation | Posted on 21/11/2020

DGHE organised its first online graduation ceremony on November 20th, 2020. Over 100 graduates attended, making up about 2/3 of the graduating class from all four programmes. It was a lively affair, with David Game’s own piano teacher Horacio performing live, and the event was MC’d by our Head of Student Experience & Wellbeing, Fiona Nouri. The ceremony featured special remarks from various members of the school’s administration and student body. 
Students received awards for their exceptional performance and the event concluded with breakout rooms where our graduates and staff had fun catching up with each other and celebrating achievements from what had been a difficult year.

Virtual Careers Week from 10-17 November 2020 | Posted on:29/10/2020

We are so thrilled about our first virtual event of the academic year, 2020-2021! This term, our virtual careers events are exclusively planned for our Healthcare and Art & Design students. Our Careers and Employability Advisor Angela Kinloch has organised various careers workshops to help you enhance your employability skills and give you that competitive edge.

Guest speakers will share their experience, knowledge and useful tips. This is an exciting opportunity to learn more about different sectors and expand your network opportunities. Whether you know which employment sector is for you or you are looking to explore new areas, this is an opportunity not to be missed! To find out more about the event please contact our Careers and Employability Advisor Angela Kinloch at a.kinloch@dghe.ac.uk


JobTeaser Platform Now Live!  | Posted on: 23/10/2020

DGHE is delighted to announce its new partnership with Jobteaser. The new Employability Centre will provide you with career support throughout your time studying at David Game Higher Education. Through the davidgame.jobteaser.com platform, you can find internships and jobs tailored to your career goals. You can book an appointment with our Careers and Employability Advisor, Angela Kinloch, for personalised guidance on job applications and interviews at a.kinloch@dghe.ac.uk or through davidgame.jobteaser.com



BA (Hons) Business & Marketing Management  | Posted on: 28/05/2020

David Game College (DGC) is delighted to be working with University of Gloucestershire (www.www.glos.ac.uk) through and an academic collaborative agreement. This coming October 2020 DGHE Centre will be delivering a BA (Hons) in Business & Marketing Management. In this course you’ll gain a solid grounding in all aspects of business and marketing including customer behaviour and the global business environment. This will help you to become a well-rounded professional understanding both the operations of a business and how best to promote it. This programme is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.



BSc (Hons) Health & Social Science| Posted on: 28/04/2020

We are excited to announce that we have officially launched the new programme BSc in Health & Social Science in partnership with Bucks New University. The course will commence on 5th October 2020 and is underpinned by a core programme in health, wellbeing, a community sport focus, sociology and social policy. A feature of this degree is the second year work related learning module in which students will develop their employability skills. This degree enables students to explore Health & Social Sciences whilst also gaining valuable insight into the world of work, leadership and team working. This undergraduate degree is offered as a full-time study programme for 3 years as standard, or a 4 years study option including a foundation year. Further information about this new degree can be found here at https://www.dghe.ac.uk/courses/school-of-health-social-care/bsc-hons-health-and-social-science


DGHE Careers Fair | Posted on: 11/03/2020

Exciting day today at DGHE. We've been running our careers events on a termly basis and today we welcomed many guests from the Public sector to join us.  Our public services students had the opportunity to find out more about career opportunities within various organisations including the British Transport Police, Minister of Justice, the Army and City of London Police. Students also had the opportunity to enhance their CV's with a CV expert and receive career guidance from our careers advisor.



David Game College Alumni Event | Posted on: 04/03/2020

We had the great pleasure of welcoming David Game College alumni home on March 4th 2020 for our first Alumni Association event. Attendees included alumni from across our DGHE, GCSE, A level, UFP and EFL programmes, from all the way back to the 1970's up to date. Alumni wrote their favourite memories from the college and advice to students, such as "get help if you need it"


Educational Tour | Posted on: 12/02/2020

Our students from Healthcare Practice had the opportunity today to attend the educational tour at The Supreme Court. As part of their course work they need to understand how the UK Judicial System works and students received comprehensive information about the highest court in the land.




Art Exhibition ‘Depictions of Living’   | Posted on: 10/02/2020


Our DGHE student Aurora Boldu from Graphic Design course, was invited to exhibit her brilliant work at ‘Depictions of Living’ exhibition with various other contemporary artists confronting climate changes issues. Aurora exhibited alongside a Banksy (loaned from a private collection owned by Greenpeace) and a giant pink Octopus (loaned from Extinction Rebellion). We are so proud of you Aurora. A big thank you to Patricia who also exhibited he fantastic work and co-curator @roshi1964. 


Induction Day | Posted on: 21/01/2020


Today we delivered our final induction day officially welcoming our new students from Healthcare, Public Services, Business & Art & Deisgn. Thank you for choosing David Game college. Best of luck to you all in the next two years ahead of you.


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II Art & Design Exhibition | Posted on: 26/12/2019

On Friday 26 December we held our second Art & Design exhibition by our creative art students. We were ao proud to see such magnificent pieces of work exploring community and wellbeing. Well done to all students and to all supportive A&D lectures working so hard with the students deliver an exceptional exhibition.




Student Gateway | Posted on: 26/11/2019

As part of enhancing the overall student experience, we are pleased to introduce a platform whereby students can view their results of each term/ semester after the marking process is complete.  We hope that students will find this more user friendly as the results will be clearly listed.  All students will receive their personal logins to access the Gateway via email within the next few weeks. 

New VLE | Posted on: 19/11/2019

We are so excited about our new DGHE VLE. The updated platform includes changes to navigation, with new drop-down menus for both mobile and desktop versions.
The new DGHE VLE has improved the structure of the course content to make your experience of the platform more user-friendly.

BTEC Higher National Survey Results  | Posted on: 14/11/2019

Our annual Pearson survey results indicate that students enrolled on our BTEC Higher National qualifications are willing to recommend the course and the college to other students. DGHE is proud that our overall student satisfaction is 81% across all programmes, which is significantly above the national average of 73%. 

The original full report is available here.



Latest Update on Brexit  | Posted on: 23/10/2019


Dear Student,

We appreciate that this may be an uncertain time for you as we approach the date (31st October 2019) when the UK is due to leave the EU. 

We are writing to reassure you about what the Government has already agreed in case you have any concerns: 

  • EU nationals who already live in the UK can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK. The deadline for applying will be 30 June 2021, or 31 December 2020 if the UK leaves the UK without a deal. Further details about the EU Settlement Scheme can be found here.  
  • If the Government agrees a deal before 31 October, the UK will enter a transition period, meaning everything will remain the same during that period and you can continue to travel as you do now.  
  • With a no-deal, travellers have had reassurances from the UK Government and European Commission that they will still be able to travel, as there is either contingency legislation in place or the travel services are covered by international law. 
  • If the UK does leave the EU without a deal, you may need to take actions in advance so that you can continue with your travel. We will keep you updated.   
  • There will be no change to the tuition fee status of current EU students attending UK universities, even if your course at Bucks finishes after the UK has left the EU. 
  • Eligibility requirements for current EU students to receive loans and/or grants to fund their studies for the full duration of their course remains unchanged. 

As a valued student at this College, we will continue to keep you updated.  The Government’s Brexit checker tool will also help you to plan for what you may need to do before Brexit, and further advice is also available on their website.


New Careers and Employability Advisor at DGHE   | Posted on: 25/09/2019

We are delighted to introduce you to the new Careers and Employability Advisor Anglea Kinloch. Angela has been working in careers guidance since 1997.  Her experience spans working with secondary school pupils to mature students at university planning their PhD studies. She has also worked with young unemployed students and students of all ages with additional needs. In 2015 Anglea graduated from Warwick University with a MA in Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance in Higher Education. Most recently she worked at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.  Angela will be available in the Library on Tuesdays (11.15am - 5.45pm) and Wednesdays (9.00am – 3.30pm) during term-time. She will support students by offering a drop-in service for such things as CV guidance and quick queries and also bookable longer appointments (30 minutes) for those who want a more in-depth careers discussion.  Angela will be also involved with our termly employer events, but also keen to deliver sector specific events to suit you, your studies and career aspirations. 


New Library, New Librarian | Posted on: 19/08/2019

The library has moved to a new space on the first floor in Room B108 and will be offering expanded services this year. Our new librarian Mark Pester, will be providing drop-in support on the library enquiry desk from 9am to 6pm to help students with locating books, conducting research, and referencing. Mark is an experienced librarian who completed an MA in Library & Information Studies at University College London while working at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies library. Students will also be able to ask quick questions by phone or email and arrange half an hour one-to-one appointments for in-depth assistance. New books will also be added to DGHE collection, focusing especially on core textbooks for each unit. Further developments in the library will continue throughout the winter term. Look out for the introduction of classmarks and an online catalogue, which will make the library’s collection more accessible.

OfS | Posted on: 30/07/2019

The Office for Students' primary aim is to ensure that English higher education is delivering positive outcomes for students – past, present, and future.

It will seek to ensure that students, from all backgrounds (particularly the most disadvantaged), can access, succeed in, and progress from higher education.

In order to satisfy the requirements of the new OfS regulatory framework, David Game College is applying to be listed on the ‘Register’ during the 2018/19 academic year.

More information may be found at  https://www.officeforstudents.org.uk/


Art & Design Exhibition | Posted on: 12/07/2019

Graphic Design & Photography students presented an exhibition about ‘Documenting Community Word & Image'. We were very proud to see the progress every student achieved up to here. Some of the art pieces were so outstanding that you could say it was done by a professional with many years of experience. Great night, great achievements and great inspirations. Well done to all A&D students and Lecturers.


Healthcare Practice Exhibition | Posted on: 08/07/2019

Students from the Healthcare Practice programme, did a poster exhibition to showcase their ‘positive change’ implementation plan as part of their course assessment work. It was great to see how much research students had to carry out when considering implementing changes within the health sector. Lot's of ideas and brilliant execution! Very proud of our DGHE students.


UCAS | Posted on: 14/06/2019


David Game Higher Education is now registered with UCAS allowing our courses to be listed on the UCAS portal. This will give DGHE greater exposure to younger applicants from more diverse backgrounds.



Student Finance | Posted on: 13/06/2019

EU student funding continued for 2020/21

EU students starting university in 2020/21 academic year will have guaranteed home fee status and financial support for the duration of courses in England, the Universities Minister has announced on 28 May.

Chris Skidmore announced that EU nationals who start a higher education course in England in the 2020/21 academic year will remain eligible for undergraduate and postgraduate financial support, Advanced Learner loans, as well as FE and apprenticeships, support, whether a deal for leaving the EU is in place or not.

The announcement follows the Government’s existing commitment on student finance for EU nationals starting courses in England in the 2019/20 academic year or before.


DGHE Careers Fair | Posted on: 12/06/2019

On Wednesday 12th of June, we welcomed to our campus some exhibitors including London Ambulance, Resources for Autism, The Write Stuff, Medacs and HN Global (Pearson).

A massive Thank You to all exhibitors that attended David Game Higher Education’s Careers Fair. These brilliant collaborators spent a few hours speaking with our students about career opportunities in various areas, passing on their knowledge and giving lots of advice.


Armed Forces Covenant | Posted on: 08/05/2019

David Game Higher Education is really pleased to sign the Armed Forces Covenant on 8th May 2019. As a signatory, DGHE has fully committed to upholding a promise from the nation that those who serve or have served in the armed forces, and their families, are treated fairly. 

Find out more about the Armed Forces Covenant.

Find out more about the HND in Public Services.


Matrix Standard Review | Posted on: 03/05/2019

Last month, DGHE was reviewed by the Matrix Standard. Matrix Standard is a unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals in their choice of career, learning, work and life goals. Once again, confirmation that developments we have put in place as part of our continuous improvement initiatives are having the desired impact on staff and stakeholders. We are very pleased with the positive results and looking forward to maintaining the desired Matrix quality standards.


Dementia Awareness Day | Posted on: 16/04/2019

Recently, we had Peggy Ennis from Institute Of Our Lady Of Mercy at our DGHE campusOur Healthcare Practice students received a vast amount of information about Dementia causes, treatments, and its challenges which has greatly contributed to broadening their knowledge on this particular topic.



Crises Management Exercise | Posted on: 14/04/2019

Recently, we had the pleasure of welcoming Guest Speaker, Andy Gillmen, from the Ministry of Defence (MOD) who lead our Public Services students to understand how to make political and practical decisions on unfolding humanitarian crises and deliver a press conference. A big Thank you to Lynn and Geoff who organised this practical in-class activity.


New pathways within the HND Art & Design programme | Posted on: 10/04/2019

DGHE is pleased to highlight, among a number of exciting updates that  we have received approval to deliver new pathways within the HND Art & Design programme. Apart from the existing options for Photography and Graphic Design pathways, the college is looking to introduce pathway opportunities for Interior Design and Fashion and Textiles from 2020.


Public Services Students Debate  | Posted on: 14/03/2019


Once again, we have had the pleasure of welcoming New College Swindon students back to the campus for a debate on current issues.



Careers Week at DGHE | Posted on: 04/03/2019

Our Careers Week was held on our campus from 4th to 9th March. This term, the fair was dedicated to the School of Business where the main focus was to bring companies which could assist students to enhance their employability skills.For the first time, we invited a company which specialises in internship placements. Professionals UK aroused enthusiasm amongst students whilst presenting various benefits that an intern could receive. In addition, the college will subsidise 3 students with a partial bursary. We have received vairous positive feedback about the CV seminar, HN Global and the Coaching services. 


Chinese Year Celebration at DGHE | Posted on: 01/02/2019


David Game College celebrated its two years relocation anniversary “Our COLLEGE, Our HOME” and the annual Chinese New Year celebration. A night with great performances including singing, dancing and a brilliant 'Lion Chinese dance'. We are looking foward to the next one. 


New Library and Study Room | Posted on: 25/01/2019


You Said and We Did it!  
Our DGHE library has been undergoing changes after receiving feedback from our students.  In direct response to this request, we have re-allocated the Library and Study Room facilities to room LG01, where students and staff will be able to access a wider range course books.  New computers are also being installed and will be available soon.  


QAA Annual Monitoring Review | Posted on: 17/01/2019

We recently underwent our QAA Annual Monitoring review which took place last month. Once again, our college has been recognised by QAA  for meeting or exceeding UK expectations for quality and standards in its QAA review.

Click Here to view full QAA report. 

A BIG 'THANK YOU'  to all our staff and students who attended meetings and contributed in some way to help make the review a success.


DGHE has now joined Advance HE | Posted on: 12/12/2018

DGHE has now joined Advance HE, the sector body dedicated to helping higher education shape its future.
Advance HE (formerly the Higher Education Academy – HEA) are an organisation committed to enhancing world-class teaching in higher education, working in partnership with institutions and individuals in higher education supporting student success. They bring the sector together to collaborate, and share innovative teaching strategies and best practice.  

The Truth about Drugs Seminar | Posted on: 06/11/2018

DGHE invited Mark Pinching to deliver a talk in our DGHE campus called "The Truth about Drugs". Students had the opportunity to find out how drugs work and how they affect the body and mind, why people take them, and the effects of the most abused substances. If you missed this informative talk, you still can follow up on our Facebook page.


New Top-up Degrees at DGHE | Posted on: 02/11/2018

Students can now apply for Top-up degree at David Game Higher Education. We are thrilled to officially announce that David Game College has established a new collaborative partnership with Buckinghamshire New University which will enable us to deliver Level 6 Top-up degrees in our Aldgate campus. 

Course Information UCAS

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Graduation Ceremony | Posted on: 01/11/2018

What a truly wonderful day to remember.  Many proud graduates looking so elegant in their caps and gowns united with family and friends that came together to celebrate this special occasion. A Day where the tears of joy were noticed in so many faces, feeling of achievement and happiness filled the room. A day where we celebrated those students whom despite the challenges faced they earned their qualification and those who made every effort to finish with overall distinction. We do hope you continue developing a passion for learning, as you do, you will never cease to grow. Congratulations class of 2018. 

DGHE Careers Fair | Posted on: 31/10/2018

The Careers Fair was organised at DGHE campus on the 30th and 31st October and the overall outcome is very positive. Our students had the opportunity to have face to face contact with various organisations to discuss career employment and opportunities. DGHE will continue to work diligently to invite more organisations to attend in our next fair which will take place next year in February 2019. Watch out for more details soon. 


Public Services New Pathway | Posted on: 20/10/2018

Public services (PS) students enrolled in the new RQF  programme will have the opportunity to select the standard pathway or a specialist pathway in either Civil Protection or Crime and Criminal Justice.

During the first year (Level 4) all PS students will complete the same modules. By the end of year 1, students will have the chance to choose a pathway for their career progression in their chosen field. Throughout the first year, support and guidance will be given to students to enable them to make an informed decision on the most suitable pathway for their chosen profession. 


Enrol Now | Posted on: 10/10/2018

Apply Now for HND's

If you are looking for an exceptional learning experience in the heart of central London, we can help you. DGHE provides a more personal education and you can benefit from small classes, face-to-face education and learn from highly qualified lecturers with extensive and professional experience. All classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment and comfortable seating with WiFi access available throughout the building. There is a learning resources centre, IT suite, tutorial rooms, 200 seat auditorium, break-out area and café serving hot and cold food and beverages. Students also benefit from an extensive range of online study materials available through the college’s virtual learning environment. You can discuss your study options with our course advisors today on 0203 220 3447. 

 Start Date: 14th January 2019


International Food Days at DGHE - Posted 06/06/2019

We have over 40 different nationalities studying at DGHE however, one of the things that connect us together and is common in every culture is FOOD! 
DGHE International Food days has been a successful event in the past few years and we strongly believe that eating together essentially enables us to stay connected. It is an amazing experience to have the opportunity of eating different foods and sharing different recipes, especially across the different cultures we have around DGHE.

05th June 2018 - Bank of England Field Trip

22nd May 2018 - City Hall Field Trip

Visits to City Hall offer students a unique opportunity to learn about their city and how it is run. They will be within the home of London’s regional government.

Visits are designed to:

  • enthuse Londoners about their city, through our fascinating history and unique place on the national and global stage
  • explain the roles and responsibilities of the Greater London Authority, the Mayor of London and the London Assembly
  • develop an understanding of different political viewpoints and an appreciation of the importance of voting
  • use contemporary issues to bring the policy-making process to life
  • give visitors confidence and encourage them to engage in political debates
  • encourage visitors to actively engage with City Hall

Please ask at the reception for more information!


DGHE Open Days

  If you are considering to develop your professional skills we would like to encourage you to come and visit our new campus. Our team can give you vital information about the courses offered and advise you on the possible routes for your chosen career. In addition, we have prepared a 15 min 'INtelligent TALKS' on unique topics that will be delivered by our industry experts.

Come along and see what the future holds for you!


New Art & Design Course

David Game College is pleased to announce the opening of the new School of Art & Design and the launch of BTEC Higher National Certificate and Diploma courses with pathway options in Graphic Design, Photography and Art Practice.


DGHE Monthly Newsletter

As part of DGHE initiative to create better engagement on college matters, students, staff and lecturers receive an electronic newsletter monthly during term time.

The newsletter aims to share information about our upcoming events, relevant course and college information, as well as exciting opportunities that may be of interest to you. 


Moodle DGHE Events Page

Fresh for 2018 we have been able to work together with our team and developed a new session in the Moodle called DGHE events. 

In this new session, you will find our termly calendar with a comprehensive guide to DGHE events and also activities and things to visit across London that may be of interest to you.



New Canteen

The college has invested in improving and utilising room spaces by creating a larger canteen area for students in Room B110, as well as adding 2 more classrooms on the 2nd floor (Rooms B205 and B206).

Our new Canteen is coming along nicely and will be opening in January 2018.  


Moodle app

Moodle is now accessible via your smartphone to make keeping up with your course that much handy.

With Moodle Mobile you can:

  • Browse the content of your courses, even when offline
  • Receive instant notifications of messages and other events
  • Quickly find and contact other people in your courses
  • Upload images, audio, videos and other files from your mobile device
  • Track your progress, mark tasks as complete and browse your learning plans
  • Attempt quizzes, post in forums and edit wiki pages
  • View your course grades



Start the day refreshed and enjoy the new DG GYM.  To be able to access the Gym you will need to book a slot at the Reception (subject to availability).



At DGHE we are regularly acquiring new up-to-date textbooks every term. Our library stock more than 1000 printed items, including books and magazines to support all the courses delivered by DGHE. In addition, throughout Moodle, you can have access to our online resources including E-books and research materials. 

We now have further online resources available through our partnership with New College Swindon,  which enables you to have access to their virtual learning environment (VLE) with broader additional materials.


Ask in the reception to provide further details for your login.


‘Flexi-Hours’ programme

‘Flexi-Hours’ programme - following the success of our September intake for the Flexi-Hours programme, we are pleased to announce new courses will start again in January 2018.

The ‘Flexi-Hours’ programme is a full-time course but with classes being held on two evenings per week (6 pm to 9 pm) plus Saturdays (10 am to 5 pm). 












Last updated: 04/08/21