Established in 1974, David Game College is one of the most successful independent co-educational colleges in London.

DG specialises in preparing students for university entry, by providing an extensive range of GCSE and A level courses and focusing on examination success. DG also runs their own University Foundation Programme and offers courses in English as a Foreign Language.

DG admits students between the ages of 13 and 22 years, with up to 200 students following full-time courses every year. Students choose David Game College because of the quality of teaching and the high level of individual attention and support they receive here.

At David Game College they take great pride in their ability to cater for students of all educational abilities and backgrounds. The tutors have high expectations, so all students – including the most able – are stretched intellectually and encouraged to aim high. If students are capable of gaining entry to the most competitive degree courses and the most prestigious universities, they have an excellent chance of being successful here.

For many students, David Game College represents a fresh approach, a new beginning. This is particularly true where students have become disaffected by large impersonal classes at their previous school or college, leading to significant underachievement.

David Game College has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, the Government body responsible for monitoring standards in education. The College has been awarded Tier 4 Sponsor status by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).

Location & Facilities

The College is situated in Central London, 5 minutes’ walk from Tower Hill and 3 minutes’ walk from Aldgate station. It occupies newly renovated premises of nearly 60,000 sq feet, with excellent facilities, in the John Cass building in Jewry Street right in the heart of the City of London. St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England are within 10 minutes’ walk.

The David Game College library provides students with a quiet place to work, and contains reference books, past examination papers and university prospectuses. It is also equipped with desktop computers. The College also has a common room and canteen, where students can go to relax, meet friends, enjoy a game of chess, or watch the news via Sky and the BBC. Students can eat their own snacks here, or buy hot and cold drinks and food.

DG has a number of specialist classrooms including two auditoriums seating 80 and 200 students and three science laboratories, all well-resourced with state-of-the-art facilities to support teaching and learning. The College also has new photography and art rooms.

In the basement the College has a sprung dance floor, well-equipped gym and music studio.