London Classes

The Faculty’s London Classes are held each academic year at a venue in Central London, which is easily accessible from most parts of the UK and continental Europe. Many students choose to study at live classes because it offers the opportunity to meet like-minded people and to learn from the experiences and examples of other students.

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With all of our modules available as weekend seminars, you don’t have to live in London to take advantage of live tuition. Each year there is a choice of two Foundation classes beginning in October (Monday evenings or Saturdays), and a full range of Diploma courses and seminars on offer, enabling you to complete the entire course, from beginner to advanced, in three years. In addition to the class tuition and the full support of your tutor, you will have access to written course material through the Faculty’s Online Learning Environment, which summarises the work covered in class and allows you to consolidate your understanding of each subject as you progress.

Even if you are not a registered Faculty student, you are still very welcome to enrol on any of the Diploma modules and seminars at any time. Some of the courses are available in the form of one- or two-day seminars and are an ideal way to learn a new technique or practice your chart interpretation without committing yourself to the Diploma. In addition, all the seminars are credit-bearing, enabling you to store credits towards a qualification if you decide at a later date that you wish to gain the Faculty’s Diploma.

Enrol for London Classes

Prior to enrolment, please download the Conditions of Enrolment:

Conditions of Enrolment

If you prefer to enrol by post or by email, use this form:

2018-19 London Classes Enrolment Form

Otherwise, click here to book your London Classes in our Online Booking Centre:

Book London Classes online

Book early as class size is limited.

Dates for London Classes 2018-2019

Monday evening classes run from 6.30pm-9pm, Saturday classes from 10am-5pm.

London Classes - Summer Term 2019

Module 3 – Chart Skills II
Ten Mondays: 29 Apr to 15 Jul (no class 6 & 27 May); with Kim Farley
Four Saturdays: 11 May, 1 Jun, 15 Jun, 29 Jun; with Lindsay Gladstone & Carole Taylor
Module 6 – Intermediate Interpretation
Four Saturdays: 18 May, 8 Jun, 22 Jun, 6 Jul; with Kim Farley & Lindsay Gladstone
Module 9 – Advanced Interpretation & Astro-Consultancy
Four Saturdays: 18 May, 8 Jun, 22 Jun, 6 Jul; with Cat Cox & Carole Taylor


Your chance to study Modules 1, 2, and 3, involving the same number of class hours, but quicker-paced to begin in January and end in July. Saturdays (10am-5pm) with Sue Farebrother and Kim Farley.

Module 1 – Introduction to Astrology: Planets, Signs, and Houses
19 January, 2 February, 16 February, 2 March

Module 2 – Chart Skills I
16 March, 30 March, 27 April, 11 May

Module 3 – Chart Skills II
1 June, 15 June, 29 June, 13 July

Testimonials from Class Students

I have thoroughly enjoyed the module and it more than fulfilled my expectations. The tuition was excellent – insightful, encouraging and knowledgeable – an inspiration to the class. 
Module 1 student
The tutor was supportive, inspiring, encouraging and very clear in her teaching. The course was very well structured and supported through the online learning. This has been very important for me to complete a step by step process. 
Module 3 student


Looking at the cycles of transits was a revelation - I have worked with transits more than anything else but hadn't gone through the cycles of each planet so methodically before and learned how important it is to do that! I liked the way we had the chance to do personal presentations on cycles, as we could hear from different people how they were working, and the tutors were really supportive and encouraging. 
Module 4 student


I was very happy with the tuition. Topics were explained clearly and in depth, and I could follow the classes easily even though I was completely unfamiliar with the subject. I really enjoyed it and would like to thank the tutors for their help and lucid teaching. 
Module 8 student



We will be using three venues during the academic year 2018-2019.  All are easily accessible in WC1, a few minutes walk from King's Cross and Euston stations.

Gordon Square

Gordon Square- Birkbeck College

Gordon Square by Stephen McKay

Hamilton House

Hamilton House

Hamilton House

Tavistock Place

The Emerson Room

The Emerson Room

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