On these pages you can find all the colleges and places of learning that are associated with the David Game brand name. Some of the institutions were founded by me, others I invested in and there are those I acquired as going concerns. Details of my association with each college can be found here in the article DG Associates.
In 1974, I set up a small private tutorial college in London, to fill a growing niche in the market. This soon led to the acquisition of Westminster Tutors in South Kensington, which is still active in its original premises on the Old Brompton Road. I then opened David Game College in Notting Hill, allowing us to offer a more comprehensive range of subjects and attracting more international students to study in this large campus in a fashionable area of London. 40 years on, we are now the largest independent college group in the UK, not tied to a profit-driven corporation or external capital investment.
Over time, we have built up a great diversity of partnerships across the UK and beyond. This has been achieved through recognising, developing and rewarding talent. I never overlook an opportunity to work on an interesting project with a like-minded partner.
Please take the time to look through our range of colleges and projects here. Contact details can be found on the website of each institution featured. We look forward to hearing from you, whether you are a teacher, a student, a parent or a fellow institution.