Over 120 years of educational excellence
Writtle College is proud of its heritage and history which began in 1893. Our very special institution continues
to attract students from across the globe.
9/10 of our graduates are in work or further study within six months of graduating according to the latest
DLHE statistics. Discover the range of careers that could be waiting for you.
Writtle College achieved 5% higher than the national average during the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey
2015! Writtle was also 9% higher than the average for small and specialist institutions.
If you are not sure which subject area to study, use our #MyWrittleHelper guide to see where your future career
path takes you!
A world class
Writtle College attracts students from across the globe. Our specialist courses, expert academic staff and
proximity to London all create a thriving international community.
Two Writtle College graduates have been given prestigious prizes. Rosie Kippen and Daniel Bright, who both graduated with a BSc (Hons) Horticulture this year, were given Worship
Further Education Agriculture student Shane Bannerman has become an England karate champion! The 17-year-old, who lives in Brentwood, won a gold and three bronze medals for Engl
Level 3 Apprentices Anthony and Stuart Facey went to the Institute of Groundsmanship Awards in Birmingham. Anthony was a nominee for Young Groundsman of the Year and part of th
Writtle College has produced an infographic video to promote its Further Education specialist courses to school leavers. The College offers a range of courses, from Level 1 to
A Writtle College Landscape Architecture postgraduate has been shortlisted for a major national award for his sustainable ski resort design. Yuhei Nakajima, from Japan, has bee
The independent experience survey of Taught Postgraduates at Writtle College shows that overall satisfaction is 87% - above the sector average. The survey, conducted by the High
A Writtle College postgraduate has been shortlisted for a major student award for his garden design which explores urban agriculture and incorporates multicultural communities.
Speakers will examine the issue of Precision Farming at this year’s joint Essex Agricultural Society and Writtle College conference. The event, which will be held in the Northu
A large UNESCO World Heritage reserve is a step closer to being established across the Altai Mountain region straddling the border between Russia and Kazakhstan thanks to the work
Third year Agriculture students are working on a crop trial with Strutt and Parker Farms. They are working on a field of cover crops near Dunmow. The first stage of the project