About Berkshire College of Agriculture
Berkshire College of Agriculture (BCA) was established in 1949 as the Berkshire Institute of Agriculture. It is a further education agricultural college based at Hall Place in Burchetts Green at Hurley, near Maidenhead, in Berkshire.
The college provides high-quality education and training for more than 60 years and offers various courses such as Animal care and management, Child care, Construction (including bricklaying, painting and decorating), Equestrian, Floristry, Health studies and social care, Horticulture and land management, Mechanics, Public services, Pathways (a course dedicated to students with disabilities) and Sports.
BCA received a glowing report from Ofsted in May 2012. Staff in BCA are very friendly and welcoming. Most of the students are satisfied with the services provided by the staff in term of the personal and academic support they receive from learning support staff and teachers.
BCA aims to provides any possibly to ensure that anyone who wish to study in it. That includes discussing individual travel arrangements and where possible providing help – including financial – so that everyone can benefit from a BCA education, wherever they live.