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Warwickshire College

United Kingdom
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About Warwickshire College

Warwickshire College start operates in 1996 when Mid-WarwickshireCollege in Leamington and the Moreton Morrell Centre merged. Warwickshire College is a further and higher education college enrolling more than 20,000 students, with nearly 4500 full-time students and around 1500 students on higher education courses.

The College provides training for individuals and organizations as well as leisure courses and activities for its students. It has six main centres and two learning centres and uses more than 60 community centres across Warwickshire. These centres offer full time and part time courses as well as opportunities to undertake apprenticeships in areas such as agriculture, business, engineering, hair dressing and beauty therapy, forensic science, media music and performing arts, and many more.

Warwickshire College was presented with this national award for 'Outstanding Practice in Sustainability' in year 2011 and achieved certification in the Training Quality Standard which is an an assessment framework designed to recognise the best organisations delivering training and development solutions.

Campus information

The college has six centres in Leamington, Rugby, Moreton Morrell, Henley-in-Arden, Pershore and Warwick.

Spa, travel shop, sport facilities such as gym and sport classes, conferencing facilities, salons, dog grooming service, equine facilities, training restaurant are provided in the campuses and served as commercial facilities. These commercial facilities are managed by the students.

The college has six centres in Leamington, Rugby, Moreton Morrell, Henley-in-Arden, Pershore and Warwick.

Leamington centre is situated within walking distance of Leamington Spa town centre and is our largest campus. It is the hub for our transport infrastructure, allowing students to travel to other centres. Rugby centre is just a short walk from Rugby train station, which is well-connected to major towns and cities, including regular 50-minute services from London Euston. In addition, other learning centres are situated at Henley-in-Arden, Moreton Morrell, Pershore, and Trident Park.


Choosing to live on campus gives students a unique experience and the opportunity to become independent in a friendly and safe environment.

We have halls of residence at three of our colleges; Moreton Morrell, Pershore and Royal Leamington Spa and we provide a range of catered and self catered accommodation for students on both further and higher education courses.

We have a dedicated residential team including Residential Wardens to give access to 24 hour support and returning students have the opportunity to become student wardens, gaining additional skills and experience.

Staff and student wardens live on site and try to make your time at college as enjoyable and trouble free as possible. The wardens are all very keen to assist the Students' Union with social, sporting and recreational activities and all residential students are made aware of the emergency warden telephone number during induction so they know how to get in touch.
A residential handbook is available from the residential team at each college on request.
  • Leamington Halls
  • Pershore Halls
  • Moreton Morrell Halls


Courses available 11

Accounting & Finance 1 Agriculture Studies 2 Business, Management 3 Creative Arts & Design 6


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