If you’re in Year 11 and interested in animals, plants and the natural world, or you just enjoy being outside, Kingston Maurward is the place to study next September.
At our stunning 750 acre campus discover courses you may not have considered before – our full-time courses and Apprenticeships include equine studies, agriculture, countryside management, floristry, outdoor adventure, arboriculture, construction, horticulture and animal welfare & science.
Full-time further education courses start in September and Apprenticeships and part-time courses start throughout the year. To find out more come along to one of our Open Mornings – the next one takes place on Sunday 10th December 10am -12pm at the Main House.
Principal, Luke Rake, will give visitors welcome talks at 10.15am and 11.15am, after which you will be taken on a tour across campus to the department of interest. Here you will be given a presentation, speak to expert tutors and see the excellent facilities on offer. You can also find out about transport, English & maths, accommodation and more – please remember to check the weather forecast, you might need to bring a brolly!
In addition there will be an opportunity to find out about some of our Foundation Degrees at our drop in sessions also 10am – 12pm. Talk to staff and current students about Animal Behaviour & Welfare, Marine Ecology & Conservation and Coastal Conservation.
Whichever course it is you’re interested in, please pre-register below – we look forward to meeting you!