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Wiltshire College offers Higher National Certificates, Higher National Diplomas, Foundation and Full Honour degrees to over 3,300 full-time, 6,000 part-time and 800 university level students. Wiltshire College is spread across four campuses in Chippenham, Lackham, Salisbury and Trowbridge.
Most international students are based at the Salisbury campus, but certain courses such as Motorsport Engineering see students study elsewhere such as Lackham House. Students at Wiltshire College also benefit from award-winning hair and beauty Salons and restaurants staffed by students studying these courses.
Wiltshire College has a high success rate for students in southern England (96%), with the final grade or degree classification above the national average. Ofsted, the UK government inspection service, judged Wiltshire College’s care of its students ‘outstanding’.
The Wiltshire College international offices are happy to help students in a variety of different ways. Orientation and social activities are encouraged to help students settle into their new surroundings, while general and welfare support can help guide you through each aspect of studying and living at Wiltshire College.
Wiltshire College offer international students assistance with finding private accommodation, homestays as well as rooms in their own purpose built halls. 80 en-suite rooms are available in St Mary’s Halls for those studying at the Salisbury campus.
Located in a beautiful part of southern England, Wiltshire College is easily accessible by road or rail with London, Bath, Oxford and Bristol all a short journey away. English heritage sites such as Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle and West Kennet Long Barrow are all close by.
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