Writtle University College

Writtle University College (near Chelmsford, Essex) is one of the largest land-based university colleges in the UK; it is also one of the oldest. Set in the Essex countryside on a 220 hectare estate, Writtle, previously known as Writtle College provides FE and HE programmes. It also offers apprenticeships and short courses. Writtle was awarded University College status in May 2016.

Writtle is one of the oldest providers of specialist education in the UK and offers a range of land-based, environmental, animal, design and sport courses at various levels of academic study including Postgraduate, Undergraduate, Further Education, Short Courses and Apprenticeships. They also provide students with the options of being able to study certain courses on a part-time basis.

Writtle University College attracts students locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Their facilities and resources, based on their picturesque campus of approximately 200 hectares, are used to enhance the student learning experience, enabling them to gain both theory and practical skills whilst studying with them.

The Writtle University College is a Public university located in Chelmsford.
The Writtle University College was founded in 1893.
The current president of Writtle University College is Anne Jenkin, Baroness Jenkin of Kensington.

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