Over 120 years of educational excellence
Writtle College is proud of its heritage and history which began in 1893. Our very special institution continues
to attract students from across the globe.
Best in Show!
Congratulations to our Further Education Horticulture team for winning a Gold award and 'Best in Show' at
the Young Gardeners of the Year event! For course information click on 'Find out more'.
If you are not sure which subject area to study, use our #MyWrittleHelper guide to see where your future career
path takes you!
Society of Biology degree recognition
Our BSc (Hons) Animal Science and Animal Management courses have received degree recognition from the Society
A world class
Writtle College attracts students from across the globe. Our specialist courses, expert academic staff and
proximity to London all create a thriving international community.
Writtle College Animal Behaviour and Welfare Principal Lecturer Dr Jonathan Amory has been invited to the House of Lords for an event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Brambe
Four Writtle College students from Japan have helped a Japanese garden designer with his exhibition for RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The four volunteer members helped garden designe
A Writtle College Floristry student has been a finalist in the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s Florist of the Year competition. Ayane Shimazu, from Japan, a Foundation Deg
Writtle College, in partnership with Discovery Tri Club, will be hosting its first ever Open Water Triathlon event using the network of cycle paths across its 220-hectare estate an
A Writtle College graduate has been instrumental in launching a new orchid collection to support student growers. The David Colegrave Foundation (DCF), the charity for people s
Writtle College Art and Design student Steph Bannister has created an 11ft tall sculpture of a figure out of the frames of bicycles. The 26-year-old from Maldon, who is in her s
Can you entertain a hyena with a fruit kebab? How do you clicker train a pig? Do cats and pumas play in the same way? These are some of the questions asked by third year Animal
More than 60 schools from across Essex will be attending this year’s Food and Farming day, to discover where their food comes from. Writtle College - in conjunction with Essex
Writtle College has bred a beautiful new variety of hardy Osteospermum and called it Little Writtle. The plant, with distinctive deep pink flowers, is now available to buy on ma
For one day only – and for the first time ever - Writtle College students will be part of a team of young people taking over the largest exhibit in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s Gr