Writtle College is a unique place to study. Our long history, picturesque campus and specialist portfolio contributes towards making us a very special institution.
We provide a number of undergraduate courses here at Writtle, including three year BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons), two-year foundation degrees and higher education diplomas, as well as Top-Up degrees and higher education certificates.
These pages outline the courses offered at Writtle and indicate the range of subject areas and optional pathways available. Our degrees and Foundation Degrees are made up of study units or 'modules'.
The modules taken in the first year are compulsory, to ensure you receive comprehensive foundation knowledge in your subject area. From the second year, through your choice of optional modules, it will be possible to specialise in a particular area of study.
As all our undergraduate courses are 'modular' they can be studied on a part-time basis. On successful completion of a module, students will gain a number of academic credits that will contribute to a degree. Because of the 'modular' nature of our courses, February entry may be possible on some courses. See course page for further details.
For people who do not wish to study for a full award Writtle College offers the Associate Student Scheme which allows people to undertake one or more modules at a time. The modules are selected from degree or diploma courses available at the College. See the Associate Students Scheme for more details.