Writtle University College’s international community has been expanding in the last few years, welcoming students from all over the world, including Nigeria.
Established in 1893, Writtle University College has been producing leaders in the land-based industries and organisations for more than 120 years. Writtle is one of the oldest specialist institutions in the UK and offers a range of land-based, design and sport courses at various levels of academic study including undergraduate and postgraduate.
Our campusWrittle University College’s campus is a friendly and safe community where students from a variety of cultures and countries can mix and establish lifelong friendships.
Living in WrittleWrittle is a quintessential English village in Essex with lovingly maintained Tudor houses, an ancient church and pubs. Its historical records go back as far as 1086. Its proximity to London makes it an ideal place to live as we have the best of both worlds, a tranquil place to live and close enough to one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the world.
Trains to London run every 10 minutes from Chelmsford city train station, which is 10 minutes away from the University College on the free shuttle bus and you can be in London in less than 40 minutes.
For Undergraduate Study
Students who hold the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) or the West African Senior School Certificate and who have completed a suitable Foundation programme, will be considered for admission to undergraduate programmes.
For Postgraduate Study
To undertake a postgraduate taught degree it is necessary to have high marks in a Bachelors degree.
To undertake a postgraduate research degree it is necessary to have high marks in a Bachelors degree and usually a Masters degree.
English Language Requirement
All students studying at Writtle must be able to demonstrate a sufficient understanding of the English language.
2022/23 Tuition Fees
Including students from the European Union (EU)
Bachelor degrees, Foundation degrees and Higher Certificates: £12,700 per year
Postgraduate taught degrees:
- MA Landscape Architecture / MA Garden Design £13,773
- Master of Landscape Architecture 2 years full-time
Year 1 £9,295 - Year 2 £13,773*
* Maybe subject to an annual increase.
- All other postgraduate taught degrees £13,433
Student accommodationVisit our accommodation page to view our Halls and accommodation fees.
Educational Advisers (agents)
British Council - Nigeria