Wiltshire College has 4 main campuses in Trowbridge, Chippenham, Lackham and Salisbury with 3 smaller satellite centres based in Corsham, Devizes and Warminster. Our specialist facility at the Castle Combe circuit was the first trackside motorsport engineering training facility in the UK, and is home to our Motorsport Engineering programmes. Find out more about our facilities on our campuses page.
In July 2018, Wiltshire College was inspected by Ofsted and rated as a GOOD college.
Wiltshire College Principal Amanda Burnside said: “The highly positive inspection outcomes confirm the great progress we continue to make on our journey to becoming outstanding and are exactly in line with our five year strategy.
“I’m very proud of what staff have achieved in the last three years with a relentless focus on the student experience.”
You can find out more on our Ofsted page.
Wiltshire College's mission is to be a vital player in Wiltshire’s economic growth, raising skills and attainment, delivering excellence and innovation; inspiring people to achieve.
With over 3300 full-time students, 6000 part-time students and 800 University Level students Wiltshire College is an exciting place to study. There are 4 main campuses and 4 smaller centres throughout the county; we offer a spectacular range of courses, across all levels.
At University level we offer HNCs, HNDs, Foundation Degrees and Full Honours degrees - the choice is yours depending on whether you wish to study part-time, with or without continuing your career, or full time.
There really is something for everyone! Don't just take our word for it – come and find out more at our next Open Event. Talk to our tutors, explore our specialist facilities, see the Accommodation available at Lackham and Salisbury campuses and talk to students.
We are constantly investing in our facilities and are firmly committed to supporting you every step of the way. Come and see why 9 out of 10 students would recommend Wiltshire College to a friend and why Ofsted consider the way we look after our students as "outstanding".