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Why Choose Hadlow College

There are many reasons people choose to study with Hadlow College. Our linkage with major employers and industry experts means that our students have the opportunity to benefit from research fellowships, scholarships and internships and present at conferences such the International Society for Equitation and Wildwood Trust.

Our belief in giving a personal experience, with smaller class-sizes and dedicated one-to-one contact time, is also something that makes us different.  Unlike larger universities, you will not be daunted by having hundreds of students in the same lecture, or large tutorial groups where you seldom get a chance to contribute.

Ultimately though, you will benefit from expert lecturers, gain a degree from one of the top universities locally and enjoy lower than average tuition fees.  All of this will propel you on to your next step for a career within the land-based and rural industries.

The results speak for themselves

  • 89.7% of Hadlow students achieved their qualification
  • 90% students progressed into work or further study
  • 87% of students were satisfied with the quality of their course

Dedicated financial support

Our student finance officer, and support from our partner universities, means that you can access a range of support and bursaries to help you with the cost of education. 

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