Higher Education
at Hadlow College

Hadlow College works in partnership with the University of Greenwich to offer degree programmes at our main campus near Tonbridge, Kent. You can study for a foundation (FdSc), full honours (BSc Hons or BA Hons) degree in your chosen subject.

There are many benefits of studying for a degree with us. There's the friendly atmosphere, smaller class-sizes and the more personal experience that all contributes to the quality of our courses. It's why 75% of our students say that they view our staff as helpful and friendly.

Degrees Which are Flexible to Your Needs

We've structured our degrees so that, rather than spreading the teaching out over four or five days, it is condensed into approximately two days.  This means that, in addition to gaining a degree, you are also able to work part-time; giving you an income as well as relevant work experience.

Degrees Which Give You the Skills

84% of our graduates progress into either employment or further study. We believe the key to this success is first-hand work experience. That's why all work placements are an integral part of the FdSc programmes, equipping you with the skills you need for your future career.

Find out More

To find out more about the range of degree programmes we offer and what our rural university experience means for you, visit our dedicated higher education microsite.  You can also find out about higher level courses for work-based learners by visiting our partnership HE website with the University of Greenwich.

Latest News

Landscape and Countryside Management Field Trip to Cuckmere Haven and Knepp Castle Estate

Posted on 5th May 2017 in Countryside, Wildlife & Game Management

Our 3rd year Landscape and Countryside Management degree students recently undertook a field trip to Cuckmere Haven and Knepp Castle Estate in Sussex as part of their Coastal Habitat Management and Livestock Use in Conservation units.

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Two Hadlow Alumni Among Only 17 Students Selected Globally for Bat Conservation Research Grants

Posted on 27th April 2017 in Animal Management, Alumni

We are very proud to announce that two of our graduates have been selected to receive grants from a leading international conservation organisation for their research into bat conservation, with one of them receiving a prestigious international award for their work.

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Events

Living Wall Conference Programme

Hadlow Campus

Event date 31st May 2017 at 9:00am
Events

Taster Day (June) - Greenwich Equestrian Centre

Royal Borough of Greenwich Equestrian Skills and Riding Centre

Event date 2nd June 2017 at 9:00am