Warnborough College was founded in Oxford in 1973. Originally founded for visiting American students, Warnborough soon expanded to take British and other international students. A full history can be seen here.
Warnborough College offers a range of courses:
- University Access Courses
- English Language Courses
- Corporate Training
- Short courses, certificates and diplomas through online learning.
Located in Canterbury
We are located in the famous cathedral and university city of Canterbury (voted safest university city in 2011 by the Good Universities Guide).
Warnborough prizes both its independence and its international, multi-cultural and multi-racial student body and faculty. The college believes in forging links between academic disciplines, between the world of learning and the world of work and between nations, so many of which are represented by its culturally-heterogeneous student body. It is on the basis of these principles and values that Warnborough provides its special education, which features:
- A commitment to academic freedom
- A disciplined exploration of ideas
- Rational discourse, clear thinking and articulate self-expression
- A tolerance of, and an appreciation for, intellectual and cultural differences in a spirit of global awareness and responsibility
- Fostering of international understanding through mutual co-operation among all students
These are the main goals that we should like to see our students achieving.
Warnborough assures equal opportunity for all qualified persons without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, nationality, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status in both the admission to and participation in its programmes and activities.