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Writtle College is proud of its heritage and history which began in 1893. Our very special institution continues
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A world class
Writtle College attracts students from across the globe. Our specialist courses, expert academic staff and
proximity to London all create a thriving international community.
A large UNESCO World Heritage reserve is a step closer to being established across the Altai Mountain region straddling the border between Russia and Kazakhstan thanks to the work
Third year Agriculture students are working on a crop trial with Strutt and Parker Farms. They are working on a field of cover crops near Dunmow. The first stage of the project
Writtle College is providing postharvest expertise to a major producer of potatoes, carrots and onions in Russia. Dr Chris Bishop, Reader in Postharvest Technology, is providing
Two Writtle College alumni, who have gone onto successful and high profile careers as garden designers, have been shortlisted for Society of Garden Designers awards. Patricia Fo
Members of the Essex branch of the Institute of Directors today <23 September 2015> held a series of masterclasses at Writtle College. Chaired by Tim Price, the Instituteís Ess
Two horses rehomed at Writtle College after being rescued by World Horse Welfare feature in a new fundraising appeal for the charity. Mrs Potts and Jodi were the second pair of
An equine student who has a rare disability affecting all four of her limbs has competed in the RDA National Championships. Kyrby Brown, who is in her second year of an Equine S
A Writtle College postgraduate has won a second major national award for her landscape architecture dissertation. Jacqui Jobbins, from Bradwell on Sea, has won the Masters prize
Writtle College Sports Turf twin students, Anthony and Stuart Facey, have been shortlisted for the Young Groundsman of the Year accolade at the prestigious Institute of Groundsmans
Turner Prize-winning artist Professor Grenville Davey and Essex farming stalwart Robert Howie were honoured alongside graduates at the Writtle College ceremonies today <3 September