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Agriculture at London's environmental college

Did you know you can study the science and practice of farming, in London?

The agricultural industry continuously relies on new talent to seek innovative and sustainable ways of meeting the demands of the world, no matter where you live.

When you study agriculture with us you will develop a mix of technical skills and knowledge and gain hands-on, practical experience at our certified organic Forty Hall Farm in Enfield, Crystal Palace Park Farm, and other city farms across the capital, including Mudchute Farm.

You will also support breeding programmes in conjunction with the Rare Breeds Survival Trust and provide high welfare for livestock species, operate farm machinery and harvest crops.

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Award in Controlled Environmental Agriculture (Level 2)

Agriculture-level 3

Agriculture (Farm Management) Advanced Diploma (Level 3)


Agriculture (Farming) Intermediate Diploma (Level 2)

Everything you need to know about studying with us

We empower young people to follow their passions by offering a range of courses and supporting young people and their families in the important transition from school to college. You benefit from:

  • The opportunity to work outdoors and in real-life environments
  • Internationally recognised qualifications
  • Inspiring, training facilities
  • Opportunities to enter national competitions
  • Professional career guidance
  • An alternative to the traditional school setting

Samer landed skills that matter

Getting to know where our food comes from and being in contact with the livestock were my favourite parts of the course. I have gained knowledge that will help me run my own farm in the countryside one day. Samer studied agriculture and wildlife management.

Career prospects

Farm Manager

As a farm manager, you will plan finances and production to maintain farm progress as well as undertake practical activities, such as operating machinery and feeding livestock.

Nature Reserve Manager

National parks, local wildlife trusts and large estates require rangers, wardens, and experts. You could help build hedges and dry-stone walls, as well as maintain biodiversity in rural and urban green spaces.


Ecologists look at relationships in the natural world; studying how animals, plants and humans interact with each other. You will often work outdoors conducting fieldwork and then examine your findings in a laboratory.

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  • By bus: 157, 358, 410, 249, 432, 322, 417, 3, 363, 202 and 931

    By rail: Served by Crystal Palace Station (from Victoria, London Bridge and Dalston Junction)

  • By car: The Campus is situated just off junction 25 of the M25 and the A10 Southbound

    By rail: Served by Turkey Street Station (from Liverpool Street Station), the College is approximately 20 mins walk from Turkey Street

    By bus: Buses 217 and 317

  • By bus: Jevington Way, Alnwick Road, and Mottingham Way stops are within five minutes' walk of the Campus

    By rail: Mottingham station is a 23 minute walk from the Campus, with regular services to London Charing Cross, London Bridge, Cannon Street and Dartford

    By car: Mottingham Campus is located on Mottingham Lane, just two minutes’ drive from the A20 Sidcup Road/South Circular Road roundabout

  • By tube: The Campus is very well served by tube stations on various lines including Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line), Great Portland Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan lines), Baker Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo lines) and Camden Town (Northern line)

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