Although we are not currently open as normal due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can still receive course advice and apply for courses. Whether you are looking to retrain in a new career or are awaiting the outcome of calculated GCSE grades, please do not worry we have a wide variety of courses at all levels. We encourage you to apply now to secure your place for September 2020.
We have been a centre for horticultural studies since 1968 and have developed an unrivalled reputation for excellence and strong industry links.
By studying with us, you will be introduced to a unique array of plant collections, both within our campuses and across the capital, providing you with the opportunity to work within some of London’s most prestigious parks and gardens.
Improving the quality of London’s gardens and landscapes is of paramount importance; by joining our further education courses in horticulture, landscape construction, fruit and vegetable growing, and golf greenkeeping, you can play a vital role in this.
Your developing knowledge and skills will enable you to get involved in the design and implementation of gardens for a variety of national horticulture shows, as well as the regeneration and redevelopment of parks and gardens in our local communities.
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FacilitiesYou will have access to over 30 acres of gardens at our Enfield Campus, our two farms and the extensive plant collections and open spaces at our Crystal Palace Park, Gunnersbury Park, Regent’s Park and Mottingham campuses, providing you with the opportunity for inspirational practical learning.
Additionally, our students undertake work experience within the industry and benefit from numerous educational visits to horticultural businesses, green spaces, roof gardens, community spaces, urban pocket parks and the traditional gardens of Kew, Wisley, Audley End and Hyde Hall.