Located on the outskirts of historic Salisbury, the College’s Salisbury campus offers a wide range of vocational and creative courses from entry level through to degrees validated by some of the UK’s top universities.
The campus is currently undergoing a £14million redevelopment to refresh a large proportion of its teaching facilities and has already seen a suite of labs completed to facilitate exciting new courses in the Life Sciences.
The development at our Salisbury campus was made possible by over £24m of investment into our Salisbury and Lackham campuses, secured by the Swindon & Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (SWLEP). More than £14million is being spent on refurbishing a new building and transforming the whole campus. Work started on re-cladding the exterior of the campus in November 2018, and in June 2019 building works commenced to replace the Bourne building at the heart of the campus.
As a College, we are proud of our partnerships with some of the UK’s top universities. Our Science, Photography and Film Degrees are validated by Bournemouth University. And with an extensive range of industry-standard facilities at our Salisbury campus, our degrees give our students the competitive edge to thrive and succeed in their chosen sector. Our photography students have access to the latest digital imaging software, fully equipped studios, large and medium format cameras and more. Film production and cinematography students have access to a range of the latest professional broadcast equipment including digital cameras, sound and lighting equipment and non-linear edit suites. Find out more and apply to study with us today.
Students on our courses in Hair and Beauty learn in our Aspire Salons. Light, bright and welcoming, the industry-standard salons are fully equipped with a range of professional equipment and leading brands such as Dermalogica, L’Oréal Professionnel and Jane Iredale, giving students the opportunity to learn in a real salon environment using high-quality products.
The salons are open to the public, with all treatments provided by supervised students and offered at a representative rate. To find out more about the Aspire Salons across the College or book an appointment, follow the link.
The Wessex Restaurant is a student-run restaurant open to members of the public once a week. Our Catering and Hospitality students experience life in the industry right from the start, training in professional, industry standard kitchens on campus. They put their training to the test by serving food to paying customers at The Wessex Restaurant. As well as food service, students learn how to make hot and cold drinks, take orders, serve food and provide exceptional customer service, all under the supervision of our trained staff.
St Mary’s Halls of Residence features 66 student rooms, available to anyone enrolled on a course at level 2 or above. The rooms have self-catering facilities and communal areas including a bar, lounge area, games room, gym and computer room. Find out more and apply for accommodation here.
The campus is home to a fantastic range of creative arts programmes for school leavers, including Art and Design, Games Development, Film , Media, Music and Performing Arts.
Delivered by experienced, specialist tutors in our industry-standard workshops, classrooms and studios, our courses are a great introduction to the creative industries.
The media division includes Mac suites, state-of-the-art music recording and production studios and specialist games development suites, as well as ‘The Cave’, our new games experience hub.
Art and Design students work in quiet, dedicated studio spaces, specialist darkroom and textile facilities and 3D workshop areas, and can access a range of creative software in our IT facilities.
Bespoke construction facilities in Salisbury’s Craft Centre are designed for teaching trades including plumbing and gas, carpentry and joinery, bricklaying and electrical installation. Taught by experienced and knowledgeable tutors, our students learn in realistic training environments with industry standard equipment.
The large motor vehicle workshops at Salisbury are home to a range of vehicles for students to learn and train with.
The workshops also house a diverse range of industry-standard equipment including hydraulic lifts and ramps, fault-finding diagnostic equipment, air conditioning machines, power and hand tools and CAD software. Students learn about a wide range of vehicle systems from specialist tutors with industry experience and knowledge.