CAMPUS SITE MAPS
The largest campus in Cornwall College, is at Camborne and is home to many of our university-level courses and includes Cornwall Business School. The facilities are amongst the best in the South West and include a new £5 million IT-based Learning Centre. Cornwall College Camborne has seen a remarkable investment in new facilities in recent years with upwards of £18 million spent on new buildings, resources and facilities for our students and the local community.
The newest campus site of Cornwall College is situated on around six acres of land just a stone's throw from Newquay Zoo and Trenance Leisure Park. Cornwall College Newquay is a young vibrant college which specialises in the delivery of courses on conservation and practical zoology.
Located on the River Tamar, Cornwall College Saltash specialises in information technology. The small learning groups and friendly atmosphere mean the College enjoys a high success rate for its students. The area is famous for sailing and other watersports and it is minutes away from the nightlife of Plymouth.
Well known for its welcoming and friendly atmosphere, Cornwall College St Austell prides itself on being a centre of excellence for both academic and vocational education. It has offered a wide range of Access Courses since 1989, providing adults with the best preparation for higher education. The College is actively involved in developing new Higher National programmes and Degree modules to extend part-time and full-time university-level opportunities to students of all ages. Now boasts brand new facilities at the new campus site formerly known as John Keay House.
Duchy College has 2 main campus sites, Rosewarne and Stoke Climsland, although it also has smaller centres based at Feadon Farm and the Wadebridge County Showground. The attractive campus of Duchy College Rosewarne is situated close to the rugged North Cornwall coast, providing a wide range of courses in horticulture, floristry, animal care, landbased engineering, conservation, veterinary nursing and agriculture.
Stoke Climsland is a residential campus, specialising in equine studies, agricultural training, land-based programmes and a variety of sports based programmes including golf, football and rugby. Facilities include a purpose-built Learning Resources Centre and library, IT centre and corporate suite, machinery workshops, social club and sports hall.
The beautiful seaside port of Falmouth is internationally renowned for its marine-based courses. Being based in some of the best diving and sailing waters in the UK, it promises to be an exciting environment in which to study. The Falmouth Marine School offers courses ranging from marine biology to watersports, and qualifications are available at all levels. We also offer courses in health & social care and IT & business.