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Colleges offering further education qualifications in forestry, arboriculture and urban forestry

Further education is any study completed after compulsory education (high school) that is not higher education. Vocational qualifications in forestry and A-levels can be studied in colleges across the UK. Many land-based colleges also provided industry specific qualifications such as licences to practice as well. Vocational qualifications offered at colleges are typically free to those under the age of 24. However, you should check with the college you have applied to with regard to costs and funding for a specific course.

The following are details of further education establishments that offer full-time and part-time forestry and urban forestry vocational qualifications. While every possible effort is made to keep this information up to date, occasionally colleges discontinue qualifications so you should check with the college before making any further plans.

The following is a list of colleges offering forestry and urban forestry qualifications in England and Wales

Askham Bryan College, York-

Bridgewater and Taunton College-

Capel Manor College, Enfield-

Chichester College-

Coleg Cambria-

Cornwall College Group-

Derby College-

East Durham College-

Easton & Otley College- 


Hadlow College- 

Hereford & Ludlow College-

Kingston Maurward College-

Merrist Wood College- 

Moulton College- 

Myerscough College- 

Newton Rigg College- 

Plumpton College-

Reaseheath College- 

Sparsholt College- 

Warwickshire College-