South Cheshire College is the home of post-16 education in Crewe and Nantwich and is one of the leading tertiary and sixth form colleges nationally. From Friday 31st march 2017, South Cheshire College merged with West Cheshire College to create a new FE College for Cheshire, now offering a wide range of learning provision across three campuses – Crewe, Chester and Ellsemere Port. To read more about the exciting opportunities that will arise from this merger, click here.
Our Crewe-based campus is situated in a residential area about one and a half miles from Crewe town centre. It is ten minutes walk from Crewe train station and has close links to Junctions 16 & 17 of the M6.
Students travel to study at our Crewe-based campus from throughout Cheshire, notably Crewe, Nantwich, Alsager, Middlewich, Winsford, Sandbach and Congleton. They also travel from areas much further-a-field from Staffordshire and Shropshire. Indeed, through our International Programme, students travel from across the world to study at South Cheshire College.
The College mainly provides education for 16-19 year-olds but also offers apprenticeships and other work based learning programmes. We also offer Higher Education courses and a range of courses for adults, many of who are returning to education after a long break are also available.