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Guildford College is the largest in Surrey, with two campuses at Stoke Park and Merrist Wood and over 24,000 students aged between 16-70+. We offer over 900 vocational, academic and leisure courses from foundation to degree level in a broad range of subject areas, designed to help our students improve their career prospects, learn new skills, train to re-enter the job market, prepare for university and develop new interests. There is support for SEN learners. ...Read more

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The College provides good support for students with a range of learning difficulties and/or disabilities across the complete range of courses at all levels from Entry to Higher Education. The Additional Learning Support Unit at each campus welcomes indivdiual queries. If you wish to discuss what is available prior to course interview, Tel: 01483 44 87 17 (Stoke Park), Tel: 01483 88 41 50 (Merrist Wood) or visit www.guildford.ac.uk


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