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Padworth College is a small sixth form international boarding college, offering a highly personalised education, preparing students from all over the world, aged 14 to 19 years, for entry to leading universities globally. we offer a range of academic programmes, including I/GCSEs, A Levels and the NCUK International Foundation Year programme.

Since we were established in 1963, we have helped thousands of students from the UK and overseas achieve excellent academic results and gain entry to some of the best universities in the UK.

Situated on a beautiful campus, close to the university town of Reading and within a 50 miles radius of 40 universities, including 7 Russell Group institutions, we are a great place for students to love, learn and thrive.
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International Study Centre - school has a linked, international study centre for overseas students wishing to improve their English.

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