Politics, Law and Philosophy students recently took part in simulation Brexit negotiations on campus, a day-long process discussing a range of contentious issues surrounding the Brexit debate. 

Alton College is proud of its long-standing history of delivering high-quality academic and enrichment opportunities and for its innovative approach to education. We are delighted to continue in this tradition by announcing that from September 2019 we will be working with the Chelsea Football Club Foundation (CFCF). 

Our next Open Days takes place on Thursday 4th October, 3.30-8.00pm and Tuesday 9th October, 6.00-8.30pm. Visit us and speak to our specialist and experienced staff who can advise you on the best study programmes to suit you and explain how our unique personal support will help you to succeed every step of the way.

Alton College students have once again achieved excellent results this year with an overall pass rate of 98.2% in A level and vocational courses including a 100% pass rate across 23 A level subjects and 14 vocational subjects. 52% of students achieved high grades of A*-B or equivalent with an outstanding 31% of students achieving the very top grades of A*-A or equivalent.  

In May, students and staff from the Physics department visited CERN in Switzerland. Student Katelyn Chelberg gives us her account of the trip. 

Science and Maths students were busy right up to the end of term with a range of trips and activities. Students studying Applied Science visited the University of Bournemouth for an Insight day into Forensic Science, Maths students visited the University of Portsmouth for a Problem Solving Day and Biology students undertook the Intermediate Olympiad.