The Isle of Wight College is a General FE College with a broad curriculum that reflects the needs of the Island community.
The College works with a range of associates and partners to bring specialist expertise and local knowledge to projects.
Information about grading for students who were due to sit GCSE exams summer 2020.
We are proud of the recognition The College receives, our successes speak for themselves.
The College has its own Career Adviser to ensure all students have access to independent, impartial information, advice and guidance.
It’s not only the students & staff who benefit from the services on offer, members of the public are welcome to visit The College and take advantage of them too.
The Corporation is the overarching body that governs the day-to-day operations of The College.
Find dates for your diary, such as term dates, holidays, staff development days and more.
Our Employer Training Team deliver tailored training solutions to develop the skills of your staff/work force.
Programmes of Study at all levels are flexible in their length and content and will be tailored to best suit your individual needs, qualifications and experience.
The Isle of Wight College believes in the principle of freedom from discrimination for everyone.
Frequently asked questions to help you gain a better understanding of what it’s like to study at The College.
Being part of The Isle of Wight College couldn’t be easier, simply choose from our wide range of course areas and apply online.
Children looked after and care leavers have a named advisor they can contact at college for help.
Advice, resources and information for parents/guardians to help students achieve their full potential while studying at The College.
All children and adults with care and support needs (CASN) have the right to be protected from harm All staff have a key role to play in the prevention of harm and a responsibility to act on any suspicion, concern or disclosure that may indicate that a child or adult with CASN is at risk […]
Access staff & student resources online, such as MyLife services, Staff/Student portals, webmail and more.
Support, information and specialist services to enhance your student experience at The College.
Find out what it’s like to study at The College, including info for International students, 14-16 year olds and Higher Education students.
Different qualifications are grouped together into various ‘levels’ to help you see how qualifications compare and how one type can lead on to another.
We don’t want travel costs to be a barrier stopping you from coming to study with us, discover the travel options available to you for studying at CECAMM.
We don’t want travel costs to be a barrier stopping you from coming to study with us, discover the travel options available to you for attending College.