Our academic roots are buried deep in the Oxford tradition.

Warnborough began in Oxford in 1973. It has a solid academic record for official examination successes, accredited awards and pathways to UK and other universities. Warnborough values diversity in its student body and its real sense of community.  Education is more than just reading books and passing exams – it is also about having fun.

We take your education seriously.

  • Small classroom sizes – leading to a more personalised educational experience and improved learning
  • Our teachers are qualified, but more importantly, they are experienced in their disciplines
  • We are your educators, but we are also your friends and your family away from home – your success is our success

We believe in academic quality at all levels. This is verified externally by ASIC (we are a Premier College), the NCFE and our various university partners. Also, we are an institutional member of the College of Teachers (London).

An impressive pedigree

Thousands of students have gone on to further studies at other educational institutions worldwide, and forged successful careers in all fields. A Warnborough education can be experienced through study here in Canterbury, by distance learning, by blended learning, or through one of our Academic Partners. With our corporate partners, we even take our training into offices and factories.

Students who study in Canterbury will get the opportunity to experience life in a 2000-year old English city. It is a vibrant and safe university city, close to London, in the beautiful ‘Garden of England’. This is a great opportunity to make friends from England and around the world, expand your world view and experience personal growth. As your ‘home away from home’, Warnborough College is committed to your success.

I look forward to personally meeting you.

Dr. Brenden D. Tempest-Mogg (President)
B.A
. (University of New South Wales); M.A. (Essex University); M.Litt. (University of Oxford); Ed.D. (George Washington University).
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (London); Oxford Business Alumni, Said Business School (University of Oxford); Member Oxford Education Society, Department of Education (University of Oxford); Member Oxford Law Society (University of Oxford).