Stratford-Upon-Avon College

Stratford-Upon-Avon is in the Heart of England and is famous across the world as the birthplace of William Shakespeare.

Master's Programmes



Journey begin in 1877 when weekly classes were held in a room in Stratford Town Hall – a Private Morning Class for ladies; a Private Afternoon Class for gentlemen; and Evening Classes for teachers in public schools, artisans and others.


Library services

SUAC Learn Zone is a purpose-built Library and Learning Resources Centre where you can use computers, borrow books, DVDs and videos, photocopy and scan, and learn to present your work professionally.

The Learn Zone’s facilities cater for different styles of working and include group work, quiet study and silent study areas. There are also specialist subject librarians and IT advisers to help you to find information and master the technology.

Student Life

Campus life

The College is on a compact, level site. It has recently completed a programme of works to ensure that its buildings comply with the requirements of the DDA. All areas of the College are accessible to students with restricted mobility and classes will be scheduled to meet the access needs of students with disabilities.


College is accredited by British Council, Disability Confident Committed Employer, English UK, European Social Fund (ESF) .