East Sussex College is the newly formed college following the merger between Sussex Coast College Hastings and Sussex Downs College.
We have campuses in Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes, and Newhaven, and provide high quality education and training for almost half of the county’s young people.
We have years of experience of successfully delivering a broad range of academic and vocational programmes. These include A-Levels, Vocational and Technical qualifications, Apprenticeships, and Higher Education.
Our campuses are a place where you’ll be able to be yourself and feel right at home. College is very different to school and you’ll be given independence and you will take responsibility for your own learning.
We are dedicated and care deeply about nurturing and encouraging you to achieve your very best, both academically and personally. We will make sure that we provide you with the very best learning support, provide you with advice and guidance to enable you to make the right choices after college, and give you meaningful experiences and opportunities to equip you for the world of work.
Our current and past students constantly tell us how friendly, supportive, and welcoming we are. They also let us know that they really appreciate being treated like an adult and they feel respected as individuals.
Team Chandlers and Cembrit Triumph in Rally
Led by rally driver Trevor Mudd of Chandlers Building Supplies and accompanied by co-driver Sam Hanks of Cembrit, the team took home the overall winner’s trophy and also scooped the Best Dressed Car Award for its fully ‘pimped up’ three-wheeled Reliant Rialto, affectionately known as Raquel.
Art students from East Sussex College showcase their work to a wider audience in an exhibition at Hastings Arts Forum
The exhibition features the work of Fine Art, Art & Design, Fashion Textiles and Photography students at the college, and includes self-portraits, construction pieces and landscapes.
It’s a second consecutive win in the WorldSkills Finals for East Sussex College Beauty Therapy alumni - Rebecca West wins Gold!
Team UK, made up of the country’s top young students and apprentices, flew home on Wednesday (28th August) in a cloud of gold and glory after competing in the WorldSkills Finals in Kazan, Russia. Among them, bringing home the gold for Team UK, was East Sussex College Lewes alumni, Rebecca West.
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A graduation ceremony at Eastbourne Town Hall in July marked the end of a fast-paced, challenging and ultimately life-changing year of study. The mature students completed subject pathways including Medical Sciences, Combined Sciences, Teacher Education, Social Sciences and Humanities, Business and Law, and Nursing and Healthcare. They were joined by friends and family to celebrate their achievements.
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