About Bellerbys College Four centres of excellence in four fantastic cities


Four centres of excellence: four fantastic cities

Bellerbys College focusses on helping students to prepare for a brighter future from the minute they join us. 

Our colleges in Brighton, Cambridge, London and Oxford each offer a specialist focus, enabling you to get the highest quality learning in the best possible environment, led by teachers who share your passion.

We offer a range of programmes, from GCSE and A Level to university preparation with our FoundationUndergraduate Year 1 and English language and summer courses.  

With a Bellerbys education, you can look forward to:

  • expert teaching,
  • first-rate facilities,
  • enrichment and extra-curricular activities that support your learning,
  • comfortable and secure accommodation, 
  • a friendly atmosphere,
  • and caring staff who want you to succeed.

From the moment you arrive, you'll be supported on an exciting journey to independence as you prepare for university and beyond. 

The Bellerbys Way

A tailor-made British education; global horizons; family values.

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Choosing the right university

With so many of the world’s top universities located in the UK, choosing the right one is an important decision. At Bellerbys you'll develop key knowledge needed for university study and we'll support you in getting onto some of the most competitive degree courses.

We'll guide you through each step of the university application process. From advising you on university choices, to helping you write your personal statement or coaching you on interview techniques, we make sure you have all the tools you need to succeed.

Bellerbys College alumni student
To study in an international college is the least stressful way of adjusting to a new place and people. The staff in the College pay attention to every student so parents can be sure that nothing will happen to their child. "
Kymbat from Kazakhstan, studied Science and Pharmacy Foundation and achieved 78%. Now studying Chemistry at Queen Mary, University of London