About Wellington College
A centre for young learners aged 12-17
Wellington College is located in the royal county of Berkshire, which is also home to the Queen's residence of Windsor Castle. One of England's largest and most exclusive private schools, it was founded by Queen Victoria in 1859 in memory of the Duke of Wellington. Today, Wellington College is building international links and has set up a partner school in Tianjin, in China. The school in China is built identically to that of the college in the UK.
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A modern teaching block
All classrooms have interactive whiteboards or digital projectors
A contemporary sports hall
Sports fields catering for a range of activities
State-of the-art residential accommodation
Free internet access
Crowthorne West Berkshire RG45 7PU
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Free airport transfers
Free transfers (on scheduled arrival and departure days) for courses from Wellington College are available from: London Heathrow (36km/22 miles)
London Gatwick (80km/49 miles)
To request a transfer from another airport, please request a quote at the time of booking.
Proximity to popular UK cities
Wellington College is:
62km/39 miles from London
85km/53 miles from Oxford
135km/84 miles from Bath
Enjoy a range of activities at Wellington College from arts and crafts, horse riding, tennis, performing arts, football, golf, cricket and swimming.
*Golf is only available as part of Focus English Study tours
Popular study tour destinations from Wellington College include:
See the sights including Big Ben, the London Eye on a river cruise and the world-class National Gallery
Take a historic tour of the ‘city of spires’, explore the colleges and enjoy a river punt tour
Visit At-Bristol, one of the UK’s biggest and most exciting interactive science centres
Visit the River and Rowing Museum and explore the picturesque riverside town, famous for its annual rowing regatta
Visit this Roman city and tour the Abbey and the Roman Baths