The University of Winchester is located close to the city centre of Winchester and is one hour away from London by train. It also has a study centre in Basingstoke known as Chute House.
It is a small university of just over 5,600 students studying a range of programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Subjects span the performing arts, social sciences, humanities, teaching, business, law and health and social care.
The institution has a long history having first begun in 1840. It combines this heritage with innovative and forward-looking teaching and learning. Research is key and it provides the foundations of many of our taught programmes.
The original Anglican Foundation established a strong commitment to public service and the public good which still persists today.
The culture of the University of Winchester is informal and the emphasis is on providing a supportive community for students to unlock their potential and become the best they can be in their chosen careers.
Previously King Alfreds College. Home to the John Stripe Theatre.