With modern facilities, a huge range of courses in everything from agriculture to health and beauty and everything students need to enhance their learning, East Durham College is committed to the advancement and enhancing the career prospects of every student.
Operating across three campuses in Peterlee and Houghall in Durham, the college has a wide range of facilities including a 220-seat theatre, professional music studios, sports hall, equestrian centre, small animal care unit, art department, health and beauty salon, catering restaurant, working farm and many other facilities.
You can view all of the latest happenings at East Durham College by visiting our news section on the college’s website.
The Peterlee campus includes a 220 seat theatre, TV studio, Mac editing suites, art studio, beauty salon, sports hall, restaurant, construction workshops, travel agents, football pitches, gym, large social spaces/canteen and much more.
Specialising in land-based studies, the Houghall campus includes a small animal care unit, equestrian centre, dog kennels, working farm, commercial garden centre, hoticulture lab, dog grooming salon, floristry studios and social/informal break-out learning space.
Specialist centre made for construction and engineering training.
East Durham College has three sites - the Peterlee Campus at Willerby Grove, the Technical Academy at Peterlee's South West Industries Estate and the Houghall Campus near Durham City.
You can find the college at the following addresses:
East Durham College
East Durham College
The Technical Academy
1 Palmer Road
South West Industrial Estate
Thousands of students from East Durham College have gone on to do amazing things.
You can view a selection of our student’s success stories by visiting our website.
Interested in coming along for an opening day? All of the dates are available on the college’s website.
Good news if you're under 19 years old on or before 31st August - studying with us is FREE (criteria apply and excludes full cost courses).
If you're aged 19 to 23 and studying on a level 2 or level 3 course, and don't already have a level 2 or level 3 qualification, your course may also be free. Student Services can advise if you qualify for fees remission.
Aged 19+ and thinking about studying a Level 3, 4 or 5 qualification? Then the good news is that you may qualify for an Advanced Learning Loan.
Course fees are subject to change. For the latest details, visit our website.
To apply for a course at EDC, you should do so as soon as you can. Some courses fill up quickly, so it's important to register your interest as soon as possible.
You are also welcome to apply in person - simply visit the Houghall or Peterlee campus and we can help you complete your application.
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