We have a comprehensive Farm Guide which will give you a wealth of information about both farming and animal management activities at Sparsholt College.
Winchester Farmers’ Market is the largest in the UK, usually hosting over 90 stalls selling delicious, fresh and in-season locally produced high quality food. It is held on the second and last Sunday of each month. It is based in and around the Middle Brook Street car park.
A smaller Farmers’ Market takes place in nearby Romsey on the first Sunday of each month. Both the market and Romsey are well worth the visit if you have a friend with a car, and you get there early.
2016 schedule of Hampshire Farmers’ Markets.
Fees (international tuition fees for 2015/2016)
International tuition fees
If you are ordinarily resident in a country outside the EU/UK you will normally be eligible for the following international annual academic tuition fees for entry in 2015 (the OANDA currency converter is approved by the UKVI – try it here):
Level 3 Diplomas £7800 FdSc Foundation Degrees £9800 FdSc Veterinary Nursing Science £7500 BSc(Hons) undergraduate degrees £9800 BSc(Hons) top-up degrees £9800 MSc postgraduate degrees £10,400
Students requiring a Tier 4 (General) student visa should note the UKVI visa application fee, and the tuition fees deposit required by the College as part of the CAS issuance process. The current (November 2014) UKVI fee for a Tier 4 (General) student visa is £310. The international tuition fees deposit levied by the College is currently (November 2014) £2000.
EU tuition fees
If you are ordinarily resident in a member state of the European Union you will normally be eligible for the following UK annual academic tuition fees for entry in 2015:
FdSc Foundation Degrees £7800 FdSc Veterinary Nursing Science £6000 BSc(Hons) undergraduate degrees £7800 BSc(Hons) top-up degrees £7800 MSc postgraduate degrees £5700
As an EU national, or a family member of an EU national, you can generally apply for financial help to cover the cost of tuition fees for FdSc foundation degrees and BSc(Hons) undergraduate degrees at Sparsholt College if you have been living within the EEA and Switzerland for the three years immediately before the start of your course, and your main reason for being in the EEA and Switzerland was not to receive full-time education. Full details can be found on the GOV.UK website.
EU students are normally not required to pay tuition or examination fees for UK government-funded Level 3 Diploma courses if they have not reached their 19th birthday on 1st September of the year in which their course begins.