2018 marks 45 years since Warnborough was first founded in Oxford in 1973. Our humble beginnings at Warnborough House on Warnborough Road has seen us grow from one site-based building to providing education around the world through distance and online learning, as well as through our partnerships.
Over the years, we have gone from working with over 500 American universities and colleges to collaborating with academic institutions around the world. Our student base is diverse and help to contribute to our philosophy and vision. Some of our graduates have gone on to achieve amazing things – check out our alumni section.
We now sponsor an annual Arts Conference, which sees participation from many countries. Not bad for a small institution which began as an idea in the head of our visionary founder, Ethyl M. Tempest-Mogg.
To celebrate this happy birthday, we have planned a series of events.
Take a look, and come along and join in.
Photo: An old shot of the College at Boars Hill in Oxford in 1979 with staff and students (thanks to Ana Contreras, who studied with us, then).