Set within the stunning location of Old Warden Park, Shuttleworth College offers a wide variety of full-time and part-time courses, making full use of the natural resources available, which include parkland, farm land, lakes and woodland. What a great place to study! If you live at a distance you can benefit from our travel scheme, or you might like to consider staying in our Halls of Residence – often our students are so happy living on site that they don’t want to leave!
Courses offered at Shuttleworth College
If commuting to Shuttleworth College will be difficult for you, then you can choose to live in our halls of residence on campus. Priority is given to those who live the furthest distance from the College so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.
For more information on our accommodation options, see our accommodation page.
Recreation & social life
Any current or past student will tell you the same thing about their time at Shuttleworth College – it’s all about working hard, making friends and having a good time, all the time knowing that you are at a College that really cares about your enjoyment and success.
For more information on recreation at Shuttleworth College, see our recreation page
Address & directions
Old Warden Park
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Shuttleworth College is two miles due west of the A1 where it bypasses Biggleswade, approximately 30 miles from Junction 23 on the M25. From the A1 take the westbound exit at the Biggleswade north roundabout. Continue straight on, following the signs to Shuttleworth College. Access to the College is via the entrance in the village of Old Warden.
Trains on the Great Northern Line are available from Kings Cross and stop at Biggleswade station, three miles away from Old Warden.
Whether you're arriving via car, bus, train, cycle or foot, use the Travel planner below to get step-by-step instructions on how to get to Shuttleworth College.
Launch the Travel planner by selecting Shuttleworth College below. Note: the Google Maps interface will open in a new window so make sure you take a note of Steps 2-3!
On the left-hand side of the page, enter your postcode in the box marked and click on
'Get Directions'. You can change your mode of transport via the icons above the box.
The best route will now appear visually on the map to the right, whilst the suggested route instructions will appear on the left-hand side.
Need help with the cost of coming to College? Find out what financial support is available to help with travel costs.