Oswestry Campus

Contact Oswestry Campus: 01691 688000 or email info@nsc.ac.uk

Oswestry Campus offers some of the best educational facilities in Shropshire – an exciting, modern campus on a shared site with the superb, purpose-built Oswestry Leisure Centre. Our purposeful learning environment provides an excellent range of classrooms and well-resourced learning facilities, including new dedicated study centres.

We are well equipped to provide for students with disabilities, with lifts to all levels, designated parking bays, and fully-equipped toilets. As your local College, with a wide network of transport links, we are easy to get to – allowing you to concentrate on your studies, rather than the journey to and from College. Within the campus there is a choice of places to eat and drink (Scholars Restaurant, Refectory and Snack Bar), a shop open all day during term time, and the Visage commercial salon in the atrium.

We provide a range of enrichment opportunities designed to take advantage of the fantastic leisure facilities on our doorstep, and the outstanding range of overseas trips we can offer (many funded by the Erasmus+ Programme).

Internet access is increasingly important to our students, not least to access Moodle (our virtual learning environment). We have over 300 PCs linked to superfast broadband, along with numerous Wi-Fi zones within the College.



Specialist Facilities Include:




  • Four hair and beauty salons meeting the latest professional standards

  • Dedicated art studio, with ceramics and photography facilities

  • Six computer classrooms plus graphics/multimedia workshop with a suite of Apple Macs

  • Professional teaching kitchen and Scholars restaurant

  • High-quality sports pitch, training pitch and Multi-Use Games Area.

  • Construction Centre

  • Two fully-equipped Science laboratories





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