St Marks Road Binfield, Bracknell, Berks RG42 4AN United Kingdom 44 (0) 1344 407 407
  • Academic staff 33 (9 from Postgraduate School)
  • Admin. staff 64
  • Established 1901
  • Location Bracknell, England
  • Motto A mind-opening experience
  • Principal Dr Philip Brown[2]
  • Type Private
  • Vice principal
Newbold College is a Seventh-day Adventist higher education provider located in Binfield, Berkshire, England; 40 miles west of London. It offers courses in Theology, Business Management, Arts & Social Studies as well as English Language. Newbold Church is also located on the campus. It is an international member of the Council of Independent Colleges and an international affiliate of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Newbold College is a centre of higher education committed to providing quality learning within a Christian ethos. It prepares students for pastoral ministry within the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It also endeavours to develop in students the competencies needed in a range of other positions in the world of work. Newbold aims to provide a caring and harmonious environment in which students can grow as individuals, and advance on their spiritual journey. Newbold welcomes students from diverse backgrounds into a community which values the distinctive contributions they have to make. Newbold encourages students to be an embodiment of Christian values in the communities of which they are a part.
Newbold College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council and Accreditation UK. Through its partnerships with universities in the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States, the College offers undergraduate programmes in Business Management, in Business Studies and in Theology, as well as postgraduate and research programmes in Theology. We also offer a range of Study Abroad options which include the Gap Year, the University Year in England, and the Adventist Colleges Abroad programme. The latter is popular with North American students wanting to pursue studies with a British Heritage emphasis for one or two semesters, while continuing to earn credits towards their US-based college or university programmes. Study Abroad modules are selected from disciplines such as Business Studies, English Literature, History, Media Studies, Music, Psychology, and Religious Studies.
The campus facilities consist of Sailsbury Hall, Murdoch Hall, Library (Roy Graham) and Egremont which constitute the academic and administration buildings. Moor Close, Keough House, Schuil House are the residence halls for student accommodation with family housing located to the north of the campus consisting of Ashgrove, Beechwood and Ceder Close. Sports facilities include a gym and football pitch. Newbold Church Centre and Newbold School are also located within the campus on the south side adjacent to Moor Close Gardens.