Knutton Lane, Staffordshire ST5 2GB, United Kingdom 01782 715111
  • Director/Principal Karen Dobson
  • Email
  • Location Knutton Lane, Staffordshire ST5 2GB, UK
  • Type Further Education
  • Vice principal
Newcastle-under-Lyme College is a further education college in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. The current Principal is Karen Dobson. The college was formed as a tertiary college in 1986. However, curriculum provision has now broadened to such an extent and includes a wide range of community and outreach work, university access programmes and adult education that the term “general further education” college better describes its business. Newcastle-under-Lyme is a North Staffordshire town with a population of 123,100, although the conurbation of Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme, together with the Staffordshire Moorlands, accounts for a population of more than 500,000 and it is from this wider catchment area that the College draws the majority of its students.
At Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) you can choose from full-time, part-time, university-level and work-based courses in dozens of different subjects. Each year we deliver excellent education and training to thousands of young people, adults and employers. If you want to progress further in your career, one of our university-level courses could be the key. We offer a growing range of university-level courses, many of which are delivered in partnership with Staffordshire University.

Full-time courses
Part-time courses
University-level courses
Employer training
The college is housed in a new campus on Knutton Lane and offers academic and vocational courses. The new campus contains an HE centre with connections to Staffordshire University, and high-quality sports and engineering facilities. Newcastle-under-Lyme College is proud of the facilities it provides for its students. They include great spaces for socialising, a hairdressing and beauty therapy salon in addition to online resources and learning resource centres designed to enhance the learning experience.