Derby College has several campuses across Derby city centre and South East Derbyshire.
Opened in September 2009 following a £48 million regeneration, The Roundhouse is Derby College's flagship campus.
The grade II* listed building site is home to state-of-the-art facilities for vocational courses including: art and design, hair and beauty, catering and hospitality, engineering, business, care, ICT, and travel and tourism.
The modern Johnson Building is part of the The Roundhouse campus and is home to the sports and motor vehicle departments.
The Joseph Wright Centre
Opened in September 2005, The Joseph Wright Centre is located in Derby city centre and provides state of the art facilities for academic studies and Level 3 vocational courses.
The purpose-built site includes IT suites, modern science laboratories, art and design studios – and a stunning central atrium.
Situated four miles north east of Derby overlooking the scenic Derwent Valley, Broomfield Hall offers a range of specialist practical courses in land-based studies covering everything from agriculture, horticulture and floristry to conservation and animal care.
Broomfield's farms and extensive working estate cover almost 450 acres. The campus also features a well-stocked library, IT facilities, halls of residence, dining room and a student services building.
Built in 1870 and once the home of the Crompton family, the elegant hall boasts original period features and has recently been refurbished in keeping with its historic character.
Derby College - Ilkeston
The merger between Derby College and South East Derbyshire College in February 2010 has secured an exciting future for further education in the region.
Field Road campus facilities include an industry-standard hair and beauty salon, a purpose-built technology centre and specialist construction classrooms.
No 2 Roundhouse Road
Situated next to The Roundhouse, No 2 Roundhouse Road houses the College's Central Administration team, including Human Resources, Finance and the Senior Management Team.
IT Learning Centres
Are you an absolute beginner when it comes to IT? Or are you confident with advanced computing? Either way, you'll find that improving your IT skills can set you apart in today's competitive job market.
Our two IT Learning Centres are based at the The Spot on Osmaston Road and the Quantum Centre on Victory Road.
Employment World offers advice and guidance, including access to short courses, for unemployed young people over the age of 19. Employment World was launched in 2009 and moved to new offices in the city centre at St Peter's House in summer 2011.