Boston College provides over 400 courses, up to and including degree level, along with a wide range of vocational training courses as well as A/AS levels, GCSEs and Diplomas. The College also works with many businesses and offers apprenticeships for those of you who want to earn as you learn. Whatever your age, you can choose something that will expand your horizons and give you the confidence to succeed.

Every year, Boston College welcomes approximately 8,000 students through its doors. About 1,600 of these study full time, up to 200 are International students from across the globe and 200 more are studying at Higher Education level. The College's part time students vary from apprentices to adult learners and degree students. You can study courses with the College during the day or evening, in Boston, Spalding or even in your workplace.

The College is situated close to the town centre of Boston with four campuses in close proximity to each other, as well as a campus in the heart of Spalding.

At the main campus, Rochford, you will find the dedicated Sixth Form Centre (SIXTH), University Centre, the Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology (EMAT) Centre, a brand new Digital, Transport and Logistic Academy (DTLA) and Institute of Technology (IOT) , along with workshops and industry styled classrooms for the wide variety of vocational courses. Peter Paine Performance Centre is the College's sports centre and the Sam Newsom Centre is a dedicated music and performing arts centre. The Ingelow Centre is Boston College's Foundation (Entry/SEND) purpose-built building.


Contact Details:


Phone: 01205 365701

Open Days

  • Virtual Apprenticeship Open Event, Tuesday 11thMarch, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Virtual Open Event, Anytime Anywhere

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Federation of Lincolnshire Colleges

Boston College is a part of the Federation of Lincolnshire Colleges, you can read more about the federation and compare the colleges by following the link below.

This brochure introduces the nine Greater Lincolnshire colleges and provides a flavour of what each of them can offer students.

Take a look here