Chichester College is the largest provider of further education in West Sussex. In 2012–2013 the College educated and trained over 19,000 full and part-time students. Chichester College is a key provider of education and employment to those in its local communities and makes a critical contribution to local economic development. It was established on its current site in Chichester in 1964 and also has a 570-acre land-based provision on its Brinsbury campus near Pulborough. Its turnover is in excess of £48m per annum and it employs over 1,250 full and part-time staff.
Chichester Campus is situated a short walk from the main city centre and Brinsbury Campus is situated in the heart of the South Downs.
The College offers its community learning opportunities at all levels, from Foundation and Entry through to professional qualifications and Foundation Degrees. The College offers all 15 skills areas and a full ladder of learning exists in the vast majority of vocational areas, which enable students to progress from Level 1 to Level 3. The College is the largest A-level provider in the Chichester area and also offers some vocational qualifications at Levels 4, 5, and 7.
Westgate Fields, Chichester