Otley College


Although historically known as an agricultural college, Otley College in Suffolk offers a diverse range of courses with fishery studies being amongst the most recent developments. Currently around 5000 learners attend the college, with around half of these students studying on distance learning courses.

Otley College has a wide range of on site facilities including a fully functioning commercial carp farm, ornamental aquatics area containing a wide range tropical and coldwater fish species, access to leading game and coarse fisheries around East Anglia. the college also has links with industry such as government organisations like Cefas and the Environment Agency as well as leading fishery management companies and fish farms around the UK.

Web: http://www.otleycollege.ac.uk/fishery-studies/

Available Courses

Title Entry Requirements Level Full/Part Time
Fish Management 4 GCSEs grade C or above, level 2, or BTEC first diploma 3 Full Time
Fish Husbandry 2 GCSEs grade D or above 2 Full Time