Queen Alexandra College (QAC) is a national residential College and charity based in Birmingham that supports a diverse range of student abilities and needs aged 16 and above. We offer an innovative, holistic approach to learning and support with a broad range of study programmes on offer, from pre-entry to Level 3.
We offer education, support and guidance to people who have a visual impairment, for students on the Autistic Spectrum (including individuals with Asperger’s syndrome), those with moderate to severe learning difficulties, students with physical disabilities and those with other needs. We have a large, skilled and diverse staff team who can meet a diverse range of student needs.
We have several campuses campuses, the main being in Harborne, there is the QAC Pinewood campus (dedicated to employment progression) in nearby Woodgate valley and in addition, QAC's Umberslade campus (dedicated to horticulture and out door learning), in nearby Selly Oak. Some students may experience a combination of all. Whichever location of QAC you may attend, you will receive the same high quality experience and specialist support from staff.
Our aim is that your learning is planned around your individual needs, interests and ambitions. Our curriculum aims to maximise adult life, independence and work opportunities for all students. Ultimately, we have a great mix of students and provision which adds to the inclusive atmosphere of QAC. There are over 300 students studying here at QAC but you will be pleased to know that class sizes are small and support levels are high.
Court Oak Road, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9TG
Tel. 0121 428 5050