Queen Alexandra College is a National College for People with Disabilities based in Birmingham.
It also provides education, training and routes to independent living and employment.
We welcome students who come to our College from all over the country as well as many who are local to us.
In addition to supporting people who have a visual impairment, we offer support and guidance 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.
Ultimately, we have a great mix of students which adds to the wonderful atmosphere here in College.
Class sizes are small and support levels high at Queen Alexandra College. Students may work at entry level, or gain vocational qualifications in a wide range of subject areas. Residential and day places are available.
- New buildings with the latest technology
- Fitness centre
- State-of-the-art sports hall
- Sports field
- Sensory room
- Onsite travel training area
- Library and student centre
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