Floristry study in the UK

Floristry in the UK

Career options, entry requirements and rankings for Floristry.

Study Floristry in the UK

Floristry Courses in the UK

Floristry course in the UK are ideal for students wishing to gain a more in-depth knowledge of the industry and are ideal for beginners, or those who already have experienced and work in the sector. You will learn floral arrangements, bouquets, colour theory and many more practical and traditional techniques. All tutors are professionals from within the industry, ideally placed to teach students.

Applying for a Floristry course?

SI-UK is here to help with your Floristry application. Get started today and arrange your free consultation at an SI-UK office or via Skype.

The UK flower market is worth £1.5bn annually, but the number of fully qualified florists has fallen almost 60% in the last year, meaning there is a huge demand for florists to plug that shortfall.

Careers in Floristry

A Floristry award will equip students to work in areas such as floral design, freelance design, event decoration and teaching.

Floristry Entry Requirements

  • International Baccalaureate requirements: 24 points.
  • IELTS requirements: 5.5 overall, with no lower than 5.0 in any one component.

Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK institution.

Where to study Floristry in the UK?

Learn more about five of the best institutions in the UK who offer Floristry courses below:

Apply to study Floristry

If you are interested in learning more about studying Floristry in the UK, arrange your free consultation today. Don't forget the Premium Service will guarantee you at least one offer from a UK university!

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