Expand your knowledge on plant and fungal science from the world's best experts. We offer programmes for schools, higher education and vocational training.
Inspire your children with a visit to our two botanic gardens.
Schools at Kew Gardens
The historic buildings, exceptional plant collections, glorious grounds and vital scientific research will inspire curiosity about the world, its plants and its people.
Schools at Wakehurst
Our wild botanic garden is the perfect setting for an outdoor classroom. Our vital scientific research in the Millennium Seed Bank and our 500 acres of woodland will suit all types of learning.
Study with Kew Science
Find out more about Kew's MSc course, PhD opportunities, training courses and internships.
Our unique Masters course teaches vital plant and fungal identification skills in the context of evolutionary biology, conservation theory and practice. Includes field work in Madagascar and a six-month research project.
Over 50 PhD students carry out doctoral training and research at Kew, with access to our world-class scientific collections, facilities and expertise.
School of Horticulture
The School of Horticulture is a centre of excellence for horticultural and botanical education. Study for one of our world-renowned qualifications.
Other ways to learn at Kew
Whether you're after a one-day course, or part of a community project, we have something for you.
Looking to brush up a few skills or start something new? Take one of our courses in photography, art, horticultural or wellbeing.
Talks and lectures
Our experts are passionate about sharing knowledge. The Kew Mutual Improvement Society lecture series will update you on the latest discoveries.
Community and access
There are many accessible opportunities for groups and individuals to learn more about science, history, collections and horticulture.