One year (from September to September).
Students will work full-time within Kew’s Kitchen Garden.
Students will undertake a two week exchange with students from other horticultural establishments that have significant kitchen gardens. For example, NT Knightshayes, RHS Garden Wisely, Garden Organic’s – Audley End.
Students will attend appropriate Kew Diploma lectures linked to fruit and vegetable production.
A pest and disease project will be carried out, looking at a range of pests and diseases affecting fruit and vegetable plants.
Applicants are expected as a minimum:
A good working knowledge of the English language is essential and evidence to that effect will be requested.
Applicants from overseas will be considered, and acceptance is subject to a Work Permit being granted for non-EU nationals.
Click the link below for more details and to apply for a place on the course.