North East Scotland College
North East Scotland College is the single largest provider of vocational education and training in the North East of Scotland. We have a course to suit everyone; whether you're fresh out of school, currently working, returning to education or simply want to try something new - whatever your educational or occupational background, an opportunity awaits at NESCol.
We aim to deliver inspirational teaching alongside flexible and accessible courses from each of our modern and well-equipped campuses. Coming to College is a big step and although you are responsible for your own learning, we have a number of expert teams in place to provide support and guidance to help you along the way. Small classes, regular tuition and a range of learning support options are all part of the experience.
Learn More - Earn More - Be More
Whether it's a course you fancy trying just for fun, you want to study a qualification to secure a job or change career, or you would like to learn a new skill for your own personal development - North East Scotland College has a part-time course to suit you! With over 300 courses in subjects ranging from art to cake decoration, engineering to floristry and human resources to TV and radio, we're sure to have something that interests you.
Courses run from our campuses and learning centres throughout the North East as well as in community settings such as local libraries and community centres. Alternatively we offer a wide variety of self-study options giving you the flexibility to choose where and when you want to study.
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Also available to download: www.nescol.ac.uk/courses
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