National 5 and Higher Enrolement Event

National 5 and Higher Enrolement Event

If you already meet the course entry requirements for a National 5/Higher/Advanced Higher course come along to our enrolment event in May to apply. National 5 and Highers Enrolment Event 18 May 2017 4.00pm-7.00pm Sighthill Campus Bankhead Avenue, EH11 4DE On the day you can: Speak to course advisors and funding experts Apply for your…

Edinburgh College illustration student Aimee Ferrier

Illustration student’s magic witchy win

A gloomy young witch, some visual wizardry and a sprinkling of magic have helped Edinburgh College illustration student Aimee Ferrier win a top local design prize. Aimee’s design for the front cover of a new children’s novel – Ruby McCracken: Tragic Without Magic – won her the Kelpies Design and Illustration Prize 2017 and will…

Part-Time Courses, flexible learning

Part-Time Courses At Edinburgh College we offer a wide range of courses to suit your lifestyle, fitting your studies around your life rather than the other way around. Part-time courses allow you to: add a few more qualifications to get that entrance to University gain extra qualifications while working learn online at your own pace…

Mhairi scoops Creativepool award

Edinburgh-based photographer Mhairi Bell-Moodie, who has recently graduated from the BA Photography at Edinburgh College, has been announced as a winner of Creativepool Annual 2017 Awards. The annual awards celebrate creative excellence from 17 countries across 33 categories. Mhairi was awarded judges’ choice in the Photography Individual category for her series FLUX. FLUX is a…

Student shortlisted for video awards

Edinburgh College HND Visual Communication students Hazel Pike, Beth Wilson and Alicia Gonzalez are on the shortlist for the 2017 IPA (Institute of Practitioners in Advertising) Scotland Student Advertising Awards. Now in its second year, the awards are aimed at students looking to kick-start their career in advertising. This year’s competition brief centred on promoting…

Part Time courses: Nicholas Noel Barham

Nicholas is a familiar face at the college, having completed a full-time HNC in Sport, Fitness and Exercise with us in June of this year, as well as a professional cookery course a couple of years back. He recently finished his Cosca Certificate in Counselling Skills course at the college on a part-time basis. This…

Part Time courses: Valeria Pezzi

Valeria moved to Edinburgh seven years ago from Italy. She studied her CIPD Foundation Learning and Development Practice certificate at Edinburgh College from September 2014 to June 2015. At the time she was working as a full-time trainer in a private company when she decided she would like to make a career change without the…

Swap your direction to University

The Scottish Wider Access Programme (SWAP) is a partnership between colleges and universities to support access to higher education for adults. At Edinburgh College, there are many courses available to help those with few or no qualifications begin their path to university. Swap your direction to University like Chris SWAP courses have helped hundreds of people…

ECSA named Scotland’s best

Edinburgh College Students’ Association (ECSA) is celebrating after winning top honour of College Students’ Association of the Year at the NUS (National Union of Students) Scotland Awards. ECSA won the main prize in the NUS Scotland Awards for its work over the last year to support Edinburgh College students. It beat City of Glasgow College…

Troy in the finals for Gibby Scholarship

Edinburgh College student Troy Flood, who is currently studying the Level 1 City & Guilds Diploma in Professional Cookery, is through to the finals of the Gibby Culinary Scholarship at Gleneagles Hotel. Troy is one of six competing for a full-time position at Gleneagles in the competition. In order to secure his place, he had…

Students help pupils’ creative potential

City school pupils are unshackling their imaginations and getting help to explore creative careers thanks to a project set up by two Edinburgh College Graphic Design students. College students have set up the Creative Ambassador Project, where they go into schools to work directly with students in Art and Design classes to give them the…

Creative Exchange The Corn Exchange 29 Constitution Street Leith Edinburgh EH6 7BS

British Council visit Edinburgh College

The college recently hosted 36 international delegates as part of a three-day British Council Seminar on enterprise training. Delegates from Nigeria, Uzbekistan, India, Cuba, USA, Bahamas, Jamaica, Chile and Trinidad and Tobago attended presentations and workshops to discuss the current and global thinking on enterprise and entrepreneurial training in the international skills agenda. Madeleine Brown…