Dundee and Angus College comprises three main campuses, two in Dundee and one in Arbroath.
The college has excellent links with many universities, making it easier for students to progress to a degree programme, often directly to second or third year.
There are around 20,000 full time and part time students across the three campuses.
Courses and subjects
Courses range from introductory level to HND and degree courses. There is a wide curriculum on offer through the following subject areas: Access; Accounting; Animals, Land and Environment; Art and Design; Building Services and Built Environment; Business and Administration; Children and Young People; Computing and Creative Media; Construction Crafts; Engineering; ESOL, Languages and Teaching English as a Foreign Language; Events and Tourism; Fashion Business; Hair, Beauty and Complementary Therapies; Health and Social Care; Hospitality and Professional Cookery; Performing Arts; Science; Social Science; Sport, Fitness and Uniformed Services; Supported Education.
As well as articulation agreements with universities, the college has long established links with employers and industrial training bodies, meaning courses are relevant to current employment opportunities.
Facilities and services
The Arbroath Campus offers specialist rooms and workshops including creative studies workshops; a hair and beauty salon; training restaurant; technical construction trade facilities; and the Helping Hands Nursery. It's the base for agricultural and animal care courses and has a farm.
The Gardyne Campus is a new state-of-the-art building with leading technology, including a recording studio and theatre. Sports facilities include a fitness suite, swimming pool and outdoor playing fields.
The Kingsway Campus is home to The Space, an award-winning dance and theatre complex with a 200 seat theatre. It also has hair, beauty complementary therapies learning facilities and training restaurant.
There are also learning labs, libraries and social spaces across all campuses, along with student support teams.
Courtesy of Dundee and Angus College