Glasgow Clyde College has three campuses across Glasgow, including: Anniesland Campus in the west end; Cardonald Campus in the south west; and Langside Campus in the south of the city next to the New Victoria Hospital.
The college also has various community based learning centres in the south and west areas of Glasgow. One of Scotland’s largest further education institutions, with around 27,000 full and part time students, the college was formed in August 2013 following the merger of Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside Colleges.
Courses and subjects
Courses lead to a range of qualifications including National Qualification (NQ), National Certificate (NC), Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND) and degree.
There are a wide range of subjects available, delivered through four different schools: Access and Continuing Learning; Business, Creative and Digital Industries; Engineering, Computing and Built Environment; and Health and Wellbeing.
Glasgow’s three colleges, Glasgow Kelvin College, Glasgow Clyde College and City of Glasgow College have formed a partnership to deliver Foundation Apprenticeships to students across Greater Glasgow.
There are 13 Frameworks available to students, including: Civil Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Engineering Systems; Social Services: Children and Young People; Social Service: Healthcare; Financial Services; Business Skills; Accountancy; ICT Software; ICT Hardware; Creative Digital Media; Scientific Technologies; Food and Drinks Operations.
Facilities and services
There are lots of amenities available including well equipped campus libraries, a student advisory service, a learning support service, gyms, cafes and child care facilities in all three campuses.
There are also hair and beauty training salons at the Cardonald and Langside Campuses, a theatre at Langside Campus, art and dance studios and a training restaurant at Anniesland Campus.
A new Horticulture Teaching Block was built in late 2017 to facilitate the students and staff involved in horticultural studies.
Glasgow Clyde College’s courses in Fashion and Textiles lead the way in training the Scottish textiles industry employees of the future. The college has an excellent reputation for its programmes in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). It has developed a number of key partnerships in areas such as construction and engineering.
Courtesy of Glasgow Clyde College
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