UHI - Where learning means more
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) is more than a college and more than a university. It offers a broader range of options than any single college or university can through its partnership of 10 colleges and research centres, across the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire.
With some of the best online learning technologies available, learning at UHI means you can complete courses from home or work, anywhere across the world. Study full-time or even part-time or online, making learning while you earn a practical option.
You can study at one of their 10 campuses based at some of the most stunning locations in the UK.
The campuses are:
Courses and students
UHI offers Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND), degree and postgraduate courses taught through the following subject areas (FE Level courses are listed under individual colleges).
Subject areas include:
UHI has around 35,000 students across its 300 higher and further education courses, across a network of over 70 local learning centres.
Facilities and Services
Every campus has its own learning and teaching facilities including libraries and study areas. They have restaurants and sport and fitness facilities for students to use. See each of the campus websites for details of each individual campus.
Best in Scotland and 3rd in the UK for postgraduate student satisfaction.(2023 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey)
6th in Scotland for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2023
1st in Scotland for Earth and Marine Sciences (Guardian's University Guide 2023)
Nearly 75% of UHI's research has been classified as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ by REF2021
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