Fife College was formed in August 2013 from the merger of Adam Smith, Carnegie College and the non landbased department of Scotland's Rural College (SRUC).
The main campuses are in Dunfermline (Halbeath), Kirkcaldy (St Brycedale and Priory), Glenrothes (Stenton), Levenmouth and Rosyth, with a network of local learning centres throughout Fife. There are 6,000 full time and 14,000 part time students. A new campus in Dunfermline at the Shepherd Offshore site is planned.
Courses and subjects
The college offers over 400 courses across 40 different subject areas at a range of different levels, including NC, HNC, HND, SVQ and degrees.
There is a wide range of subjects split into different departments: Administration, Office Technologies and Legal Services; Built Environment; Business, Enterprise and Accounting; Care and Social Sciences; Childcare; Community and Supported Learning; Computing and Digital Technologies; Creative Industries; Culinary Arts and Hospitality; Engineering, Energy and Mathematics; Hair, Beauty and Make-Up Artistry; Languages and ESOL; Science; Sport and Fitness; and Tourism, Events and Business Courses.
Facilities and services
There are libraries, student support and guidance teams, student support and guidance teams, student association, cafes, bistros and restaurants, available across all campuses. In addition there is a theatre at St Brycedale, hair, beauty and holistic therapy salons located at Cupar, Halbeath, Stenton and St Brycedale Campuses, and a fully equipped gym with sports hall and fitness studio, also at St Brycedale.
The college have a number of specialisms but place focus on the key employment sectors in the region, including Construction, Engineering, and Digital Technologies.
Courtesy of Fife College