Thinking about your future? Whether you’re leaving school and looking for qualifications to kickstart your career; looking to learn new skills to boost your job prospects; or considering a career change, West College Scotland is confident it has a course to meet your needs.
With award-winning teaching and student support across campuses in Clydebank, Paisley and Greenock you can choose from over 200 full-time courses starting this August.
Courses and subjects
The college offers courses leading to a range of qualifications from NC and NQ through to degrees. Vocational and professional qualifications are also available.
There are over 400 courses to choose from in the following areas: Acting and Technical Theatre; Art, Design, Graphics and Animation; Beauty and Complementary Therapies; Business, Administration and Accounting; Childcare; Computing and Games; Construction and Building Services; Dance; Creative and Academic Writing; Engineering; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Languages; Hairdressing; Health and Social Care; Highers and National Qualifications; Hospitality and Professional Cookery; Interior Architecture and Architectural Design; Learner Development; Make-Up Artistry; Media, TV and Radio; Motor Vehicle; Music and Music Business; Nursing; Photography; Science; Social Sciences; Sound Production and DJ’ing; Sport and Fitness; and Travel and Tourism.
Facilities and services
There is a range of facilities across the three campuses, including: libraries with PCs and printing services; a bookshop; refectories and cafes. The Clydebank campus features science labs and well equipped engineering and construction workshops. The Greenock campus also features a training restaurant and a new spa salon.
Student Advisors are on hand to help on any aspect of college life, including with advice about funding. Most college students can receive financial support towards the cost of studying and our team is ready to provide impartial advice to help you make an informed decision about your future.
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