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My Campus

Find out more about the College Campus where you will be studying.

Getting to and from College

Getting to my Campus

Getting to and from College is a big part of day-to-day life as a student. All campuses at North East Scotland College are well located with regards to transport links. For specific information on travelling to and from a particular campus, as well as directions, opening hours and facilities, please visit your chosen campus page within the Campuses and Centres section.

Where to go

It’s important to know where to report on arrival for your first day/induction at College. 

The following documents outline general information for full-time and part-time students, including useful information on where to report to and where you can park at the campus or centre you will be studying at. 

Aberdeen Altens Campus: Getting Started PDF, 276.57 KB Aberdeen City Campus: Getting Started PDF, 414.99 KB Ellon Learning Centre: Getting Started PDF, 222.22 KB Fraserburgh Campus: Getting Started PDF, 236.87 KB Inverurie Learning Centre: Getting Started PDF, 326.87 KB Scottish Maritime Academy: Getting Started PDF, 336.29 KB

 

Travelling in Aberdeen City and Shire

With a number of modern campuses and learning centres spread throughout Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland College is widely accessible for people across the region.

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Places to meet and eat

North East Scotland College's campus refectories are set up so that staff and students can enjoy great food in comfortable surroundings, and relax with friends or colleagues.

Each refectory is easily accessible and offers a range of hot or cold food and drinks, including Costa and Starbucks, as well as confectionery. The food is fresh and delicious, and served by our friendly refectory staff throughout the day.

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Staying active

Sport & Fitness Facilities

Sport and exercise plays an important role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and in encouraging the health and well-being of our students. Our Aberdeen City Campus, Aberdeen Altens Campus and Fraserburgh Campus all have excellent fitness suites which you can enjoy at selected times, free of charge. They are fully equipped with cardio vascular and resistance machines, along with a free-weights area. Trained supervisors are on hand for advice or assistance.

Fitness Suite Inductions

All users must undertake an induction before making use of our fitness facilities. This can be easily arranged by contacting:

Fitness Suite
Email: fitness.suite@nescol.ac.uk

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New to the area?

Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire are areas of exceptional beauty, culture and heritage. Whether you're enjoying the unspoilt countryside and dramatic coastlines or busying yourself amidst the countless shops, bars, cafes and restaurants in Aberdeen City centre, there’s something to suit everyone.

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