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Education institutions in Scotland’s North East join forces in the region’s first funded startup entrepreneurship programme

North East Scotland College (NESCol) will join Robert Gordon University (RGU) in the first funded star

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NESCol invites contributions to its British Sign Language (BSL) plan

Come along to an event at the Town House in Aberdeen to have your say. 

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Student grant increase announced for care experienced young people in Scotland

The Scottish Government recently announced that every young college and university student with care experience in Scotland will have access to a grant of up to £8,100, from new investment of over

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NESCol invites contributions to its British Sign Language (BSL) plan

Come along to an event at the Town House in Aberdeen to have your say. 

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Student grant increase announced for care experienced young people in Scotland

The Scottish Government recently announced that every young college and university student with care experience in Scotland will have access to a g

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Photography student is a big top winner in international competition

Camryn's winning photo in the Zippo's World Circus Day competition

NESCol student Camryn Forman has won an international photography competition organised by the fam

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Project SEARCH celebrates fifth annual Graduation ceremony

The Project SEARCH Graduates

A project which aims to increase the number of people with learning disabilities securing employment held its fifth annual graduation ceremony at t

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Top accounting students recognised

Top Accounting students at North East Scotland College have been recognised with an award from one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chart

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RGU and NESCol unite for a seamless tertiary education system

Robert Gordon University (RGU) and North East Scotland College (

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Apprentice Spotlight: Kyle Charles

Kyle Charles

Kyle Charles started his apprenticeship with Sparrows Group as Apprentice Warehouse Operative after leaving school and completing an Introduction t

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Creative Arts End of Year Show People’s Prize winner announced

Find out who was named winner of the People’s Prize at the Aberdeen City Campus Creative Arts End of Year Show 2018.

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Creative Arts End of Year Show 2018 Aberdeen City Campus winners announced

Best Work on the Wall winners photo

Find out who won awards for their display of work at the show!

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Apprentice Spotlight: Stephen Poppe

Precision Oiltools in Kintore is no stranger to Modern Apprenticeships.

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Apprentice Spotlight: Kerri Wright

Kerri Wright

Kerri Wright left school after completing year 6, armed with a wide variety of Highers and no specific idea of which career path to pursue.

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Girls switch on to Energy course

Kirsty Hyslop and Ann–Maria Jees, aged 16, are students on the 2017/18 Girls in Energy course at Hazlehead Academy.

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NESCol joins scheme helping adults access university

North East Scotland College has joined the Scottish Wider Access Programme (SWAP) which supports adults with few or no formal qualifications who want to access degree courses.  

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Student Spotlight: Christopher Tattersall, Higher English (part-time)

Christopher poses with Higher English books in front of a shelf of books

Christopher Tattersall was working as a taxi driver up until two years ago, but - inspired by his niece and nephew - decided to make a dramatic car

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Challenge claimed by Meldrum Academy

two people with safety goggles working at a computer

Eight Aberdeenshire academies competed head-to-head at the final of North East Scotland College's Schools Technology Challenge held recently at Fra

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Artwork for City Centre Masterplan project takes shape

Ross Cartney, Margaret Brown, Jack Easdale and Kirsty Godsman.

Sculptures that will mark a new pedestrian priority area in Aberdeen are nearing completion ahead of the project launch this summer.

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Calum has Captain in his sights

Calum Miller

Calum Miller lives in Stonehaven and is in the final year at Mackie Academy.

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NESCol students overwhelmed by nationwide success of appeal

The group of students with some of the donations.

A group of Level 4 Health and Social Care students at North East Scotland College have been overwhelmed by the level of support they have received from across the UK.

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