What's Happening At North Highland College
21st May 2007
11th June - Taster Week starts:
Not sure what course is for you?
Come along to our "TASTER WEEK"
Experience College life
Find out about student support
During the week you will sample the following range of courses:-
Art & DramaóBusiness/ITó Care
ConstructionóEngineeringóHair & Beauty
HospitalityóLand Based Studies
Tasters are good fun and interestingóso relax, enjoy and find out as
much as you can about the College and the courses available.
Helping you decide which course is right for you.
18th June - Hit the Ground Running starts
Going onto College or Uni?
Join us to "Hit the Ground Running"
Time ManagementóEssay/Report WritingóPresentations
Research SkillsóLibrary and Student Servicesó"Survival"
30th May - Open Day at The NHC-Thurso (for prospective students)
Join us for fun, games, competitions and information.
31st May - Open Day for Employers at The NHc-Thurso
Come along to find out what the College can do for you.
Colleges' financial challenges increase. The Audit Scotland report published today (4th June 2019) shows North Highland college is only one of several colleges not to have any financial plan in place to deal with a growing deficit.
The first Norwegian style learning centre in the UK was officially opened in Thurso today Monday 25th March 2019. Newton Rooms are designed to inspire more young people to become interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and encourage them to study these subjects in school and beyond.
This course is designed for managers and businesses owners to develop their skills in interpreting business documents to use them for business planning. 9.00AM Fri 22 March 2019 to 4.30PM Fri 22 March 2019 Cost ¬£135 Finance for Non Finance Managers:.
North Highland college have two information evenings next week for Scottish Apprenticeship week to promote the Foundation Apprenticeships available to pupils in Thurso and Wick at North Highland College UHI. Entry is FREE..
North Highland College. Saturday 9th February 2019..
The prospects of those qualifying through Highlands and Islands colleges are continuing to increase according to the Scottish Funding Council's annual College Leaver Destinations report. The publication, released last week, reports on the destinations of those who left college in the 2016 to 2017 academic year.
Join the North Highland College UHI Board of Management to help shape education across the Highlands and Islands. North Highland College UHI is a partner in the University of the Highlands and Islands and a leading college of further and higher education offering training, education and skills development opportunities from access to PhD level.
A deal to harmonise staff pay at a cost of ¬£50m a year will absorb projected savings from the reform of Scotland's colleges, says the Auditor General. Caroline Gardner's annual report on colleges says the sector reported a very small surplus in its underlying financial position in 2016/17, compared to the previous year's ¬£8m deficit.
A new report has revealed that 70.3% of full-time students successfully completed their studies at Highlands and Islands colleges in the 2016 to 2017 academic year. This is higher than the national average figure which shows that 65.3% of students passed further education courses at Scottish colleges in the period.
A new report has highlighted the threat marine plastic pollution poses to seabirds in the northeastern Atlantic region. Researchers found that, of 34 seabird species investigated, 74% have ingested plastic.
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