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About Glasgow Clyde College

Glasgow Clyde College offers a wide variety of qualifications and courses at both higher education (HE) level and further education (FE). Glasgow Clyde College is the largest provider of FE in Glasgow. Our portfolio has over 1000 Modern Apprenticeships and our partnerships across industry continue to develop. Through partnership with universities, we also enable many students to continue to degree courses.

The curriculum we offer is diverse and responds to needs and demand, including developments within industry and the environment and economic activity of Scotland as a whole. Recent years have seen substantial growth in new technology used across our campuses which enhances the learning environment.

We have strong links with business and industry partners and much of our offering enhances employability by meeting employers' needs in a fast-evolving world. We cater for young students who join us from school as well as working age, and older students either studying as part of their existing occupation or learning new skills.

Glasgow Clyde College has three faculties:

The Faculty of Arts and Continuing Learning offers access routes into learning and employment. This faculty offers day, evening and community-based courses to meet the needs of our diverse communities. This faculty includes ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), Dance, Performing Arts, Adult Literacy and Numeracy, Return to Study courses, the Princes Trust Team programme and Employability as well as courses for Learners with Additional Support Needs.

The Faculty of Future Design and Technology has strong partnerships with key employers in the public and private sectors. We respond to industry needs and have a wide range of courses which include Engineering, Electronics, Energy, Plumbing, Construction, Fashion Design, Fashion Manufacturing, Music, Graphic Design, and Computing. We are Scotland’s only provider of water courses delivering on behalf of Scottish Water.

The Faculty of Health, Wellbeing and Management also offers an extensive range of courses. These include Social Care, Early Years, Hairdressing, Finance, Administration, Television Production and Media, Information Technology and Beauty and Complementary Therapies. This Faculty manages several school / college partnerships delivering to over 1000 school pupils across the academic year.

Please take a look at the College's Strategic Plan and People Report