ESOL students create their own art podcasts
ESOL students at Glasgow Clyde College have taken part in a unique project to broaden out the expression of creativity in sound.
HND Industrial Biotechnology visit Ingenza and FlexBio
HND Industrial Biotechnology students at Glasgow Clyde College toured the laboratories at Ingenza and FleBio facility.
Adult Returners Community Project
Adult Returners students, based at our Anniesland Campus, have been working on a Community Project to support Homeless people living on the streets in Glasgow.
Glasgow Clyde College wins at Scottish Diversity Awards
Glasgow Clyde College has been awarded Further Education College of the Year at the inaugural Scottish Diversity Awards.
Pathways to Success
This was the second 12 week programme funded through the Glasgow Clyde Education Foundation and run in partnership with Young Enterprise Scotland and the School of Employability Skills at Glasgow Clyde College.
Journalism students launch winter edition of Clyde Insider
The winter edition of Glasgow Clyde College's student newspaper, the Clyde Insider, has been published this week.
College launches Bell Decorating Academy
Glasgow Clyde College, in partnership with Bell Group, has launched the Bell Decorating Academy, which will focus on supplementing the painting and decorating skills taught in the college with hands-on experience.
Art students cap the year with awards win
Two HND Contemporary Art Practice (CAP) students at Glasgow Clyde College are celebrating after each winning a prestigious art award.
Triple commendation for college at CDN Awards
Glasgow Clyde College was Highly Commended in two categories at this year’s College Development Network Awards in recognition of their creative approach to inclusion and developing essential skills.
Young people take the charge on a new TEDxYouth@Glasgow event
Glasgow Clyde College event management students are playing a key role in designing and organising a major TEDx event in Glasgow
Scotland's first Mentally Healthy College launched in Glasgow
The Scottish Association for Mental Health(SAMH)and Glasgow Clyde College have officially launched a Mentally Healthy College Community project.
Beauty students raise over £24,000 for new hospice
Glasgow Clyde College’s beauty students have been using their professional skills to raise funds for the new Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice at Bellahouston Park.