The week-long #LoveScotland'sColleges campaign kicks off on Monday 29 November and will highlight the outstanding work of colleges throughout the country.
Biotechnology Instagram Live Series
Biotechnology is thriving globally and major developments in the field come from Scotland. To explore this, Chemistry & Molecular Biology Lecturer - Ciara Kyne, PhD is developing an instalive series that focuses on Scottish Biotechnology.
College sponsors two local schools on Greggs Breakfast club scheme
Glasgow Clyde College has pledged to tackle child food insecurity in its local catchment area, becoming a partner of the Greggs Foundation Breakfast Club Programme.
Prince's Trust Natural Wellness Programme
Glasgow Clyde College, Firhill Youth Project & Community Sports Hub and Herbal Homestead have created the 'Natural Wellness Programme', to help Prince's Trust students get involved with sustainable activities.
Students work alongside climate campaigners and celebrities at COP26
Journalism and Event Management students reflect on working at the New York Times Climate Hub during COP26.
Glasgow Clyde College partners with International Tree Foundation
Glasgow Clyde College has partnered with the International Tree Foundation, pledging to plant trees and hedges on its Cardonald Campus.
Celtic Soccer Academy celebrates its longstanding partnership with GCC
Celtic Soccer Academy is proud to showcase its long term partnership with Glasgow Clyde College. Each week during the academic year, Celtic Soccer Academy staff deliver a comprehensive coach education programme to the NQ and HNC Sports Coaching students.
Childhood Practice students undertake Forest Kindergarten unit
HNC Childhood Practice students undertake a Forest Kindergarten unit as part of the course, enabling them to learn how to plan, prepare, set up and lead play in a woodland environment.
Creative Recycling Award developed
The Creative Recycling Award was developed to promote the idea to students of using trash instead of art materials to produce something creative
Healthcare students knit sustainable hats for Children's hospital
HNC Healthcare students have been using off-cuts of wool and material that would usually have been thrown away to knit hats for the Theatre department and the neonatal unit at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow.
COP26 1 - 12 November: Information for students
Most classes will be delivered online for these 2 weeks – please do not travel to college unless clearly instructed to do so
NHS Louisa Jordan donates medical equipment to Glasgow Clyde College
NHS Louisa Jordan has donated clinical-grade equipment to Glasgow Clyde College after the emergency hospital was decommissioned.