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Student Advice Centres

Whether it is understanding your progression options, choosing the right level of course or finding out how to access funding, our student advisers are here to advise on the wide range of options available to you.

We appreciate every person has individual needs and requirements, so no matter your situation, our advisers will be able to help you pick the best choices suited to your personal circumstances.

Applying for college can seem like a daunting prospective - but it doesn’t need to be a stressful process - just pick up the phone, or drop in and access our advisers' wealth of knowledge about Glasgow Clyde College and further education.

Guidance Statement

Glasgow Colleges Regional Board (GCRB) is committed to offering free and impartial advice and guidance to enable you to have the best student and learning experience possible. The role of Glasgow Colleges is to help you achieve this.

Glasgow Clyde, City of Glasgow and Glasgow Kelvin Colleges each provide impartial, ethical, learner centred advice and careers guidance services for college students and prospective learners to enable them to make informed decisions. Each College can be contacted for advice and guidance and all enquiries are dealt with confidentially. Services are provided by professional and dedicated staff and individual guidance interviews can be arranged where required.

Student Advice and Support - How We Can Help

The student advice service is on hand to help with wide range of issues and topics, including:

Jobs and Careers

Not sure what career path is right for you? Or perhaps you know what you want to do, but just don’t know how to get there? It’s not a problem - our advisers will help you to map out a progression plan tailored to help you achieve your goals.

If you are a care leaver or looked after young person, additional guidance and help is available from our advisers - find out more now.

Course Choices

With such a wide number of courses available, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the choice. Whatever your education level, there’s a course perfect for you - and our advisors will help you to identify the one suited best to your skills.

For those with additional learning needs, you’ll also be able to access additional support through the Student Advisery Service.

Find out more about extended learning support.

Funding Options
From exploring student loans and grants, to accessing hardship funds during times of need, our advisors will be on hand to provide the guidance and reassurance you need to study without worry at the College. Just have a chat with one of our advisers to explore your options.

Get in Touch

Getting student advice has never been easier. Either drop into one of our fully-accessible Student Advice Centres, or give us a call.

Anniesland Campus
Location: G1 on the ground floor
Opening hours: 08:45 to 16:45 Monday to Friday (except Wednesday 09:30-16:45)
Tel: 0141 272 3636

Cardonald Campus
Location: next to Reception on the ground floor of the main building
Opening hours: 08:45 to 16:45 Monday to Friday (except Wednesday 09:30 to 16:45)
Tel: 0141 272 3636

Langside Campus
Location: First floor
Opening hours: 08:45 to 16:45 Monday to Friday (except Wednesday 09:30 to 16:45)
Tel: 0141 272 3636