A unique learning experience

Across six faculties our students can access a huge range of courses which have one vital thing in common - the depth of knowledge they provide.

Our range of courses rival anything in the UK with faculties spread across the twin site super campus offering exceptional learning facilities and excellent teaching staff drawn from industry.  

In the Faculty of Building, Engineering & Energy, students can choose from a wide range of courses that include Architectural Technology, Building Surveying, Construction Management, and Mechanical & Electrical Engineering. Students doing an HNC/HND in Engineering can progress straight to the second year of an undergraduate engineering degree programme with the University of Strathclyde.

The Faculty of Business has dedicated IT labs to support students in Accounting, Business, Computing, Languages, and Law. The learning spaces lend themselves to activities including simulation, role play, and practical skills techniques to ensure that learning and teaching is engaging and stimulating. 

Careers in Photography, Radio and Television, Acting & Performance, Arts & Crafts, Graphic & Product design, Journalism, or Model Making all begin in the Faculty of Creative Industries. Their new facilities at City campus include industry-standard television and radio studios as well as photography and design studios. There are specialist workshops for glass production, model making, print making, ceramics, furniture, and product design. 

Courses on offer within the Faculty of Education & Society are delivered by lecturers who have worked in Health and Social Care, Teacher Education, Community Development, and with the English Language. Students benefit from qualifications accredited by professional awarding bodies that are recognised and developed in partnership with industry. At City campus, a hospital and clinical suite with the latest health care equipment provide a truly hands-on learning space.

Community Development and Learning provide courses for unemployed young people, for those with learning challenges, and disadvantaged people, giving them essential life and employability skills to help them function in the community and to increase their chance of securing employment.

This real-life learning experience extends into the facilities enjoyed by students in the Faculty of Leisure & Lifestyle. With a wide remit, it covers careers including Events & Hospitality Management, Professional Cookery, Beauty Therapy, Hairdressing, Travel & Tourism, and Sports Coaching & Fitness.