North Highland College UHI has three campuses spread throughout the north of Scotland - Dornoch, Alness and our main campus in Thurso.
Equine Studies, Engineering, Gamekeeping, Golf Management, History, Music and Tourism & Hospitality.
The tutors have been a great support and work closely with local employers. I managed to secure an apprenticeship with AMC Engineering as a result of my experience on the course. Jake Anderson, Engineering Student
To anyone thinking of studying HNC Social Care at North Highland College UHI definitely go for it! It makes you realise your potential. If it’s the care sector you are interested in this is the best place to do it as the lecturers are so supportive.They can be strict about the quality of work but it has meant that our class work is to a high standard, achieving great results. Katie Winston, HNC Social Care Student
I was interested in studying gamekeeping as I’ve always lived in a remote area and gamekeeping runs in my family - my granddad was a gamekeeper too. I study at the college on a block-release basis which I like as I can study more easily there than I would had I been at home. On my estate placement I only work with deer, so coming to college and learning the theory about all the birds, pheasants and partridges is a fantastic opportunity which will come in handy for me in the future if I cross over to that side of it. As well as theory work, we also develop core skills for employability and I’ve learnt a lot about communication skills, especially for interviews. On completion of my studies I hope to gain a full-time job in the gamekeeping industry. Sophie Clark, HNC Gamekeeping with Wildlife Management Student