North Highland College UHI
Has locations across the North of Scotland, with four picturesque campuses in Thurso, Halkirk, Dornoch and Alness covering almost 4000 square miles of the scenic Highlands.
We specialise in a number of subjects, including:
Equine Studies, Engineering, Gamekeeping, Golf Management, History, Music and Tourism & Hospitality.
What our students, graduates and staff say
I'm originally from Glasgow but I’d been based in New York working in the golf industry. I’d considered other courses but as soon as I heard about this degree my mind was made up to return and study here in Dornoch. The lecturers bring their own individual experiences and knowledge, and their combined networking capabilities within the golfing industry mean that if you're interested in a specific area then they have experts they can put you in touch with. My work placement in Oman led to my internship with the European Tour Performance Institute during 2018. My mentor/ boss was the chief medical officer for the tour and an ambassador for the World Golf Foundation, which gave me the opportunity to work in the promotion of both the physical and mental health benefits of golf. I have now accepted a job with the European Tour in High Performance, which I'll start after graduating!
Marsha Hall / BA (Hons) Professional Golf, Dornoch campus
Creating and learning as a filmmaker is the whole point of the course and having the ability to express ourselves tops a lot of other courses.
I’ve had great support both as a class member and as an individual. The course is being run fantastically; the course leader listens to student views and uses our feedback to enhance the programme for future students.
Andy Wells / BA (Hons) Contemporary Film Making in the Highlands and Islands, Alness campus
I have never looked at the shore in this way: we discovered all sorts of marine life as well as a diverse number of seaweed.
Jacqueline Johnstone / BSc (Hons)Environmental Science