Perth College UHI
Boasts a lively student campus in a thriving and dynamic city with a fascinating history. It is home to numerous restaurants, bars and an award-winning concert hall.
We specialise in a number of subjects, including:
Aircraft Engineering, Audio Engineering, Music and Sustainable Mountain Development
What our students, graduates and staff say
I was top of the class with the highest grade point average and was also presented with both the UHI Student Research of the Year and the Aircraft Engineering Best Operational Research Project awards. In May 2016, I was offered the Carnegie Trust Postgraduate Scholarship and I'm now undertaking my MSc in Air Transport Operations and Management while working at Glasgow Airport as a flight dispatcher and gate coordinator. I am an ambassador for women in aviation and STEM and have given numerous careers events presentations and talks promoting aviation, further education, and women in engineering.
Rebekah Watson, BA (Hons) Aircraft Engineering graduate and current MSc Air Transport Operations and Management student
The course content is extensive and specific to the music industry which is brilliant. There's a guest lecture programme which gives us the chance to meet with industry professionals and the lecturers all have industry experience with vast knowledge and contacts. The on-campus facilities such as the recording studios, sound systems, rehearsal rooms and theatres, are great too.
Daniel Vescio, BA (Hons) Music Business student
The course content was probably the main thing that made it right for me, but the class sizes as well. I had a slight fear of having to sit in a big lecture hall, but with VC classes you don’t have that. I had considered other universities but the course content offered here was closer to what I wanted to study. My advice would be to have fun, get to know other people on your course, and never be afraid to ask for help.
Lucy Brayson, BA (Hons) Archaeology student