What would you like to study?
Wednesday 1st June
We’re excited to welcome you back to our centres to speak to our friendly staff at our Open Day on Wednesday 1st June.
We will have a number of in-person and online events, including a range of fun, interactive taster sessions for some of our courses! Our online events can be accessed from your local college centre or from home.
Our learning centres will be open until 7 pm so please call in without an appointment if you'd like to speak with us.
Right on your doorstep
We have 9 learning centres located throughout Argyll so we’re never too far away. At UHI Argyll you can be confident that to us, you’re a name and not just a number. We have dedicated support staff in each local learning centre who are there to help and guide you from pre-application to graduation.
Studying with us
Taking the first step in a new direction can feel scary, but be assured that our friendly and supportive staff are here for you if you need us - from finding the right course for you, through the challenges of completing your course, to deciding where to go next.
We've pulled together some of the most common topics that every student needs to know about to prepare for their course, take a look through what's in each section.
I was worried that I might not have support, but it turns out it’s the opposite - there’s plenty of contact between you and the lecturers, it’s all digitalised so I get my work done efficiently and I don’t struggle as much because I have the lecturers on hand.
Lindsay - Computing with Digital Media student
The funding available for your course can play a big part when you’re making decisions. Learn about the different types of funds available and find out how we can support you throughout your studies.
Not sure of the right course for you? If you’ve got an idea of what you’d like to study but need some inspiration or advice on our courses take a look at our subjects page. From here you’ll be able to see all the courses listed in your chosen subject area.
Find out how you can get involved with college whilst still at school. Our schools’ courses and Foundation Apprenticeships can help you gain additional skills and experiences and prepare you for further studies or employment.