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City of Glasgow College

City of Glasgow College
North Hanover Street
G1 2BP

City of Glasgow College is Scotland’s largest college with eight campuses throughout Glasgow.

The College is home to 40,000 students and 1200 members of staff creating a diverse and inspiring learning community. We welcome students from 135 countries who undertake study in a wealth of curriculum areas including Art and Design, Business, Care, Computing, Construction, Creative Industries, Engineering, Food and Hospitality, Hair and Beauty, Nautical Studies, Sport and Tourism and Languages & ESOL.

Over 2600 courses are available at City of Glasgow College. Many students choose to study full time, however we also have a great range of part time, evening, distance or online learning opportunities. Our aim is to find a course that suits your needs and we have a dedicated staff team to help and support you through every stage of your educational journey.

At City of Glasgow College we positively promote equality, diversity and human rights for all. We are committed to fostering good relations based on dignity and respect whilst advancing equality of opportunity for individuals and eliminating harassment, victimisation and unlawful discrimination.

The College and its Board of management are committed to providing support to all students regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, sex, religion or belief and sexual orientation. We look forward to working with you to realise your potential.

City of Glasgow College was formed in September 2010 from the merger of Glasgow Metropolitan College, Central College Glasgow and Glasgow College of Nautical Studies.