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What’s your next step? Find a future that suits you at Forth Valley College

Anyone wishing to choose and apply for a course will be pleased to know that the college has places available in courses from all four teaching departments: Business and Communities; care, sport and construction; Creative industries, hospitality and tourism; and engineering and science.

You could be a fresh graduate looking to move on and get into a career or someone who has realized school isn’t for them and wants to thrive in college. If you are, we want to hear from you.

If you want to study science or engineering at our Falkirk campus, it’s good to know that we are one of Scotland’s leading STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) colleges and are strategically linked to the Grangemouth Band through our many strong industry connections. It should be noted that the highly sought-after modern engineering and life sciences apprenticeships are on offer for application from January.

Forth Valley College could be your next step to a brighter future

The Department of Engineering and Science has created state-of-the-art training facilities which enable us to offer innovative integrated degree programs in this field linked to the University of Strathclyde, Heriot University- Watt and the University of Stirling and train over 1000 modern apprentices (MA) each year in everything from engineering to construction.

Nursing, sports and construction courses can also be found at the Falkirk campus – which opened in 2020 – and is arguably one of the best learning establishments to be found in Scotland.

Computing courses are another area of ​​expertise at our Falkirk and Alloa campuses and the skills our students acquire in this area will put them at the forefront of the UK cybersecurity challenge in the years to come.

At our Stirling campus, you might be able to embark on a new career by applying for a hospitality course, as our stylish Gallery training restaurant – open to the public – trains the next generation of chefs and wait staff.

The creative industries are also particularly strong in Stirling and the integrated BA degrees in Art and Design and Digital Media, in partnership with the University of Stirling, are developing respected reputations across the country,

Business courses are a specialty of our Alloa campus and we are confident that we will have exactly what you are looking for when looking to start your career from scratch or improve your existing skills.

To top it off, the college works closely with a wide range of partners to ensure that we provide opportunities that meet the needs of learners, employers, local industry and national skills programs – in short , we make learning work in everything we do and we want to help you choose a course that’s right for you.

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