UHI North Highland
At UHI North Highland, we deliver flexible and supported learning from access level to PhD to suit more people, at more levels, for more reasons from our campuses in Alness, Dornoch, Halkirk and Thurso.
We offer full time and part time programmes, and many of our courses are suitable for online study, allowing you to learn in the comfort of your own home. Whichever course you choose, or programme you decide to follow, all are designed to help you learn and develop the skills you will need for the future.
For school pupils:
UHI North Highland has close links with local secondary schools and offers a range of courses and options that supplement the school curriculum and introduces young people to the possibilities of further and higher education with your local college. To find out what UHI North Highland offers to your school visit HERE
Phone: 01847 889000
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