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Explore our courses, visit us on campus, and find out what it’s like to be a student with us. Discover our extensive student support services, on campus childcare, and funding support available.


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Our story

UHI is where learning means more. We’re more than a college and more than a university. From our campuses in Inverness, we offer flexible and supported learning from access level through to PhD, to suit more people, at more levels, for more reasons.

UHI Inverness is a partner of UHI, a diverse and flexible tertiary partnership serving our communities and connected to their needs. Through our network of UHI campuses we’re able to offer our students more opportunities and more specialisms.

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Highland Senior Phase

Get a step ahead by studying at UHI Inverness while you're still in S4, S5 or S6.

Choose from:

  • Foundation Apprenticeships
  • National 4s and 5s
  • Vocational qualifications
  • Highers and Advanced Highers
  • Degree modules

Find out more and apply >


Cost of living support

  • Free breakfast and lunch
  • The Larder food store
  • Cooking club
  • Free toiletries
  • Share the warmth (free coats and winter clothing)
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Specialise with forestry

Scotland’s forestry sector is expanding rapidly, with more skilled workers needed across a range of roles to drive the green recovery and support sustainable forest management. Our Scottish School of Forestry campus is the country’s only forestry training provider delivering both further and higher education up to honours degree level. Set within its own practical training environment in Inverness, our SSF campus has been training forestry workers and managers for the public, private and voluntary sectors for over 50 years.

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