MORE than 240 Inverness College UHI students stepped out in style today (Friday, 15th September) to celebrate graduation with their nearest and dearest at a ceremony at Eden Court Theatre.
INVERNESS College UHI has a key role to play in the future development of Inverness and the Highlands, according to its new principal Professor Christopher O’Neil.
INVERNESS College UHI is now offering the University of the Highlands and Islands’ Professional Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education (PGDE Secondary).
BUDDING entrepreneurs could win a pot of cash and turn their business idea into a reality by entering the 2017 Inverness College UHI Business Competition.
THOUSANDS of people are expected to attend Scotland’s Salmon Festival in Inverness this week.
BRITIAN’S heaviest rod-caught salmon has migrated to Inverness Museum and Art Gallery for Scotland’s Salmon Festival.
WORK by an Inverness College UHI art and design lecturer will feature in an exhibition in Aberdeen from next week.
THE latest genomics technology at the Inverness College UHI Rivers and Lochs Institute (RLI) could be used to help understand the reasons behind the increasing numbers of non-native pink “humpback” salmon in Scottish rivers and across Western Europe.
A DRAMA and media technician at Inverness College UHI is swapping his day job behind the scenes for a starring role on the stage.
TWO Inverness College UHI graduates have secured life-changing paid internships with a global construction firm in America.
A CELEBRITY chef and former finalist of Masterchef: The Professionals is among three chefs confirmed to lead cookery demonstrations at Scotland’s Salmon Festival.
AN Inverness College UHI student is gearing up to take not one, but two shows to the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
A COURSE designed for people working in health and safety jobs is to be offered in the Highlands and Islands for the very first time.
THE countdown is officially on to the start of Scotland’s Salmon Festival, with sparkling salmon designed by local children now greeting visitors arriving at Inverness Airport.
FOUR members of staff at Inverness College UHI have been recognised in the annual Highlands and Islands Students’ Association (HISA) Awards.
The College building at Beechwood will no longer be open on Saturdays for the duration of the academic summer break. Saturday provision will begin again on 26th August 2017.
American students visiting Inverness College UHI got to experience the flavour of a traditional Scottish Burns Supper this week ahead of their return to the States.
MORE than 200 people, including proud friends and family, have gathered to see this year’s top students honoured at Inverness College UHI’s annual student prizegiving.
A group of eight young apprentices faced the dragons den on Friday 9 June when they presented their solutions to a real-life business challenge set by Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services.
Following a rigorous selection process, Inverness College UHI’s board of management has appointed Professor Christopher O’Neil as its Principal and Chief Executive Officer.