Inverness College UHI, as part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, has become the first in the university and college sector in Scotland to sign up to the Charter for Involvement – a commitment to listen to and respect the views of people with additional support needs.
Inverness College UHI will offer a Graduate Apprenticeship (GA) in Civil Engineering at Honours Degree level from September 2018.
Inverness College UHI has a dial in service through Highland Council if there is a risk of closure due to adverse weather. This allows staff and students to listen to a recorded message.
Students with additional support needs at Inverness College UHI are to take part in a community journalism project to help pupils with similar needs prepare for life after school.
The Early Learning and Childcare Centre at Inverness College UHI now has its own life-saving defibrillator thanks to a generous donation from a city business man.
Inverness College UHI is delighted to announce a very special evening for food lovers, featuring dishes prepared by some of Scotland’s most highly acclaimed chefs.
Inverness College UHI is expanding its research into the rapidly emerging field of environmental DNA (eDNA).
We have a range of exciting evening classes starting in January 2018. Whether you want to learn a new skill or refresh an existing one, get inspired and enrol on one of our classes today!
Inverness College UHI, in conjunction with the Highlands and Islands Student Association, is running a Charity Advent. Every day in December, we'll be raising money for charity or carrying out a charitable deed ......
A REVOLUTIONARY pipe fitting, miniature gardens and a safety device for creel boats were among the winning ideas at the annual Inverness College UHI Business Competition Grand Final.
Man’s best friend has been invited in to Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, to help its students de-stress.
AN Inverness College UHI student is celebrating after winning an award from leading forestry and timber harvesting company Tilhill Forestry.
One of Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs and founder of one of the world’s most successful video games took time out of his busy schedule to speak to students at Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, today.
ARCHITECTURAL technology students at Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, will design plans for a mill to bring tartan weaving back to its home in the Highlands.
SCOTTISH author John Burnside will be the focus of new research by Inverness College UHI lecturer Dr Valerie Beattie.
Left school and want a qualification to help you get a job or progress in your studies? At home and interested in returning to work or changing your career? You can apply online now for courses starting at the end of January.
Come along to our Open Day on Saturday, 28th August, 9.30am to 1pm, to find out about Further Education courses starting in January, plus Higher Education courses ahead of the UCAS deadline.
LEADING international scientists have gathered at Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, to discuss the genetic interaction between farmed and wild Atlantic salmon.
EIGHT academics from Henan University of Urban Construction (HUUC) in China have visited Inverness College UHI to learn more about civil engineering, urban and green planning in the UK.
RESEARCHERS at Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, have contributed to the design of a new molecular genomics tool which could shed light on the high mortality rate in Atlantic salmon stocks seen over the last few decades.