With courses ranging from one-day or short courses through to degrees and postgraduate studies, Lews Castle College UHI have everything you need to start 2021 the right way.
We have a range of courses starting in January 2021, if you are looking to develop your career with a CPD course, take a whole new direction with a HN or even degree or simply want to take an evening or part time interest course we have something for you.
If you are looking to gain additional skills or help you reskill in a new area short courses are a great way to get a taster of a full-time course. The College offer courses in:
- Business & IT - basic Admin and Business skills to Web Design & Gaming.
- Food & Drink – Professional Cookery and Elementary Food Hygiene
- Construction & Engineering - Introduction to Engineering & Construction to a range of short CPD courses.
- Creative – Learn Song Writing with Willie Campbell, enrol in our new Art & Archaeology course or discover our music courses based in South Uist.
- Gaelic – From learners to fluent speakers and for those interested in our Gaelic culture and heritage, explore our wide range of courses.
If you are looking to study full time at degree or postgraduate level then remember you do not have to wait until September. We have several courses starting in January including Archaeological Studies, Childhood Practice and Music and the Environment.
There can be a lot to consider when choosing to study but the Lews team can support you every step of the way. Our courses offer a wide range of flexibility with online teaching, part time study as well as support from our Student Services team who can help you with funding, childcare and more.
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- Lews Castle College UHI is an academic partner of the University of the Highlands and Islands, the United Kingdom’s leading integrated university encompassing both further and higher education.
- We have campuses and learning centres in Lewis, North Uist, Benbecula and Barra.
- Lews Castle College UHI contributes £24 million to the local economy and supports 230 jobs throughout the Outer Hebrides.