List of further education colleges in Scotland
Further education colleges offer courses for people over the age of sixteen, involving school-level qualifications such as Higher Grade exams, as well as work-based learning.
Scottish colleges are funded primarily by the Scottish Funding Council, with tuition fees paid by individual students or their sponsors.
Not included in this list are a number of colleges which became affiliated with the UHI Millennium Institute, a grouping of further education colleges mostly located in the Highlands, in 2001. Since January 2011, these 13 colleges are now officially federated as constituent colleges of the University of the Highlands and Islands upon being granted university status.
|Ayrshire College||Ayr, Kilmarnock, Kilwinning and Largs||2013||Merger of Ayr College, Kilmarnock College and the Kilwinning and Largs campuses of James Watt College|
|Borders College||Galashiels, Hawick, Jedburgh and Newtown St Boswells||1984||Merger of the Agricultural Centre at Newtown, Duns Agricultural Centre, Galashiels Technical College and St. Boswells and Henderson Technical College|
|City of Glasgow College||Glasgow||2010||Merger of Central College (previously Central College of Commerce, Glasgow College of Nautical Studies and Glasgow Metropolitan College — itself a merger of Glasgow College of Building and Printing and Glasgow College of Food Technology)|
|Dumfries and Galloway College||Dumfries||1973|
|Dundee and Angus College||Arbroath and Dundee||2013||Merger of Angus College and Dundee College  |
|Edinburgh College||Dalkeith and Edinburgh||2012||Merger of Edinburgh's Telford College, Jewel and Esk College and Stevenson College, Edinburgh|
|Fife College||Cowdenbeath, Cupar, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Lochgelly and Rosyth||2013||Merger of Adam Smith College, Carnegie College and the Elmwood campus of SRUC. Not to be confused with the former Fife College which merged into Adam Smith College.|
|Forth Valley College||Alloa, Falkirk and Stirling||2005||Merger of Clackmannan College and Falkirk College|
|Glasgow Clyde College||Glasgow and Rutherglen||2013||Merger of Anniesland College, Cardonald College and Langside College|
|Glasgow Kelvin College||Glasgow||2013||Merger of John Wheatley College, North Glasgow College and Stow College|
|Glasgow School of Art||Glasgow||1845|
|Leith School of Art||Edinburgh||1987|
|New College Lanarkshire||Coatbridge, Cumbernauld and Motherwell||2013||Merger of Cumbernauld College and Motherwell College. Absorbed Coatbridge College in 2014.|
|Newbattle Abbey College||Dalkeith||1937|
|North East Scotland College||Aberdeen and Fraserburgh||2013||Merger of Aberdeen College and Banff and Buchan College|
|Royal Conservatoire of Scotland||Glasgow||1845|
|Scotland's Rural College (SRUC)||Aberdeen, Ayr, Broxburn, Dumfries, and Edinburgh||2012||Merger of Barony College, Elmwood College, Oatridge Agricultural College and the Scottish Agricultural College  The Elmwood Campus in Cupar was transferred to Fife College in 2013.|
|South Lanarkshire College||East Kilbride||1948|
|West College Scotland||Clydebank, Greenock and Paisley||2013||Merger of Clydebank College, the Greenock Campus of James Watt College, and Reid Kerr College|
|West Lothian College||Livingston||1965||Relocated from Bathgate to Livingston in 2001|
- Education in Scotland
- List of further education colleges in England
- List of further education colleges in Wales
- List of universities in Scotland
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- "Agricultural colleges merge to create training hub for rural industries". STV News. 1 October 2012. Retrieved 17 July 2014.
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