West Highland College
|West Highland College|
|Location||West Highlands, Scotland|
|Affiliations||University of the Highlands and Islands,|
West Highland College (Scottish Gaelic: Colaiste na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a college of further and higher education in the West Highlands of Scotland. The college is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands and operates from a number of college centres across the area, at Auchtertyre, Broadford, Fort William, Kilchoan, Kinlochleven, Mallaig, Portree, Strontian and Ullapool.
West Highland College was formed in August 2010 from the merger of Lochaber College (founded in 1998) with Skye & Wester Ross College (dates to 2003).
- Fort William:
- Portree, Fingal Centre:
- Portree, Creative Arts & Education Centre:
- "Merged college for west Highlands". BBC News. 31 August 2010. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
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