Where we are
Our main centres include our Aberdeen City Campus, Aberdeen Altens Campus (centre for specialist engineering, motor vehicle and construction courses) and our Fraserburgh Campus. We also have specialist animal care premises at the Craibstone Estate, a beautiful campus shared with the Scottish Rural College.
Our Learning Centres are based in Macduff, Inverurie and Ellon.
Aberdeen City Campus
The Aberdeen City Campus is situated in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. It has excellent access to local and national transportation links such as rail and bus services.
The building is a modern and dynamic learning environment with state–of–the–art learning facilities and social areas available to all of our students. There are various refectories where you can grab a bite to eat between classes, and a range of support services on offer too — a vibrant hub of activity, the Aberdeen City Campus is a great place to study.
Aberdeen Altens Campus
The Aberdeen Altens Campus is situated within the Altens Industrial Estate, not far from Aberdeen city centre and perfectly situated at the beginning of a main arterial route to Stonehaven and the South.
The building is designed to have lots of open social areas — vital to the life of any modern educational campus — and therefore has a number of places to eat or grab a snack whilst studying or in between classes. Most importantly, the campus is extremely well resourced in its training facilities, and this is where many of our engineering, construction and automotive students are based. The Altens Campus is a safe and secure environment where students can develop hands on skills using industry standard equipment.
Our Fraserburgh Campus is an impressive and modern learning facility based just outside of Fraserburgh's town centre. It boasts outstanding teaching and learning resources, with excellent transport links and on–site parking available. On arrival you'll be greeted by the impressive atrium area, and within the campus itself you'll find a range of social spaces and a number of different places to grab hot or cold food and drinks, or a quick snack.
The Fraserburgh Campus is currently undergoing an £8.2 million refurbishment, involving a significant extension to the current facilities. This means enhanced learning environments for all of our students, and allows us to more closely meet the training needs of both individuals and businesses in the region.