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The Easterhouse Campus

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Easterhouse campus and the Bridge. Recent large investment in the College's Easterhouse building means that the campus now boasts a range of sustainable and energy-efficient features, including photo-voltaic cells and a wind turbine to offset energy costs.

 

The contemporary building, on the main road in Easterhouse, is less than ten minutes' walk from the stylish Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre and other local retailers. It links with The Bridge cultural and arts facility which the College operates in partnership with Glasgow City Council, Glasgow East Arts Company and Glasgow Life.

 

The Easterhouse campus boasts fully equipped Hairdressing & Beauty salons, an excellent Training Restaurant, industry-standard recording studios, lecture theatre, extensive Flexible Learning zones and a host of other student-friendly resources in the main campus buildings and at The Bridge, including a coffee-shop.


For those with childcare responsibilities, there are two excellent nurseries within the campus building which have secure, stimulating and fun resources for toddlers aged 1-5yrs.

 

Easterhouse campus back view.

The College Library is operated by Glasgow Life and full facilities are available with reference resources and text books (as well as the usual quality reading stock you would expect from your local library). There is also a supervised Learning Centre which is equipped with modern computer technologies and online learning opportunities.

 

These award-winning buildings are now a magnet for the community's learners. College staff and the Board of Management are delighted that many Glasgow residents can look forward to learning at one of the city's finest and most learner-centred environments.


YOU could be one of them!

 

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