With its historic ties and rolling scenery, Ayrshire has long been the choice of destination for many visitors to and from the region. Offering a varied coastline, picturesque beaches and island adventures Ayrshire offers a feast for the senses with fantastic food and drink in bustling market towns and picturesque fishing villages.
With easy access, you will discover history and heritage, outdoor pursuits and a range of exciting events and festivals in this magnificent part of the world. With excellent rail, road, sea and air connections, it’s easy to get to Ayrshire. Good train and bus services connect all of Ayrshire College’s campuses, making it easier for staff to travel between campuses. As all of our campuses are situated near the coast spectacular views of the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig can be made on a clear day.
A great range of shopping centres and award-winning restaurants are also located throughout Ayrshire, giving staff the perfect opportunity to make good use of these excellent facilities whilst working in the area. As well as being the home of Culzean Castle and Ayr Racecourse, Ayrshire is also proud to have the newly named, Trump Turnberry, as the jewel in its crown. The takeover of Turnberry by Donald Trump is set to bring a wave of new business to the community and boost Ayrshire’s reputation as a tourism hotspot.
Working in Ayrshire has its benefits with its rural and coastal routes between campuses and selection of scenic masterpieces on display. Ayrshire College is proud to be one of the leading employers in the area and look forward to welcoming all new and current staff to the college and community.
Travel links are available to all campuses. There are regular train and bus services between all campuses. They also run north towards Glasgow and south towards Dumfries to allow staff and students great access to the College. Follow our guide featuring the best travel links which connect our campuses across Ayrshire!