COVID-19 Campus Update

 

Update (26 April)

From today, (26 April) all of mainland Scotland will move to Level 3. This means that colleges can operate under a restricted blended learning model. Those students who need to be on campus to undertake practical learning or assessments can attend in person but those students who can continue to complete their studies from home should do so. Course teams will be in touch to provide an update should you be required to attend campus in person. Services to support learning will continue predominantly online.

These arrangements will be kept under review in line with the latest Scottish Government guidance and we will update information here and via our social media pages.

Full information - https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/home/all-you-need-to-know-for-2020-21/

Life at Ayrshire College

Latest News

Read Young girls get back playing football at Ayrshire College article

Sport and Fitness

Young girls get back playing football at Ayrshire College

14/05/2021

The Rose Reilly Football Centre is back underway at Ayrshire College's Kilmarnock Campus, delivered in partnership between the College, East Ayrshire Active Schools and Vibrant Communities.

Read Ayrshire College publishes new Equality report article

General College News

Ayrshire College publishes new Equality report

14/05/2021

Ayrshire College has published a new report detailing the progress made in mainstreaming equality across the College - and has laid out its Equality Outcomes action plan for the next four years.

Read College students and staff urged to get tested article

General College News

College students and staff urged to get tested

07/05/2021

College students and staff are now able to take part in rapid testing for COVID-19 through their local college.

“Our vision is to raise aspirations, inspire achievement and increase opportunities.”

Course Search

Or

Browse all courses Advanced search