SHETLAND College and the NAFC Marine Centre are hosting an online open week later this month to showcase what both institutions have to offer.
With the merger of the two colleges expected next year, the open week is also an opportunity to discover what is available across the whole network.
A spokesperson for the college said: “If you, or someone you know is considering study options for September 2021, or are looking to kick off the new year with a new course on a full or part time basis, we are here to help you set your course for the future.
“To make an appointment directly with Shetland College UHI or NAFC Marine Centre UHI lecturers please complete the contact form and our friendly staff will be happy to organise either a phone or live chat at a time that suits you best.”
The University of the Highlands and Islands will have live Q&A sessions running throughout the week on its Facebook page as well as bookable sessions with academic and support staff across the campuses.
More information on the open week, which runs from Monday 23 November to Thursday 26 November, can be found online.
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