Aberdeen Altens Campus
Hareness Road, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB12 3LE
About Aberdeen Altens Campus
Our Aberdeen Altens Campus houses many of the engineering, construction and automotive courses on offer.
The building has been designed and landscaped to provide lots of social areas, which are vital to the life of any modern educational campus, and the main building incorporates a wide variety of CO2-reducing measures.
The Campus is home to construction and automotive workshops, engineering workrooms, a top floor restaurant offering views out to the sea, a state-of-the-art fitness suite and more!
Aberdeen Altens Campus facilities
Aberdeen Altens Campus is perfectly situated at the beginning of a main arterial transport route to Stonehaven and the South.
The College runs a bus to our Altens Campus to and from Aberdeen City Centre (excluding holiday periods).
Study at Aberdeen Altens Campus
Parking is available on site for staff and students but is limited, and operates on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. All students, if wishing to park, must display a parking hanger on their car when on site. These can be obtained from reception.
Information & Support
Our friendly staff at the Aberdeen Altens Campus are in place to welcome you to the building, help you find your way around and help with any questions or queries you might have.
Our staff are dedicated to helping you make the most of your studying, so can assist with anything from IT queries and finding information, to how to access resources.
Sport & Fitness
Promoting the health, well-being and fitness of staff and students.
Where to Eat
Take a break at one of the places to relax, eat and drink at Aberdeen Altens Campus.
Monday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am – 4:15pm
Don’t take our word for it! Find out what our students think about studying at NESCol.
HND Digital Development & Design (Games Development)
“I feel the course has prepared me well for my new role and I’m excited to put my new skills into practice and have the opportunity to do something I love every day! “
Professional Cookery, Hospitality & Events Management
HND Events Management
“I’m so proud to have achieved my HND and come so far on my journey to achieving my degree. There is no age limit to education and achieving your dreams. If anyone else is thinking about returning to education, I would tell them to go for it!”
Business & Management
“NESCol has made a huge difference for me and I would say to anyone considering retraining to just go for it – you’ll be surprised at what you can achieve and the difference it will make in a short time. I would highly recommend college to others who have moved to Scotland from abroad, especially if you are not sure where to start with gaining qualifications. College is a great because it gives you the option to go straight into work or continue on to further study.”
Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
“So I had a rethink and chose to go to College and get back to a more practical course. I completed the Performing Engineering Operations courses in Manufacturing and then I was offered a CNC manufacturing apprenticeship with Baker Hughes.”
Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
“I knew I would get the chance to gain valuable work experience and get paid at the same time, and as MAs are funded by Skills Development Scotland it meant I could avoid a student loan.”
FA Hospitality with Events
“College is different to school, it’s a lot closer to real life experience, and I’ve really enjoyed my time at NESCol.”
FA Social Services & Healthcare
“I think the course has been a great preparation for the jump from school to university. “
Engineering Technical Support
“I am delighted that I have achieved my apprenticeship – it was important to me to gain a work-based qualification.”
Business and Administration, Level 6
“The apprenticeship to me gave me a chance to consolidate my knowledge – applying the theoretical learning to a real work based situation which makes so much more sense to me.“
“I think apprenticeships are the best way to go. They give you the opportunity to gain a great foundation and it’s worked really well for me.”