Henderson Road, Fraserburgh AB43 9GA
About Fraserburgh Campus
The bright and modern Fraserburgh Campus provides a fantastic environment for NESCol students, staff and visitors.
From the stunning atrium area to the purpose-built learning areas featuring industry standard equipment, the facilities support a diverse range of courses.
A variety of subjects are studied at Fraserburgh Campus, with a range of full-time and part-time options. Art, floristry, business, engineering, science, welding and care are just a few of the different subjects you can choose from!
Fraserburgh Campus is well served by public transport links, with regular buses to and from the area. Student, visitor and staff parking is available on campus, and via on-street parking close by.
The College provides buses to our Fraserburgh Campus operating from a number of locations including Buckie, Ellon, Huntly, Inverurie, Peterhead and Turriff. These services run subject to demand, and therefore may change from time to time. Please check if a service is running in your area before your course starts – if in doubt, you can call the College for an update.
Please note that a charge is made for bus transport unless you are in receipt of a bursary and meet the conditions required for travelling expenses. In this case your transport will be funded from your bursary.
Face coverings should be worn while travelling on our transport unless an exemption applies.
Fitness Suite & Nursery
Hair & Beauty Salons
Information & Support
Our friendly staff at Fraserburgh 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.
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!
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
The building has been designed and landscaped to provide lots of social areas, which are vital to the life of any modern educational campus.
Where to Eat
For staff and students there are a number of places to eat and drink on campus:
- The Wallace Restaurant
- The Refectory
- The Mezzanine
- The Cafe
Study at Fraserburgh Campus
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! “
PDA Childhood Practice
“To advance my career I had the choice of a PDA or to go down the degree route and I knew from the outset that my learning style was better suited to the PDA option.”
Trainee Deckhand (NPA Maritime Studies)
“Within a month of finishing I was away on my first trip onboard the Grampian Cavalier.”
HND Media & Communication
“I think College is an excellent next step as although you have moved on from school and enjoy learning in an adult environment, the class sizes are still small so you really get to know your fellow students. I just felt so much better prepared for Uni having been at College. I don’t know if I would have stuck it out if I’d gone there straight from school to be honest as it is quite a big jump. My NESCol experience undoubtedly gave me the confidence to manage the demands of the degree.”
Electrical Maintenance Engineering, SCQF Level 6
“I am more of a hands on sort of guy so the apprenticeship route worked for me.”
Business & Management
Business and Administration, SCQF Level 6
“I’ve gained invaluable on-the-job experience and it’s helped me boost my confidence in my day to day job”
Carpentry and Joinery (SVQ Level 3), SCQF Level 6
“I like the fact that with an apprenticeship you are learning from those around you. The best thing for me is working with these experienced joiners and picking up hints and tips. In my field everyone has their own way of doing things – but they get the same result.”
Business & Management
Logistics Operations, SCQF Level 7
“An apprenticeship gave me the chance to prove to myself that I can do better.”
Social Services Children and Young People, SCQF Level 7
“I started out as the lunch lady at one nursery and now I am the Manager of Peek-a-Boo nursery. I would definitely recommend an apprenticeship – I would do it again.”
Business & Management
Warehousing, Storage and Distribution, SCQF Level 5
“I would definitely recommend the apprenticeship to others as it’s helped me gain a lot of knowledge across the warehouse and company as a whole.”