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Inverurie Community Campus

Victoria Street, Inverurie AB51 3QZ

About Inverurie Community Campus

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Our Part-time courses in Inverurie are taught at Aberdeenshire Council’s Inverurie Community Campus. This is a new facility for the Aberdeenshire town, opening in 2020.


The Inverurie Community Campus is based in the heart of the town centre in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. It is less than 20 miles from Aberdeen, and well situated for those based in rural areas.

Transport Links

The Inverurie Community Campus is well served by local transport links, with buses and trains leaving the centre of Aberdeen regularly, and buses from other rural towns and villages available as well. The centre is also easily accessible by road, due to its central position within Inverurie.


Part-time Courses

Our part-time courses will help you change career, upskill your existing knowledge and expertise, or give you an extra qualification to help you land that big promotion!


Student Stories

Kirsten Koss

Kirsten Koss

Social Sciences

HND Social Sciences

“I’m so glad that I came to NESCol because it really has been a life changing experience. I think Social Sciences is a great place to be if you’re curious about the world or if there’s something that really frustrates you about the system and you’d really like to see it change. Studying an HND in Social Sciences really helped me to see the world in a better light. The department has such down to earth, friendly, normal staff and I would jump at the chance to finish my studies at the college if I could. Choose College – it really is a wonderful place!”

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Margarita Ivanova

Margarita Ivanova

Business & Management

HND Accounting

“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.”

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