Your future starts here.
If you have an interest in problem solving and tackling challenges, then a career in engineering may be the one for you. Engineers are needed in various roles across a whole range of industries – including transition, transport, technology, aerospace, medicine, construction, food and drink, production, sports, fashion, entertainment, protection and more!
As well as a host of full-time courses, we also offer part-time and distance learning in Engineering where you can study at a location near you or choose to study online.
Of NESCol engineering students achieving SCQF Level 7 moved to work or further study¹
Extra low carbon energy production roles in Scotland by 2050²
Energy transition skills
NESCol has a key role to play in ensuring the North East has a workforce equipped to embrace the opportunities presented by energy transition, with tens of thousands of jobs being created as Scotland continues its journey to net zero.
The College works closely with industry partners to ensure the skills required in the employment market are reflected in the courses we offer and the knowledge and experience built by our students.
We are delivering learning and training in a number of keys areas. These include:
- Onshore and offshore wind
- Hydrogen power
- Energy saving and low carbon construction technology
- Electric and hybrid vehicle maintenance
Aerospace, Construction, Energy Industry and Energy Transition including Renewables, Entertainment, Environmental Protection, Fashion, Food and Drink Production, Manufacturing, Medicine, Sports, Technology and Transport.
New welding and fabrication jobs to be created to support energy transition³
Where you can study
At Fraserburgh and Altens campuses our students learn in surroundings that replicate the world of work — from automotive workshops, complete with spray booths, to professional welding facilities and much more. A major focus is on developing the College’s resources dedicated to energy transition, with exciting investment plans.
What our students think
In autumn 2021, more than 5,000 full-time students responded to our First Impressions Survey (86% of those eligible) and we are delighted to share some of the feedback we received.
Get in touch
Our student advisers can help with any application enquiries.
Contact the team directly by calling 01224 612330, dropping into your local Student Advice Centre, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Student advisors are also available on LiveChat when the chat icon appears at the bottom of our website.
¹ Source: Scottish Funding Council
² Source: Scottish Government
³ Source: Skills Development Scotland