Based in the North of Edinburgh, our Granton Campus is a modern, practical, accessible building, packed with state of the art facilities.
Our ‘Learning Street’ corridors have study spaces and computers as well as an on-site library and resource centre so that our students always have plenty of places to work in groups or individually.
The teaching spaces are equipped with data projectors and interactive whiteboards, bringing the most up-to-date technology into the classroom.
The campus has fully equipped sports halls, as well as specially equipped spacious art studios, complete with the latest tools and materials to produce a wide range of creative work.
Included in our range of excellent learning facilities at Granton Campus is Edinburgh College's Construction Centre for Excellence, based at the Forthside building on West Shore Road.
We offer a wide range of modern and traditional construction courses – from glazing, carpentry and stone masonry to conservation and heritage construction skills.
Granton also plays host to PASS - one of Scotland’s largest training providers in the performing arts, where many young actors, including Karen Gillan, have studied.
The main student social area is known as the ‘Hub’ and is surrounded by a range of college facilities, including student services, the student union and one of our Hair and Beauty Training Salons
. There are several places to eat too – as well as the College’s own training restaurant, The Apprentice.
Mon - Fri: 07:00 - 19:00
Food court: 8.00 - 14.00 Monday to Friday.
Coffee pod: 8.00 - 17.00 Monday to Thursday, and 8.00 - 16.00 Friday.
Forthside coffee shop: 9.00 - 11.00 Monday to Friday.
Library Opening Hours
Monday: 8.30 - 16.30
Tuesday: 8.30 - 18.30
Wednesday: 8.30 - 16.30
Thursday: 8.30 - 18.30
Friday: 8.30 - 16.30
Getting to our Granton Campus
By Foot and Bike
Plan your journey with Cycle Streets
Read the Granton Travel Active Guide for tips on how to fix your bike, routes and more.
Live journey tracker with Traveline Scotland
Granton Campus is close to the A90 and has good public transport links.
- From City Centre: 8, 14, 16, 24, 27, X29, 47 and 113
- From Leith: 16 and 200
- From the West: 200
- From Blackford/Morningside/Gorgie/Corstorphine: 38
- Night buses from the city centre: N16
You can access full network maps, route planning, and live travel information on the Lothian Buses website.
Limited parking is available at each campus. Parking permits must be displayed on your vehicle at all times.
You can apply for a parking permit by picking up a form from your campus reception. Please collect your parking permit from reception 3 days after submitting. You should note that a parking permit does not guarantee you a parking space. We would always recommend you use one of the above methods of transport, whenever possible.