College sparks new future for Karl

Forty-six-year-old Karl Wells decided to come to Edinburgh College to achieve something new and to take the first step to gaining a degree. Karl has already made waves within the College’s Engineering department, having been presented with the Engineering Student of the Year Award at Prize Giving 2019 held at Granton Campus last month. Karl,…

Edinburgh College Development Trust awards first STEM scholarship

An Edinburgh College HND Electrical Engineering student has been awarded a new scholarship which will see him working alongside College staff to inspire thousands of pupils to consider STEM careers. Ladislav Horvath, has been named the first ever David Doig Foundation STEM scholar following a successful interview. He will now help deliver the College’s STEM…

Female students visit EDF Torness Power Station

Twenty female College students from nine different Science and Engineering classes visited EDF Torness Power Station earlier this week to take part in a Women in Engineering careers event. This inaugural event was created by the College’s Engineering team and EDF to give female students the opportunity to meet positive role models from industry and…

College hosts pupils from Lothian schools for annual construction competition

Edinburgh College played host to 50 local school pupils as it held the Edinburgh heat of the annual Construction and Built Environment Challenge (CABEC) yesterday. Young people from Castlebrae Community High School, Inveralmond Community High School, Forrester High School, North Berwick High School and Trinity High School descended on the College’s Forthside construction facility to…