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Our Campuses

Edinburgh College has four main campuses

Find out more about our campuses by clicking on the links below.
Granton Campus
(formerly Edinburgh’s Telford College)
Granton is a bright, state-of-the-art campus by the sea, which has won praise from staff, students and the local community. Completed in 2006, it is modern and practical and accessible for people with disabilities.
Based in the North of Edinburgh, it is close to the A90 and has good public transport links. For directions to our Granton campus click here
Milton Road Campus
Milton Road
(formerly Jewel and Esk College)
Milton Road: based in the East of Edinburgh near the A1 and City Bypass the Milton Road campus has recently been renovated and provides innovative and purpose built to deliver modern educational qualifications and skills. For directions to our Milton Road campus click here.
Midlothian Campus
(formerly Jewel and Esk College)
Midlothian: based in Dalkeith, the Midlothian Campus opened to students in 2008 and is one of the most advanced technology teaching centres in Scotland, featuring an Oil Production Platform Simulator, specialist engineering and construction equipment and purpose built plumbing and electrical workshops. For directions to our Midlothian campus click here.
Sighthill Campus
(formerly Stevenson College Edinburgh)
Sighthill: our Sighthill Campus is based in the West of Edinburgh, close to the M8 and City Bypass with good public transport links. The Sighthill Campus opened a new Centre for Sport and Exercise in 2011 and the Music Box, a state-of-the-art music, practice and recording facility, opened in 2007. For directions to our Sighthill campus click here.
We have a range of excellent facilities available across our campuses, with three salons, two restaurants, a nursery two spas, sound and recording studios and conference hire facilities. For more information on the full range of amenities and services available to students, staff and the general public, please visit our services page.
The College also operates out of a number of other locations, including:
  • Construction Centre for Excellence at the Forthside building on West Shore Road, with training facilities for up to 700 apprentices and 200 adult learners
  • Duncan Place in Leith, which provides a range of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) courses
  • A range of outreach services across Edinburgh providing learning opportunities in local communities. 

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