A HND Tourism student’s journey has taken her from college to university in only two years.
An Early Years Education link between Forth Valley College and Falkirk’s Comely Park Nursery, is proving fruitful for students and seasoned professionals alike.
Former Forth Valley College Accounting student Lorraine Hume, was delighted to add ‘University award winner’ to her list of achievements recently.
A HND Hospitality Management student from Forth Valley College helped to promote Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight (1-16 September) by attending a special event at Edinburgh Castle recently.
Emma Divers (26) is in the second year of her BSc in Applied Biological Sciences integrated degree course.
Rhiannon McGaw (19) from Grangemouth reckons Forth Valley College’s integrated BSc Applied Biological Sciences degree is the ideal course for those who do not have a background in science, but are willing to learn.
Lee Glen (18) from Bathgate is ramming as much learning as possible into his time at Forth Valley College on his BSc Applied Computing integrated degree.
Travel opportunities is one of the advantages of studying BA (Hons) Heritage and Tourism at Forth Valley College according to student Glen Kelly.
Luca Fanottoli (21), who is originally from Olengo, Italy, but now lives in Stirling, has just completed his second year on the BSc Applied Computing.
Mandy Reynolds (28) says that coming to college has made her realise she can do anything if she puts her mind to it.