Do your Degree Differently at Forth Valley College

Forth Valley College offers a range of degree courses in partnership with three of Scotland's leading universities. This approach to learning meets the needs of future employers by creating 'work ready' graduates.

Benefits of studying your degree this way:

  • Study locally, reducing living and travel costs
  • Smaller class sizes with more one-to-one time with lecturers
  • Focus on practical lab and technical skills
  • An opportunity to build confidence before going to university
  • Develop the skills to become industry ready
  • Full university status from day one
  • Integrated programme of employer and industry involvement
  • The programmes are supported by key industry partners including Historic Environment Scotland, Visit Scotland and Diageo

In Partnership with three leading Scottish Universities

Associate Student Scheme Information

We've got an Associate Student Scheme in place with Edinburgh Napier University for students on the following HND courses: 

HND Cyber Security can progress onto the BEng (Hons) Computer Security and Forensics.
HND Electrical Engineering can progress onto the BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering
HND Mechanical Engineering can progress onto the BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering or BEng (Hons) Energy & Environmental Engineering. 

Students are welcome to participate in the Associate Student Scheme from the first year of their HND course.

This allows students to enrol with the University and take part in a planned programme to support their transition to university study whilst also gaining access to a range of student services.

By participating in the Associate Student Scheme, students are guaranteed a year 3 place at Edinburgh Napier University provided they meet the conditions for entry at the end of their 2-year HND at Forth Valley College.

Associate Student Scheme Courses

Looking for some more information?

Please contact:

Forth Valley College:

University of Stirling:


University of Strathclyde:

Edinburgh Napier University:

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Call 01324 403000

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