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Carnegie College is a further education college based in Halbeath, Dunfermline
Fife colleges offer the highest quality teaching for students, from the age of 16 into adulthood.
With close links to industry, students learn with a focus on getting to the next stage - be that further education or employment. Academic courses are available alongside practical skills-based training so there is something to suit all stages and needs.
Many Scottish colleges offer the option to study full-time, part-time (day, evening, even on Saturday mornings), by open or flexible learning.
Adam Smith College
Adam Smith College offers courses from introductory level through to degrees and professional qualifications. Students are based in four main campuses across Fife and have the use of 'Learning Spaces' and computer rooms. Courses range from tourism and hospitality to engineering and languages and the Adam Smith Future Skills Centre specialises in the teaching of renewable energy related subjects.
Across the three towns of Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath and Rosyth, Carnegie College offers hundreds of flexible certificates, courses and qualifications from accounting to plumbing. The burgeoning renewables sector in Fife has led to the Whitlock Energy Collaboration Centre being opened in Rosyth, offering a comprehensive range of engineering training services.
Elmwood College offers a mix of golf-related specialisms (including its own golf course and clubhouse) and traditional courses. Landbased courses include agriculture, animal care and conservation. There are also a variety of health, hospitality and management courses.
Fife also has plenty of centres offering courses for adult learners, whether the idea is to retrain, learn a new skill or language or simply to try something new.