The history of Glasgow Kelvin College goes back to 1934 when the Trades School of Glasgow opened its doors as the City's first purpose built vocational education and training facility.
Glasgow Kelvin has created a truly innovative and ambitious community of learning for its students and staff. With engineering, science and construction, the creative industries of jewellery design, fashion, art and music, humanities, beauty therapy, health and sport, courses at Glasgow Kelvin offer progression routes, leading to further study, or employment.
Glasgow Kelvin has five campuses in Glasgow each with is its own cosmopolitan community of students from a wide range of academic and cultural backgrounds. With state of the art facilities, an extensive portfolio of courses, and a broad range of entry and exit points, Glasgow Kelvin is sure to have a learning option that is right for you.