Courses at James Watt College
Summary: An introduction to courses at James Watt College, subjects offered, how to apply and the different methods and levels of courses explained.
Welcome to the Courses Section of our website. We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to find, fund and start a course.
If you know what course you are looking for click on the links below to apply online otherwise some common questions are answered below to help you choose the right path for your future.
Can I afford to go to College?
We appreciate the significance in this question. A lot of people want to study at college but are worried about how to find the money to pay for it. James Watt College are here to help you look at your options and the sources of finance available to you. Funding Advice
What subjects do JWC cover?
With 4 main campuses across the West of Scotland James Watt College are able to offer a varied range of course subjects. Each subject area have their own resources and facilities to make courses current, useful, and enjoyable. For each of our subject areas you can find out more including courses run, information about the industry, facilities you will use and examples of students' work. Browse Subject Areas
What alternative courses can I do?
James Watt College is not just about studying full-time from Monday to Friday. As well as part-time or distance learning versions of courses we have some alternative means of study.
At James Watt College we offer an exciting programme of evening classes at our Finnart Campus in Greenock and our North Ayrshire Campus in Kilwinning. These classes are run by our Enterprise Unit at different times during the year covering many subjects. These short courses cover a range of level from Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to leisure classes purely for fun.
View Evening Classes
As part of our Inverclyde and North Ayrshire Schools / College Partnership, we offer S3 - S6 school pupils the opportunity to study at College as part of their study options. More about our Schools Partnership and Vocational Programmes
Access to College & Training (ACT) Programme
Access to College & Training is a full time 18 week course run by James Watt College to provide students with recognised SVQ qualifications and essential skills to move into further training or college.
Students enrolling on this course may be eligible for Bursary funding or an Education Maintenance Allowance.
This programme is open to anyone aged 16+ years old who interested in enrolling on a college course. All applicants will be interviewed prior to entry. On successful completion of this course students may be eligible to apply for other full-time courses at James Watt College.
For more information about our Youth Programmes call us on 01475 72 44 33 ext. 2417, Text or call 07947 136 767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I apply for a course?
You can apply for courses online, via post or in person.
For help in applying for Full- and Part-time courses via the website see Applying Help. Alternative course types - as described above - have application details in their own sections.