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Edinburgh College Clearing Information

With Results Day almost upon us, please see below for information about Edinburgh College’s Clearing Day. This day is open to those interested in full time courses, part time courses and SCP courses.

Taking the next step

Our clearing event takes place at Granton Campus on Friday 11 August. Come along for application help and advice and to find out more about the courses we have available in 2023/24.

This event is for anyone who: 

·         Has already applied for a course but would like to speak to someone about their options after receiving their exam results.

·         Has changed their mind about their original choice of course.

·         Has not yet applied but wants to start a course in 2023/24.

With a combination of real-world experience and expert teaching, we equip our learners with the skills they need to get to university or start their dream career.

We still have spaces on SCP as well as full time and part time courses. Details of courses with places available can be found on our website

Volunteer Opportunity: Take part in a youth panel for Transport Scotland

We’re looking for young people aged 11-18 to take part in a co-design panel that will inform a new free bikes programme for young people due to rollout across Scotland next year. We’re especially interested in hearing from young people with diverse experiences and backgrounds including those from lower SIMD areas, care experienced, young carers, living rurally or living with disabilities.

No previous experience is necessary, and you don’t need to be a bike enthusiast to apply! We currently have 16 enthusiastic and friendly young people on the panel but we’re looking for a few more to help make it more representative of Scottish young people.

What’s involved?

The role of the panel is to explore Transport Scotland’s pilot scheme currently running that offers free bikes to eligible young people under 18. As a group, you’ll be supported to identify ways this scheme could be improved and test out these ideas along the way before producing a final report of your ideas at the end of the project.

Dedicated Young Scot staff will be on-hand to support you throughout the project too. We’re also happy to make reasonable adjustments to enable all young people to take part, and there will be an opportunity when you apply to tell us about any support or adjustments you need to contribute fully.

Project information

🎂 11-18 years old

📅 November 2022 – April 2023 with a mix of online Zoom calls and in person workshops.

⏰ The next workshop is planned for Saturday 3rd December in-person at Caledonian Exchange, central Edinburgh from 10.30-4pm.

🚌 Travel, Food and Accommodation are paid for when taking part in any project activity. Digital support is also available to take part.

How to apply

If you know a young person who would be interested in getting involved, please invite them to complete the following online form to apply online via Alchemer.

👉🏼Apply for the Free Bikes Programme Co-design Panel

This application form is also available as a word document and we will also accept verbal applications made using video or voice recording over the phone. Please contact to arrange this.

Next steps 

After you’ve applied, we will invite you to meet with a couple of Young Scot staff via Zoom for an informal chat. This will last roughly around 15 minutes and will be a chance for us to get to know you and tell you more about the project.


Email us on if you have any questions or would like to know more about this project – we’re happy to help!

More information

We’ll ensure this session is a safe and trusted place for you to participate. We do not accept any form of discrimination or prejudice against anyone on our projects based on your life experience, background, culture, or identity. This includes age, disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.

Find out more about #YSHive.

Check out our #YSHive Frequently Asked Questions.

Find more opportunities to get involved.

Free Bikes Programme Co-Design Panel Application Form