Education / Skills
What is Innovation in Education?
In recent years, we’ve seen transformative changes in how to nurture and inspire the minds of tomorrow. Innovation in education means solving real problems in new ways in order to promote equitable learning.
Identifying creative ways to connect with those in education and re-imagining how teaching is expressed and experienced will ensure we produce a vibrant new generation of thinkers and innovators. A focus on curriculum innovation across Education Scotland aims to ensure that curriculum development and design is strong, sustainable and responsive – and results in improved outcomes for learners across Scotland.
Glasgow is the only city in the UK outside of London to have two universities ranking in the top 40 nationally
Glasgow is in the top 10 in Europe or top 25 globally for the quality of its education and cultural provision
Our 12 HE/FE institutions educate some 185,000 students from 140 countries each year
Glasgow’s universities and colleges achieve global reach and resonance, and are re-connecting the city with its history of creativity, engineering and design. Alongside world-leading research capabilities, Glasgow’s universities also generate high levels of industry collaboration, research council funding, company spin-outs and student satisfaction. Along with the city’s colleges they have a track record of working with business to deliver bespoke courses tailored to future needs.
City of Glasgow College (CoGC) is Scotland’s largest and most modern technical and professional skills college. Its award winning £228 million twin-site super campus sits in the heart of Glasgow offers outstanding resources and opportunities for students to gain essential skills across 1,200 courses both on campus and online.
A merger of Central College Glasgow, Glasgow Metropolitan College, and Glasgow College of Nautical Studies, since 2010 the college has produced over 10,000 graduates. It also offers Merchant Navy officer training, producing up to 3,000 cadets each year, in its Riverside Campus on the south bank of the River Clyde – the most technologically advanced maritime campus in the world.
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