Learning Centres

We understand that it is not always possible or convenient for everyone to study at the main campus sites in Dundee or Arbroath. The College has established flagship Learning Centres in Forfar, Montrose, and Kirriemuir and will continue to offer outreach classes in Brechin.

Forfar Learning Centre

A relaxed and comfortable environment to study  full and part-time courses and enjoy a wide range of leisure classes.
Besides two state-of-the-art IT suites, the centre houses two boardroom/meeting rooms fully equipped with presentation equipment which are available to let by the local business community.
Disabled access and parking is available.

Forfar Learning Centre, 22 West High Street, Forfar, DD8 1BA. Tel: 01307 461828

Kirriemuir Learning Centre

Situated close to the town centre providing a bright and relaxed atmosphere for a range of learning opportunities.

Kirriemuir & The Glens Learning Centre, Fairlie House, Kirktonhill, Kirriemuir, DD8 4HU. Tel: 0300 123 1010

Montrose Learning Centre

The largest of our Learning Centres, it comprises two general classrooms, two IT suites, a training flat, a social area and a meeting room for counselling and interviews.

Montrose Learning Centre, 62 North Esk Road, Montrose, DD10 8TG. Tel: 01674 671686


We also link up with Dundee community organisations to provide courses to suit your needs and interests.

Community learning gives you the chance to learn new things that will be fun and interesting and can give you ideas about further study or  help you with your career. These include Taster courses (you gain a College Certificate for completing these) and Certificated courses (including  assessments leading to  a certificate from SQA).

Our Community Learning Team works with learners of all ages from the community.  We are here to help you find out about and join community courses, short courses in the College, and Flexible IT Learning. 

We work in partnership with Discover Learning - a partnership between Dundee and Angus College and Dundee City Council Leisure & Communities Department.

The partnership provides access to learning opportunities in your own neighbourhood, taking into account barriers to learning such as unemployment, childcare arrangements, shift work etc.

On the Discover Learning website you can find out more about learning in your local community. There are many places where you can learn throughout Dundee, so there's bound to be someplace very near you.

Contact the Dundee Campus Community Learning Team on 01382 834862 or scl@dundeeandangus.ac.uk