Find out what's happening at D&A College...
As the current Covid-19 lockdown has been extended, we won’t be able to start on-campus learning again until at least the middle of February.
A twenty-three-year-old student from Dundee and Angus College has won, not one, but two prestigious national photography awards.
Catriona McLean, from SoilEssentials near Brechin, will be talking about everything from clarty boots and soil sampling to flying drones and, perhaps, how to keep donkeys!
Thirty-five-year-old Janine Ching is currently working part-time as a primary teacher. She still loves teaching but over time has come to realise that she wants her job to be more physical and creative rather than an emotional challenge.
Dundee and Angus College has come home with two prizes from this year’s College Development Network awards.
Zach Reilly, from SAC Consulting in Forfar, is inspiring students with tales from his time working on farms in the UK and New Zealand and Australia and his current role as an agricultural consultant.
The pandemic has been devastating for many industries, including the Performing Arts, but that hasn’t stopped former Dundee and Angus College dance and drama students from staying positive. Here, a few explain how they keep those creative talents alive and kicking...
Thanks to a new partnership with Lunan Bay Farm, we now have a herd of Boer and Scottish Cashmere goats chowing down on our overgrown scrub at our outdoor learning facility at the Glebe in Arbroath.
Building a career in agriculture these days can involve state of the art technology, cutting edge research and multi-million pound investment.
We have collated answers to the most common questions we are being asked to help provide some reassurance.