North Glasgow College, 123 Flemington Street, Springburn, Glasgow, G21 4TD 0141 630 5000
  • Admin. staff 167
  • Campus Glasgow
  • Established 1965 (Springburn College of Engineering)
  • Location Glasgow, Scotland
  • Principal Ronnie Knox
  • Students 6,000
  • Type College of Further Education
  • Vice principal
North Glasgow College is a college located at Springburn in Glasgow and one of the main providers of further education in the city. After the liquidation of the North British Locomotive Company in 1961, the main administration building of the company was bought by Glasgow Corporation and used as an annexe of Stow College, until becoming Springburn College of Engineering in 1965 and later Springburn College in 1981. Its primary role was the teaching of engineering apprentices.
Many of the evening classes offered by North Glasgow College are approved for ILA Scotland £200 or SAAS Part-time Fee Grant funding of up to £500.
Accounting HNC - Part time Fee Grant Funding available
Acrylic Nails
Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body
Art and Design: Printmaking
Beyond the Empire
Body Massage
Building Services Multi-Discipline
Business HNC - Part time Fee Grant Funding available
The new combined college remained located in the former headquarters of the North British Locomotive Company but in early 2009 moved to a new purpose built campus opposite, on the site of the former NBL Hyde Park railway works.