An Aberdeen university has announced a new partnership to help more people into higher education.
Robert Gordon University announced it has teamed up with Fife College.
The initiative adds three more degrees to the university, which it was claimed will offer students greater flexibility and replaces the previous Advance Entry Agreement.
College students will be given a more affordable option to complete either their first and second year at the establishment.
Students will now be able to go straight into third year in architectural technology, BSc (Hons) in quantity surveying and BA (Hons) in fashion management.
James Dunphy, director of the department of enhancement of learning, teaching and access (DELTA) at RGU, said: “Fife College has an excellent reputation for developing successful learners. RGU is delighted to be able to support the college as it increases pathways to degree study and we look forward to welcoming increasing numbers of Fife College graduates to RGU as our relationship develops.”
Iain Hawker, assistant principal at Fife College, said: “We very much value our partnership with RGU and are very pleased to have signed this new memorandum.”