Orkney College UHI’s Graduation and Awards Ceremony will return this September – the first graduation event to be held since 2019 – alongside a special event to celebrate the classes of 2021 and 2022 who graduated during the pandemic.
ERASMUS+ and Orkney: The Brexit Deal
ERASMUS+ has been one of the most effective programmes initiated by the EU.
Transforming People & Place: The University of the Highlands and Islands
£560million to the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire economies, 6,200 jobs supported
St Magnus Way: A Literary Pilgrimage
“In the Literary Pilgrimage project, we put out posters with texts by Orkney writers along the 55 mile pilgrimage route. The locations are chosen so that they fit with the text, and what you can see from there.”
Kristin Linklater :”inspirational and highly accomplished leader of arts in Orkney”
“Kristin will be greatly missed but her legacy will continue through the success of her students. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time.”
UHI Suspends All Face -to- Face Teaching
University of the Highlands and Islands partnership statement – Coronavirus
‘Bill and Nancy Hewison Fund’ – ‘A remarkable donation’ to support Orkney students
A teacher and keen artist from Orkney, has left a £930,000 legacy to the University of the Highlands and Islands to benefit higher education in Orkney.
Wood B Good St Colms Cards & Cafe Extends Opening Times
Following on from the success of the Friday cafe there are going to be extra openings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in March (see the poster for details).
Orkney, Shetland and The Merchants of Bremen and Hamburg
A major research project is to get underway investigating trade links in early modern Europe.
Orkney’s Neil Ackerman Awarded The Prestigious Robertson Medal From The Carnegie Trust
The prestigious Robertson Medal is only awarded to those whose work is outstanding.