The EIS Union has proposed strike action of teaching staff which will take place on:
Please note that on Thursday 27th April, all classes will be CANCELLED. Campuses will open for students preparing for exams to undertake private study.
The EIS Union has proposed strike action of teaching staff will take place on:
All classes will be cancelled on Thursday 27th April.
Campuses will remain open for students studying for exams to use the library and learning centres.
All nurseries will remain open.
All evening classes will be cancelled on Thursday 27th April.
Classes will be cancelled on Thursday 27th April. Funding or bursaries will not affected.
No, the strike action is due to take place in Colleges throughout Scotland.
This strike action is as a result of a national ballot which was undertaken by the EIS union – a union which represents teaching staff.
We are doing everything we can to minimise disruption for students and will post more information here on our website as it becomes available. Please check this page regularly for the most up-to-date information.
No, only members of EIS can strike, which means that it only applies to teaching staff.
Funding and bursaries will not be affected on strike days.
All campuses will remain open and students can access these as normal.
All nurseries will remain open as usual.
We would like to reassure our students that we will make every effort to minimise disruption to your learning.