Our recently-renovated campus offers state-of-the-art facilities - like Taste, New College Lanarkshire’s gourmet student restaurant - and there’s even a dedicated student radio station. In Cumbernauld itself there's Tryst Sports Centre and Broadwood Stadium, as well as one of Scotland’s leading theatres. Fancy a change of scene? Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh are just a short train ride away.
Our Cumbernauld Campus sits at the very heart of the Cumbernauld community, and students are well-placed to take advantage of the retail and leisure facilities in the town centre.
There’s two sides to the Campus building: the distinctive architecture of the original B-listed, Gillespie, Kidd & Coia-designed landmark that’s visible for miles around, plus a three-storey teaching block with conference and business centre that was completed in 2006.
The hub of the Campus is The Street atrium, which buzzes with live broadcasts from the in-house radio station, RadioActive.
The Taste training restaurant is highly-rated on TripAdvisor, and it’s just a short walk from the Fusion hair and beauty salon.
The recording studios have been professionally designed and house more than £300,000 of the latest, industry-standard equipment.
In addition to the teaching areas, students have plenty of spaces within the Campus to eat, relax, study or engage with others.
Palacerigg Country Park, Cumbernauld Theatre, Broadwood Stadium, Colzium Estate in Kilsyth and sculptor Andy Scott’s 10m-high statue Arria are all worth a visit.
Cumbernauld has its own airport that offers flight training on light aircraft and helicopters.