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The Examinations Centre is situated on the ground floor of the University Centre. The majority of written and online examinations take place on this floor, this area is also accessible for wheelchair users. The Exams Office is also located on this floor in UC005.
Amongst others, we provide:
- GCSE, iGCSE and GCE examinations for private candidates;
- The Citizenship (Life in the UK) Test;
- Paper based and online exams for candidates who need to take examinations and do not wish to travel to the UK e.g. University resits, and professional exams
For more information, guidance and forms and please click on the topics at the right of this page.
Learning Resouces Centre
The Learning Resources Centre (LRC) at Highlands College, incorporates a library with IT facilities, and provides access to a wide range of printed and electronic learning materials which can help you with your studies.
The LRC is located on the top floor of the Nightingale Building and is split between three areas, research IT suite and study area. The area has comfy seating where you can discuss work or simply read the daily newspaper, along with a section of tables to write assignments or use personal laptops.
Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 4.30pm
Contact us on 01534 608 590
Top floor of Turner building.
Books, DVDs, Newspapers, Journals, Printing/photocopying, Silent room with PCs, HE quiet study room.
LRC staff can help with password changes, IT, printing, access to information.
A fabulous dining experience awaits you at the Academy Restaurant at Highlands College. The Academy always strives to reflect the current industry trends where the students are professionally trained in our fully functional kitchen, restaurant, and bar.
Here at the Academy Restaurant we endeavor to serve traditional dishes with a modern twist. We strive to create dishes that incorporate seasonal and local produce as much as possible. For those that want to experience the ultimate in modern dining, why not try our Wednesday lunchtime or Thursday evening menu?
These are run by our students, preparing and serving meals under the supervision of industry experienced chefs and front of house manager.
If you require exclusive use of the Academy Restaurant, please contact the Restaurant Manager to arrange. A maximum of 50 guests can be accepted in the restaurant. A range of menus are available and a full bar list at extremely competitive prices.
Why not experience a business lunch with us at the Academy Restaurant with the opportunity to continue the meeting at your leisure.
We can cater for groups of up to 50 people with a wide range of menus available.
Why not take the opportunity to sample the wonderful food cooked by Jersey’s up and coming talent!
Contact us on 01534 608 560 or use the enquiry form below.
Wednesday, term time only, 12pm.
Thursday, Term Time only, 6.30pm.
Hair & Beauty Academy
Imagine a place where all the latest and greatest hair and beauty services are delivered by enthusiastic trainee stylists and therapists, at more than affordable prices?
The Hair & Beauty Academy at Highlands College has been professionally training students for more than 40 years. The largest and most established training academy in Jersey, they prepare and qualify stylists and therapists of the future into exciting careers within the industry.
If it’s a hair tint or balayage or a top up of the latest gel nail colour you’re looking for, the Hair & Beauty Academy can help you stay looking your best – without the high street price-tag. The talented students work with Wella Professional Colour and Dermalogica beauty treatments to deliver the highest quality service.
Prices start at £24 for a full head tint £17 for ladies cut & finish; beauty services include £17 for gel nails and £22 for a deep cleanse facial or full body Swedish massage.
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We look forward to welcoming you soon. Plenty of free parking.
Interested in a career in Hair Styling or Beauty Therapy?
Becoming a qualified beauty therapist or Hair Stylist is a career with endless possibilities, in terms of earning potential and variety. As a qualified beauty therapist or stylist you could work for yourself, run your own salon, become a session stylist, work on tours and fashion shoots or be employed on a cruise liner, airline or spa, and potentially travel the world.
We offer a varied number of professional and vocational Hair & Beauty courses throughout the year:
Shampoo & Finish
Includes conditioning hot towel treatment.
Monday: 11.30am — 3.00pm
Wednesday: 1pm — 3.00pm
Cut & Finish
£17 for a cut with a blow dry
£22 for a restyle and NEW LOOK!
Reception hours are at the following times to make appointments
Monday: 11am – 6pm
Tuesday: 9am – 4pm
Wednesday 9am – 4pm
Thursday 11am – 6pm
Friday 9am – 4pm
A full range of tints and foils also available
Café Connect is our new student relaxation area within the Nightingale building on the college campus. In order to augment the student experience, the college has created a new refractory and common room. This new facility will encourage students to spend more time on the campus in a safe and relaxing environment. Our new enrichment programme complements Café Connect in offering an improved student experience, developing them as people and learners. It comprises of a new canteen that is run by Highlands College, along with a modern common room. Highlands College is aiming to maximise opportunity for the Island’s students whilst providing them with a professional environment in which to interact.
Philip Mourant Centre
The Philip Mourant Centre in Trinity is Highlands College’s satellite centre used specifically for Adult & Community Education. The PMC as it is affectionately known began life as the College’s horticultural and agricultural training centre. The site had been gifted to the Education Department in memory of Philip Mourant for the training of young men in horticulture and agriculture. In 1999, the College’s Adult & Community Education programme moved to the site with a view to increasing lifelong opportunities for Islanders. Over the next few years the programme grew significantly and was able to offer daytime and evening leisure courses at a venue that worked extremely well for adults.
Today the Centre boasts six classrooms, an art studio, a ceramics studio and two workshop spaces for practical courses such as upholstery and stained glass. Classes operate in the day and evening during the week and occasionally at weekends. On average 550 students use the Centre each term.