The questions in this section form part of the information we are required to provide to the Scottish Funding Council
Previous Scottish School or Further Education College
Year last attended (eg 2008)
What is the highest qualification you held on entry to West Highland College?
A Levels A-E
Nationals, Standard Grade, SCE, GCSE at 1-3 or A-C
Nationals, Standard Grade, SCE, GCSE at 4-5 or D-E
Units e.g. Access
What type of student would you class yourself as once you start the course?
We ask for this information in case we need to contact somebody on your behalf in case of an emergency. This is sometimes referred to as next of kin, or ICE contact. Please ensure you have the consent of the individual to use their details.
Emergency contact name
What is the relationship of this person to you?
Please supply a contact number for your emergency contact
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Permanent Home Location
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