An Open Evening has been held at North East Scotland College in Fraserburgh for prospective students who are interested in part-time study.
The event was the first part-time study open evening to be held at the Fraserburgh campus since the college merged with its Aberdeen counterpart.
The open evening - which was held last week in the Atrium of the college - was held to try and relaunch and raise awareness of the part-time programme, vocational courses and the new learning for fun programme.
Prospective students could also find out more about existing courses, including HNCs.
As part of the event, visitors could browse the college’s new whole-year prospectus, which will allow students more time to plan their studies around other commitments.
Highlights of the prospectus included everything from British Sign Language to Conversational Polish to the Flavour of the World programme.
Visitors could learn more about a range of courses - including languages, catering, hospitality and sciences - throughout the evening.
Potential students were also able to go on a tours of the college campus - including a look at the recently-refurbished workshops.