Moray Street

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Based next to the town centre in Elgin, our Moray Street Campus is home to the majority of our students. 

Having taken over the former Elgin Academy buildings, we opened in November 1971 as Elgin Technical College continuing the educational history of Elgin, which had a Grammar School from medieval times, was one of the first burghs in Scotland to provide an Academy in 1791.

In 1992, we opened The Beechtree Restaurant to provide students studying hospitality with hands on, practical experience in a real working environment. This was later joined in 2001 with the opening of our Student Services Centre and again in 2014 when Princess Anne, Chancellor of the University of the Highlands and Islands opened The Alexander Graham Bell Centre for Digital Health (AGBC), our research, education and business hub.

Our Moray Street Campus is also home to Moray School of Art, one of the five major art schools in Scotland.

Close up photograph of the Georgian arch at our Moray Street campus

 

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What’s on Campus?

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Social Spaces

Social Spaces

Looking for somewhere to relax, socialise or simply study? Our social spaces include:

Aye Pod

Our main social space the Aye Pod features comfy seats, a pool table and over lunch is home to our HATA Grab ’n’ Go shop.

The Quad

Perfect during the warmer weather and hidden in the middle of the Campus, the Quad is the ideal spot to get some much-needed fresh air, explore the vegetable garden and relax.

AGBC Café

When not in use for conferences, the AGBC Café is a nice spot to eat lunch, meet friends and people watch right next to our main Reception.

Upper Reception

The perfect place to study and unwind, the upper reception social space on the first floor features comfy seats and plenty of desk space for laptops.

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Where to eat?

Where to eat?

Beechtree Restaurant

Serving hot meals and snacks, as well as great coffee to staff, students and the general public, the restaurant acts as a showcase for our Hospitality and Tourism Academy (HATA) students.

The Little Lunchbox at Refectory

Curly fries anyone? Located next to the Aye Pod our Refectory is open daily offering students a selection of hot and cold meals, drinks and tasty treats provided by local favourite The Little Lunchbox.

 

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