Your learning - what to expect


Our buildings are open to all students, allowing you to study on campus and access support services.

Many of our courses are delivered via a blended model – that’s a combination of face-to-face teaching and remote delivery. Our blended learning approach has connected our student community locally and across the world for over 20 years.

Our strength in blended learning means we have the expertise to enhance the delivery of our courses, allowing flexible delivery to suit personal circumstances and helping students to succeed at every stage of their learning journey.

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Modes of delivery

Modes of delivery

Courses at UHI Moray are delivered in a variety of different ways. Depending on your course, you will either study:

All classes take place face-to-face on campus.

Blended learning
Students study through a combination of face-to-face classes on campus and remote learning, where some lectures and other sessions are timetabled remotely via our virtual learning environment and video conferencing. 

You will access all learning via your computer or device. Lectures and other sessions are timetabled and you will attend these remotely via our virtual learning environment and video conferencing.  

You will access all your learning via your computer or device. Learning materials are posted online and you work through them in your own time, communicating with each other and your lecturer via discussions boards, forums and email. 

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Studying on campus

Studying on campus

Depending on your course, you will study at one or more of our campuses in Elgin:

Reducing the risk of Covid-19 transmission content

Reducing the risk of Covid-19 transmission

Reducing the risk of Covid-19 transmission

The virus has not gone away and the risks associated with outbreaks and new variants remain. If you are coming onto campus remember to follow Scottish Government guidance to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission:

  • students eligible for vaccination are encouraged to take up appointments when offered
  • follow national and any local testing guidance and participate in testing as advised to the general public, and to follow self-isolation guidance in place at any given time
  • use our sanitising facilities on campus for good hand hygiene​​​​​​
  • consider use of face coverings, even when not mandatory, in settings where risk of transmission might be considered higher​​​​​​ (for example work placement in healthcare settings, etc)

You can also visit the Student Information Scotland website for the latest information and advice for students on Coronavirus (COVID-19), including financial support for students facing hardship.