Fife College newly wrapped vehicles are pictured in front of the Forth Rail Bridge.  

Fife College’s latest marketing campaign has been making many more people aware of the benefits of coming to college in recent months.    

The campaign has been inspiring people to think about where they want to be in the future, career choices and what salaries they may earn in the future and how college can help them get there.

From social media posts and digital adverts to outdoor banners and billboards, there will be few people who have missed the colourful campaign being promoted across Fife in recent months with bold slogans and future career insights.

Now the College’s own cars and vans have joined the campaign with two already on the road and plans to roll out more in the coming months.

Diane Ellis, Director of Marketing at Fife College said: “College’s play a vital part in helping people achieve their goals and it is important that they are aware of all the choices available from part-time study and modern apprenticeships to flexible learning and degree programmes.

“We are delighted that our ‘What If I Told You’ campaign, created through in depth research and collaborative working with College colleagues, has been a great success, boosting the number of visits to our website and raising awareness of the college route.

“Our newly wrapped vehicles look amazing and have formed part of our offline approach – we are targeting a wide audience so it is important that we are seen in as many places as possible so that everyone can see the benefits of coming to Fife College.”

Courses, such as architectural technology, business administration, childcare, and computer games are still available across Fife College’s campuses in Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Rosyth and Levenmouth. 

Fife College offers the opportunity to study the first two years of a degree locally, saving money on travel and accommodation.  Students can also study your full ordinary or honours degree at Fife College, in partnership with Abertay University.

Courses starting in September are available now.  For further information and to apply for courses visit our course pages or call 0344 248 0115.