REFUGEES living in Inverclyde could benefit from a new £10,000 fund to aid students at West College Scotland.

The college has been awarded money through the Connecting Scotland project to support those whose second language is English.

It is aimed at equipping asylum seekers and migrants as well as refugees with Chromebook computers.

This is the third time the college has been award grants from the initiative, set up to aid those on the lowest incomes to connect digitally.