Hi Raven and everybody else,
There are some good colleges to study midwifery in the UK. If you'd like to get in touch with UK midwives to ask which ones they recommend in the UK or in Scotland specifically, I recommend you subscribe to the ukmidwifery yahoo list at http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/ukmidwifery/
You could also ask about chances for a kind of apprenticeship there. It would not be a real apprenticeship, but more something like work experience. You could e.g. ask an Independent Midwife or at a NHS Birth Centre. (When googling for Birth Centres in the UK, make sure you spell it Centre, not Center.) Independent Midwives can be found here: http://www.independentmidwives.org.uk/
For more general information about homebirth in the UK, here's an excellent site: http://www.homebirth.org.uk/
One thing you should know about midwifery in the UK is, that it always requires college. You can do a direct entry course or first become a nurse, then become a midwife in a shorter course. Whichever way you choose, when you graduate, you are a midwife. There is only one kind of midwife. Not CPM, CNM etc., only one kind, midwife, full stop. This applies to all EU countries.
You should also know that while the UK midwifery exam is acknowledged in all other EU countries and basically most countries in the whole wide World, it is not acknowledged in the US. So if you want to live in the US in the future, you might have a problem there. Vice versa also applies: US midwifery exams are not acknowledged in the EU.
Hope this helped a bit. If you have more questions, just ask.