The area of student finance can be a complicated and ever-changing one. But don't worry, funding, including bursaries and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs, is available to help you complete your studies.

We also have discretionary funding to help with unexpected hardship, and childcare funding to help with childcare costs. Discretionary funding can only be applied once your course has started. Contact your campus education office for further details.

Further funding information in British Sign Language is available on the SAAS website.

Tuition fees overview

Find out more about the costs of our courses.

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Higher education

This includes HN (HNC/HND) and Degree courses.

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Further education

This includes Certificate, introduction and NC courses.

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For help with student finance, further education funding, and other aspects of student life, visit the Student Information Scotland website.

Step by step guide to further education funding applications

Postgraduate funding

If you are a Scottish student you may be eligible to apply to SAAS for a tuition fee loan. The SAAS website is the best place to start your investigation.

Information about Postgraduate Masters Loans and Professional and Career Development Loans can be found on the Gov.UK website.

Some of our postgraduate courses are awarded by The University of Edinburgh or the University of Glasgow. For course-specific information about how to fund your study, search our course catalogue.

SRUC also offers discounts for Alumni, for more information visit our alumni discount page.

Further information

Are you part of the SRUC alumni community?

SRUC offers a 15% discount on tuition fees to SRUC alumni on its taught postgraduate programmes awarded through the University of Glasgow and a 10% discount on those validated by The University of Edinburgh.

Visit our alumni discount page for more information, how to apply and terms and conditions.

International students

Find out about funding for students after Brexit

Residence arrangements for EU/EEA/Swiss and Irish Nationals

SAAS have produced a guide for staff in colleges and universities with responsibility for determining the fee status of students. This guide sets out residency conditions for EU, EEA, Swiss and Irish nationals and their family members, as well as UK nationals living in the EU, who are studying courses of further and higher education in Scotland from the start of the academic year 2021-22.

Download the SAAS EU residence interim guide

Student bursaries

Have a look at bursaries, awards and scholarships offered at SRUC.

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Student finance FAQs

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Open days

During our online open days you can talk to course tutors and students and find out why studying at SRUC is such a unique experience.

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Virtual Experience

We've created a Virtual Experience platform for students where you can find great videos and examples of what it’s like to study our courses, along with campus and facility tours.

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Find out more about all of the courses we have on offer at SRUC.

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