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Fees and Funding

The area of student finance can be a complicated and ever-changing one.

But don't worry. Funding is available to help you complete your studies, including bursaries to pay your tuition fees and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs.

There is also some discretionary funding available to help with childcare costs and unexpected hardship. This varies with each campus and can only be applied for once the course has started. Contact your campus Education Office for further details.

Investigate the links that are relevant to the type of course you are planning to take, and make sure you regularly check the related websites for the most up-to-date information.

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For help with student finance, further education funding and other aspects of student life, visit

How can I fund my studies?

Part Time and Short Courses

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For students studying any course part-time or individual modules.

College Courses (HN, City and Guilds)

Young students

Access courses and National Certificate courses.

Undergraduate Courses (HNC, HND, Degree)

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Higher National Certificates, Higher National Diplomas and Degrees.

Taught Postgraduate Courses (MSc, MA)

Postgrad students

MSc and Postgraduate Diploma courses.

Training Courses and Work based learning

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SRUC Training courses of all types and durations.

​​​​​​​International Students

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Information about Fees and Funding for International students.

Support from Grants and Trusts

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Other types of student loan, educational trusts, benevolent funds and scholarships.

Student Support

Campus Council

Student support information about the services, facilities and staff that develop the wellbeing of our whole student community.

£1000 Bursary

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Study with us in 2020 and you could get £1000 to help you along the way!

SRUC Student Recruitment

Telephone: 0800 269 453