Fees & funding
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 tuition fees, living, and travel costs, is available to help you complete your studies.
There are several options that can help you with fees and funding based on the type of course you are studying.
All students undertaking programmes of study at SRUC are required annually to pay tuition fees.
The cost of studying at SRUC depends on what programme you are undertaking. You can find specific costs and detailed tuition fee information in our tuition fees information booklet through the link below.
Further education funding for Scottish students
Eligible FE Scottish students do not need to pay for their tuition fees on a further education course. Additionally, there are a number of funding opportunities available to help with other costs involved in studying with us.
Further education funding for rest of UK students
Further education students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands, or Isle of Man may be eligible to have their tuition fees paid as part of a bursary. Additionally, there are a number of funding opportunities available to help with other costs involved in studying with us.
Further education funding for international students
To be eligible to apply for tuition fees, student loan, bursary, and living costs grants you must be a resident of the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for the three years immediately before your course. But there are a number of other funding opportunities available to help with non-tuition costs of studying with us.
Higher education funding for Scottish students
Funding opportunities for higher education Scottish students is different depending on if you will be studying an undergraduate or postgraduate course.
Higher education funding for rest of UK students
Higher education funding options and opportunities available to students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, and the Isle of Mann.
Higher education funding for international students
International students studying a higher education course at SRUC have a number of funding opportunities available to help with the costs of studying with us.
Higher education funding guides in BSL
These helpful videos in British Sign Language (BSL) explain what you need to know if you are thinking about going to college or university to study a higher education course and are planning to apply for student finance.
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