If you need a hand, be assured that help is readily available.

At SRUC, we aim to provide a supportive service in an informal, flexible and, where appropriate, confidential way.

All students, whether you have (or suspect) a disability or not are encouraged to fill out our student support form. We will send it to the student support team at your campus who will use it to make sure you get any support you need.

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Support services we offer:

Academic support

We are committed to providing an accessible and inclusive study environment where everyone gets the support they need.

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Health & wellbeing support

The SRUC has a variety of advice and support available for the physical and mental well-being of our students.

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IT support

Shared Service Delivery (SSD) can help students with a wide range of issues. Email us on or call 0131 535 4444

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Career services

The courses offered at SRUC are very varied and open up a huge range of possible career paths.

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Financial support

Starting college is a big transition and we know that sometimes financial obligations while studying can become tricky. To help, we have a dedicated financial support page that gives practical help and advice on different ways you can help maintain your financial health as well as what steps you can take if you're struggling.

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International student support

Studying in a foreign country means there will be some different customs and culture; or even a lot. With a little preparation and knowledge this can be an exciting opportunity to learn and grow and be part of something new!

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SRUC is a Corporate Parent

Staff at SRUC are committed to supporting all students during their SRUC journey, which includes those under SRUC’s Corporate Parenting Umbrella.  These include care experienced students, student carers, estranged students, veterans, vulnerable adults, travellers, refugees, homeless students, and survivors of abuse.

SRUC will liaise with local authorities, social work, carers/guardians with a shared aim to make successful transitions to an independent learning, work, and life.

Each campus has a designated member of staff who acts as an impartial enabler of internal support and may provide guidance and arrange support during your period of study.  Contact information and relevant support is available to you on each campus.

Before you start your course, we would like to encourage you to tell us if you are in one of these categories. A member of support staff will contact you to discuss your individual needs, arrange transition and appropriate support.

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Educational and personal support FAQ

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Pathways to Study

Explore all the ways you can learn at SRUC. From entry-level to Master's degree and beyond, full or part time study, distance learning, apprenticeships, mature students and courses for schools. We're here to help you and your business thrive.

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