Fees and funding
There are several options that can help you with fees and funding based on the type of course you are studying.
College and university course 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.
Higher education students
This includes HN (HNC/HND) and Degree courses.
- Student Finance FAQs for higher education (PDF)
- SRUC enrolment, tuition fees and loans funding information (PDF)
- Higher education bursaries and funding (PDF)
- SAAS fee grant for part-time students (PDF)
- Tuition Fees Booklet (PDF)
Paying your fees
If you're paying your own fees or are sponsored, you'll need to fill out the Statement of Tuition Fees Liability form.
Further education students
This includes Certificate, introduction and NC courses
For help with student finance, further education funding, and other aspects of student life, visit the Student Information Scotland website.
Find out more about the funding options available.
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.
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.
- Download our tuition fees booklet for all our taught postgraduate courses.
- Find out more about postgraduate funding with The University of Edinburgh.
- Find out more about postgraduate funding with The University of Glasgow.
Residence arrangements for EU/EEA/Swiss 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 and Swiss nationals and their family members, and 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. It may be of interest to you if you fall into one of these categories. You can read the guide here.
Are you part of the SRUC alumni?
SRUC alumni are eligible for a discount of up to 15% on SRUC postgraduate courses. Find out more.