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College and university return postponed due to COVID-19
The Scottish Government has announced university students will be taught online throughout January and February
Mapping Scotland’s learning pathways
SFC has published a new statistical report looking at student transitions from college to university.
Creating a Hydro Nation
University of Stirling to host ambitious new partnership initiative.
Scottish KE Awards 2021
Record number of categories as awards expand.
New £25m training fund for skills
First projects announced for National Transition Training Fund.
Skills fund now available to SMEs
SFC to distribute £5M to support SMEs through colleges and the OU in Scotland.
Draft Gaelic Language Plan 2020-25
The Scottish Funding Council (SFC) has published for public consultation its draft Gaelic Language Plan 2020-25.
Extra £1.32 million to improve wellbeing
Students to have access to more support to help deal with the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Growing the Young Person’s Guarantee
The first organisations to back the £60 million Young Person’s Guarantee have been announced.
Demonstration of Web App that makes education pathways clear
Carole Mooney of Napier University demonstrates how the Pathways Web App is used.