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Scottish bids shortlisted for £236m growth fund
Four Scottish projects in running for UK-wide Strength in Places Fund.
SFC hosts UKRI
UKRI officials discuss Scotland’s research and innovation strengths.
Going Further for Student Carers
Supporting student carers in college.
£10.9m investment for innovation in Scottish construction sector
New Investment to Support “Innovation Revolution” in Scottish Construction Sector.
Scottish Universities and Colleges: SFC Funding Announcement
The Scottish Funding Council has today announced indicative funding allocations for the university and college sectors.
Supporting College Students
SFC meets all colleges’ requests for additional student support funding for 2018-19.
Care Day 2019
Celebrate the lives and voices of care experienced people.
Funding boost for carbon capture research
£150,000 fund announced to support Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage.
Scotland's STEM Strategy
Colleges lead the way to deliver more learning opportunities.
Gap narrows for deprived students
New figures show progress on widening access.