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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.
£12m investment in Scotland’s Laboratories
Scotland’s universities will benefit from a £10.15 million investment into adapting and improving their research laboratories as part of an £88 million UK wide scheme.
Universities invited to sign up to Concordat
Universities UK and GuildHE have launched the opportunity for institutions to sign up to the Knowledge Exchange (KE) Concordat.
Fresh guidance to deliver upskilling and reskilling in response to COVID–19
The Scottish Funding Council (SFC) has published fresh guidance and college funding allocations for 2020-21’s Flexible Workforce Development Fund.
A time for change
SFC publishes findings from Phase 1 of its Review of Colleges and Universities.
Reskilling for economic recovery
Upskilling fund will be used to support people back into jobs.
Planning the digital revolution
Report takes a bold look into the future and how to prepare for it .
SFC announces £13.2m of research funding
GCRF funding will be used for research collaborations to solve global issues.