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Record year for Converge Challenge
Converge Challenge 2018 has received a record-breaking 223 applications from Scottish universities.
Apply now to be a Winning Student
Applications now open for Winning Students, Scotland’s national sports scholarship programme.
New figures reveal rise in Scottish postgraduates
SFC reports chart increase in postgraduate numbers
New loan funding for greener campuses
£16.6m of SFC loan funding to be invested in carbon reduction
Three more cancer projects win funding
Another three projects win Cancer Innovation Challenge funding to improve cancer care in Scotland.
Developing a UK industrial strategy
SFC joins strategic partners in SCDI UK industrial strategy event.
International Women’s Day – Press for Progress
This year’s International Women’s Day theme is Press for Progress.
£1.8 billion allocated to universities and colleges next year
SFC publishes 2018-19 indicative funding allocations.
Cancer Challenge projects win £100k funding
Digital apps for cancer patients to report symptoms move to phase 2 of the Cancer Innovation Challenge.
All eyes on the goal for student sport
College and university students to get more involved in sport, thanks to a £465,000 investment.