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New undergraduates at 10 year high
Figures released by UCAS also show more disadvantaged students starting this year.
‘Vital’ £3.6m for student support counsellors
New funding announced today to support student mental health and wellbeing.
Clear vision for future of Scottish water
£3.5m investment in water research and innovation will create new Hydro Nation leadership post.
Safe return to campuses
Updated guidance for colleges, universities and student accommodation.
Special guidance issued for 2020 pass rates
SFC sets out the process for additional funded places for Scottish universities.
£60 million worth of funding available to Universities in response to Covid-19
Universities in Scotland are being invited to put forward projects to take advantage of up to £60m of low interest loans from SFC.
£5m to help disadvantaged students
New cash to increase digital inclusion.
Interface celebrates its 15th anniversary
This August, Interface is celebrating its 15th anniversary with news of a record number of partnerships and research and development projects.
More R&D funding to develop projects set to boost local economic growth
THREE new projects in Scotland are set to benefit from early stage investment from UKRI’s Strength in Places Fund (SIPF).
New report recommends articulation pathways
Colleges and Universities launch plans for more flexible pathways for learners in the post-COVID economy.