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Winning the Creative edge
Scotland set to benefit from major new investment in the arts.
SFC welcomes Programme for Government
SFC Interim Chief Executive welcomes Programme for Government.
SFC helps fight period poverty
Funding Council to support Government scheme in colleges and universities.
Funding boost for arts and humanities research
Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities secures additional funding.
SQA results data released.
Highest-ever number of applicants placed.
Graduates take the stage for Edinburgh Festival Fringe
SFC-funded Scottish Drama Training Network supports emerging performers
National Student Survey data shows Scotland in line with UK average
NSS 2018 results published by the Office for Students
Applications sought for low interest loan scheme
£40m to be made available for carbon reduction/campus development projects.
Funding chief helps Tayside and Fife youngsters celebrate success
SFC Chair Mike Cantlay joined in celebrations at the end of a widening access residential week.
First deaf Performing Arts Degree graduation
First cohort graduates from Royal Conservatoire today.