There are many types of students, a range of courses and specific requirements to consider when it comes to funding and finance. Student Information Scotland has official government guidance on further and higher education funding, including student loans, tuition fees, bursaries and grants.
Coming to college is an exciting time in your life and we want to make sure you get the most out of it – and have all your funding and support in place before you start. Whether it be tuition fees, travel expenses or bursaries, all information on support you may need during your time at college can be found here.
To ensure you get the maximum you are entitled to, and get paid on time, apply for funding as soon as you are accepted for your course and invited to apply.
Your application for funding and support will be considered on an individual basis, so make sure you read our guidelines closely and include all the necessary information! If you need further help, send us a quick email with all your questions.
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Further Education (Full Time)
Further Education (Part Time)
Higher Education (Full Time)
Higher Education (Part Time)
* Please note the Higher Education Bursaries (Young Person's Bursary and Independent Students' Bursary) are accessed via SAAS, and not via the College's Student Funding team.
The Motherwell Campus finance office is located in room 2A09.
The Coatbridge Campus finance office is located in room G48.
The Cumbernauld Campus finance office is located in room NB001.