Part-time undergraduate students ordinarily resident in Scotland can apply to SAAS for a tuition fee grant. The level of grant available will be linked to the number of credits you are studying. Students must meet the normal residency rules that apply for full-time students:
To be eligible you must meet the following criteria:
|SCQF level||Higher Education Qualification|
|8||Higher National Diploma|
|Diploma in Higher Education|
|7||Higher National Certificate|
|Certificate of Higher Education|
The level of tuition fee support will be pro-rata on the number of SCQF credits you take. If you increase your credits after the cut off-date (1 December for Autumn start courses), you will NOT get a top-up of additional fees. The maximum part-time fee grant will be £1,805 for publicly funded degree level courses.
If you are applying for a course starting commencing on or after 1 August 2013, you will be able to download a 2013-14 application from the SAAS website after June 2013.
Applications must be with SAAS no later than 3 months after your course start date.
Only Fees and Student Support staff in Academic Registry are authorised to sign and stamp your form and certify that you are studying part-time on a course that is eligible for funding. Staff must confirm the number of credits you are taking over the academic session. Please be aware that they may be unable to certify your form until you have agreed your courses for the coming academic session with your Personal Tutor or Student Support Officer.
If you are in receipt of any sponsor funding for tuition fees, you must bring a copy of your sponsor letter with your application form to Academic Registry before you submit it to SAAS.
If you are studying with OLL, please arrange to see Suzanne Spalding, Student Support Officer to get your application form stamped and certified.
If you are studying with Moray House School of Education on the course Froebel in Early Childhood Education, please arrange to see the course administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) before coming to Academic Registry to get your application form stamped and certified by a member of the Fees and Student Support team.
Your application will be assessed and if successful you will be sent an award letter by SAAS.
This article was published on May 24, 2013