A number of websites, are listed below, that may be of interest if you are considering studying at a higher education institution in Scotland.
Information about funding, scholarship opportunities, and study abroad programmes.
Search for scholarships and university courses in Scotland.
English language testing.
The National Union of Students, Scotland.
Information about visas and immigration.
Website of the Scottish Government. Includes Scottish Office news and information covering government news, publications, reports and consultations.
The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework was developed to help both learners and providers of learning to understand how learning programmes relate to each other.
For advice and support on student loans, bursaries and the Graduate Endowment for Scottish and EU domiciled students relating to courses of higher education throughout the United Kingdom.
The online student job portal specialising in part-time/ full time jobs, internships, placements and graduate jobs.
The Scottish Government’s website about studying in Scotland.
UCAS is the central organisation that processes applications for full-time undergraduate courses at UK universities and colleges.
UK’s national advisory body serving the interests of international students and those who work with them. UKCISA provide advice on your fee status, and student visas.
UKPASS processes applications for some postgraduate courses at universities in the UK.
For information about attractions, events and things to do in Scotland.
If you would like to advise of a problem with the Study in Scotland website, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org please do not use this email address to enquire about studying in Scotland. Please use the useful links above or contact universities directly as they will be best placed to help you.