Pick from a range of interesting facts and detailed information about Scotland and the Scottish people.
Scotland is known the world over as a place of history and heritage as well as cutting edge art and culture
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Live & Workin Scotland
Key information on the practical aspects of moving to Scotland and where to get advice. Plus read about the experiences of people who have moved to Scotland from all over the world.
Scotland is renowned across the globe for its rich culture and heritage, and its contribution to the world past and present. From its thriving contemporary arts and music scene to its achievements in industry, medicine, science, law and literature, Scotland's story is one of immense achievement
Fees and funding
The level of tuition fees that you will pay in Scotland is determined by your nationality and the country where you are ‘ordinarily resident’.
European Union undergraduate students
If you are an EU domiciled, full-time first degree student you should be eligible to have your tuition fees to be paid by the Scottish Government through the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS).
International undergraduate students
In general, universities charge fees at a higher rate to overseas students from outside the European Union. To confirm your tuition fee status, you can refer to the UK Council for International Student Affairs.
EU and international applicants who wish to find information regarding course fees should contact the institution(s) they are interested in applying to directly. Details of Scotland’s 19 universities can be found on the Study in Scotland website.
There is a range of international student scholarships and awards available for studying in Scotland covering all levels from undergraduate to PhD. For more information, visit the Scholarships section of the TalentScotland website.