Current tuition fees
Tuition Fee Policy
SAAS part-time fee grant
We advise you to review the details of the higher education part-time fee grant which have been published on the SAAS website and check your eligibility to apply for Part-time fee grant funding from SAAS.
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Useful financial guidance is available on the Scottish Government's student information website.
A delay in enrolling could lead to a delay in the receipt of your student loan payment.
Once enrolment is fully completed notification of attendance is sent electronically to the Student Loans Company each day at 3:00pm.
The Student Loans Company will usually pay your loan into your bank account by electronic cash transfer (BACS) on the first day of the semester, as long as you have completed enrolment 3-4 working days prior to this. If you enrol after the start of the semester then they will usually pay your loan into your bank account within 3-4 working days of your enrolment. You must have completed the online administrative enrolment and be in attendance for any payment to be made.
If you are a new student, you should enrol online and collect your ID card, which will trigger your confirmation of attendance at the University.
If you are a continuing student, you should ensure you complete your online enrolment so that your attendance can be confirmed and the SLC payments can be released.
Information for Health Sciences Students
Scottish domiciled students
For questions concerning SAAS and your nursing bursary, contact the Student Support Office in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport. Students are only eligible to apply for a SAAS bursary and cannot apply for a student loan from Student Finance.
English, Welsh and Northern Irish students in receipt of SLC funding
If you have any questions regarding your student loan, contact the Student Enrolment, Data and Fees Team.
The University does not require your payment schedule as part of the enrolment process.
If you have any questions regarding your student record, contact the Student Enrolment, Data and Fees Team.
To notify the University of who is paying your fees you must complete the online sponsor form.
Your sponsor will then be invoiced in due course. There may be a delay of 24 hours (or longer at the weekend) to update the supplied information and you will not be able to continue with Online Enrolment until these updates have been completed.
The Student Money Advice Team is a service for all students who are struggling financially or who are in need of some advice. They are based in 4Y4 Cottrell and can be contacted by emailing email@example.com.