Screening of Carnegie-Cameron Bursary Holder’s BAFTA Winning Film
Robin Haig received a Carnegie Cameron Postgraduate Masters Bursary in 2014-15 to complete a MFA Advanced Film Practice at Screen Academy Scotland/Edinburgh Napier University. For her dissertation she co-wrote and directed the short film Hula. Hula, starring Blythe Duff (Taggart, The James Plays), won Best Drama at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards (14th April, in Glasgow).
Tuition fee assistance for undergraduates at Scottish Universities
Applications are now available for first time applicants. The Undergraduate Fee Assistance scheme aims to support students who do not receive government funding towards the costs of their tuition fees while attending one of the fifteen Scottish universities.
Nine new Collaborative Research Grants awarded
The Trust is delighted to announce the project titles and teams of researchers awarded Collaborative Research Grants.
Outcomes of the March 2016 Research Incentive Grant selection round
Following the completion of the review process and the meetings of the two Selection Committees, 35 awards have been made under the Research Incentive Grant scheme.