The Trust is now accepting applications for Undergraduate Tuition Fee Grants from students studying for an undergraduate degree in Scotland during academic year 2018-19. The grants support students who do not received public funding for their tuition fees. In particular, we are looking to support individuals who:

  • are returning to university having previously withdrawn from a degree course (sometimes after an HND, HNC or an Access Course) and are missing a couple of years of funding in the first years of their new degree course
  • are repeating a year of study for personal or health reasons and have already used up their “plus 1” year of funding
  • do not meet the SAAS residency requirements. For example, students with limited leave to remain who meet our own eligibility criteria.

Students must be enrolled on an undergraduate degree at a Scottish university or on an undergraduate degree validated by a Scottish university but delivered at college or the Glasgow School of Art.

To view the full eligibility criteria and how to apply, visit the UG Tuition Fee page.

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"I was very keen to learn the fundamentals of mechanical engineering and design so I can contribute to the increasing challenge of meeting global energy demands. Thank you Carnegie Trust for helping me on my journey to become an Engineer!" Renaline Morales, MEng, Robert Gordon University.