You can find the standard course fees in our Course Fees Leaflet.
If you are looking to study full time, it may be that your course fees can be covered through the main sources mentioned below. If you are looking to study part time and are on a low income you may be able to apply for a Part time course (FE) fee waiver for your course. There are different claim forms and criteria depending on whether your course is a further education or higher education course, check the claim form to see if you are eligible to claim this.
NC, NQ, SVQ or City & Guilds (FE) full time course fees, normally, if you are studying full time for the first time and a Scottish Resident your course fees will be covered through the information you provide on your course application to the college. The College will claim the course fees for you from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC). This funding is based on your Ordinary residence in Scotland, if you are not an ordinary resident of Scotland, we will contact you and let you know what action is required.
NC, NQ, SVQ or City & Guilds (FE) part time course fees may be covered by the Further Education Part time course (FE) fee waiver this form can be printed and taken to the Benefits Agency (DWP) to stamp and then send to our registry team by email attaching a photo/scan of all the pages to MC.Registry.Moray@uhi.ac.uk. Alternatively, you can complete your personal details within the document, save it to your device and email to MC.Registry.Moray@uhi.ac.uk
HNC, HND, Degree or SCQF Level 7 (HE) full time course fees, normally, if you are studying full time for the first time and a Scottish Resident your course fees will be covered through the information you provide to SAAS on their application for Fees, Student Loan and Bursaries. SAAS will advise you directly regarding your fees along with the rest of your funding. HE Course fee funding is based on your Ordinary residence in Scotland and your previous study, if you have been funded for full time HE studies before or have not been ordinary resident in Scotland, you should contact SAAS for guidance.
HNC, HND, Degree or SCQF Level 7 (HE) part time course fees may be covered by the SAAS Part Time Fee Grant. SAAS are reviewing the application process for 2020-2021 considering the COVID-19 restrictions and may change throughout 2020.
Therefore, we recommend that you complete the application and send us an electronic copy (or photo/scan) of the application along with the photo/scan of the appropriate documents evidencing your income. Email to MC.Registry.Moray@uhi.ac.uk. Please then keep these safe as SAAS may contact you for them after you enroll.
Check their website for guidance on your and your course’s eligibility or contact Student Services.