The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

The Trust helps undergraduate students studying at universities in Scotland with the cost of tuition fees when they cannot get financial support elsewhere. Applicants must be of Scottish birth or descent (at least one parent born in Scotland), or must have had at least two full years of education at a secondary school in Scotland.

Applicants must be studying towards a first undergraduate degree, whether a full-time, part-time, or distance learning course. Visit the website to see the list of universities the student must be studying at.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

To apply, you must be:

  • Studying towards a first undergraduate degree, whether a full-time, part-time or distance learning course

  • be studying at one of the universities listed on the Trust's website

  • be of Scottish birth or descent(at least one parent born in Scotland), or must have had at least two full years of education at a secondary school in Scotland

  • not be eligible for support towards the cost of tuition fees from either the Student Awards Agency for Scotland, Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales or Student Finance Northern Ireland, or any other similar scheme (including US Federal Loan Schemes)

How to apply?

Apply online on the Trust's website.

The online form opens on on June of each year. 

Contact details

The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, Andrew Carnegie House
Pittencrief Street
Dunfermline
Scotland
KY12 8AW
Telephone: 01383 724 990
Web: http://www.carnegie-trust.org

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