10% NHS discount – NHS Grampian and NHS Highland staff receive a 10% discount on all online postgraduate taught short courses, certificates, diplomas and degrees offered by our School of Medicine, Medical Science and Nutrition.
We are happy to accept payments from sponsors, for all or part of your course fee.
If you’re receiving financial support from your employer, we’ll invoice them for the agreed amount before your course starts. Fees for our courses need to be paid in full before the course starts, whether you’re funding your own studies or being sponsored.
Student loans Scotland – the Scottish Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) provides loan funding for online students taking a taught Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) or Masters degree. Funding is available for full-time courses, and part-time courses that are no longer than twice the length of the equivalent full-time course. Find out about SAAS student loans.
Student loans England – Student Finance England provides loan funding for online students under the age of 60 living in England taking a taught Masters degree. Funding is available for full-time programmes, and part-time programmes that are no longer than twice the length of the equivalent full-time programme, or no more than three years where there is no equivalent full-time programme. Find out about Student Finance England loans.
Student loans Wales – Student Finance Wales provides loan funding for online students living in Wales under the age of 60 studying a full-time or part-time taught or research-based Masters degree. Funding is available for full-time programmes, and part-time programmes lasting up to four academic years. Find out about Student Finance Wales loans.
Student loans NI – Student Finance NI provides loan funding for online students living in Northern Ireland studying a PgCert, PgDip, taught or research Masters degree. Funding is available for full-time programmes, and for part-time programmes lasting up to three academic years. Find out about Student Finance NI loans.
If you have a disability or learning difference and normally live in the UK, you may be eligible for DSA. This allowance covers disability-related costs or expenses you may have while studying online or on campus.
The support of your employer can be invaluable when you’re learning online. We’ve created a guide to how to talk to your employer about study and sponsorship.
Employers are often very supportive of staff undertaking further education. Your employer may be willing to help towards the cost of your studies, in full or in part.