Whatever your financial situation

It's important to know about the different types of funding support available to you whilst studying at college.

You should apply for the relevant funding as soon as you can to ensure this is in place for the start of your course.

Students wising to apply should complete the Part Time Fee Grant application form available on the SAAS website which is now an interactive version. This form should be emailed to PTFG@forthvalley.ac.uk.  You can access the form and further information at www.saas.gov.uk

Full-time FE - Students with an offer for a full-time FE course for 20/21 will receive details on how to access the online student funding form soon.  This will be emailed directly from funding@forthvalley.ac.uk 

Full-time HE - Students with an offer for a full-time HE course for 20/21 should apply for their funding from SAAS by Tuesday 30 June 2020 to ensure it is in place for the start of the new academic session.  


Our Student Attendance and Absence Guide is currently being updated.  Check back here soon to see the latest version. 



Whatever the situation with your finances, it’s good to know where you stand and that you are making the most of what you have.

With this in mind, Forth Valley College have been working with the Money Advice Service to promote their recently launched online financial check service which will help everyone understand and manage their money better.

Spending just five or six minutes answering some straightforward questions on the Health check will get you an easy-to-follow personalised action plan with three things you can do now, and some help with plans for the future, whatever your goals may be.

Best of all, it’s free and it’s unbiased.


Money Advice Service 


Got a question?

01324 403 000

Email: funding@forthvalley.ac.uk