Scholarship fund


The Scholarship programme is designed to help students who are committed to their studies and are keen to develop their skills to reach their full potential.

Each year we offer around 45 scholarships across the curriculum. Please refer to our Scholarships brochure for details of all Scholarships available through our Development Trust.

A whole range of opportunities exist, from financial awards to professional mentoring and work experiences. This enriches the student experience and enables people to go on to enjoy even more rewarding and challenging careers.

A scholarship is an award, usually financial, which students can use to help purchase equipment or materials linked to their course. Some awards also offer professional mentoring or additional training to help students to gain experience and achieve their dreams.

A scholarship enhances the student experience for successful candidates by providing:

  • A unique opportunity
  • A financial reward
  • An award for excellence
  • A link with businesses
  • Greater self confidence
  • Mentoring from benefactors
  • Increased employability

The Scholarship programme was established to enable our partners, organisations and friends to help develop the next generation of talented individuals.

Successful students at Perth College UHI can benefit from scholarships, thanks to generous donations from businesses, individuals and trusts who have supported this programme.

Working in partnership with businesses provides:

  • More diverse opportunities to promote their business
  • Enhanced company perception through support of students and the wider community
  • The opportunity to invest in Scotland’s economic future
  • A fresh insight into their business
  • The chance to recruit graduates to meet their business needs  

If you would like to get involved please contact: Fiona Leslie, Development and Alumni Relations Manager, Perth College UHI Crieff Road, PH1 2NX

If you would like to apply for a Scholarship, fill out the application form and email

Alternatively speak to your tutor.