Date : 08 November 2021
Location : United States America

Following Boris Johnsson’s decision to switch to the Turing Scheme, Scotland has received 8.3 million Sterling Pounds as student funding for higher education from the Federal Government. Previously in 2020, the nation was awarded 14 million Sterling Pounds under the Erasmus Scheme. The Post-Brexit annual funding has plummeted this year with high schools being awarded 379710 sterling pounds as compared to 1.4 million since the UK left the Erasmus scheme. However, the funding received for vocational training and education has barely changed at 4 million sterling pounds (4.8 million in 2020). All private and government grants in addition to the Turing Scheme aim to provide free and unrestricted access to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The funding covers the cost of tuition, accommodation, travel and visa cost, to a large extent. This year, Borris received several requests from students insisting him to re-join the Erasmus scheme. Instead, he joined the Turing scheme, which was established by the United Kingdom Department of Education in 2021.

Disclaimer: We don't claim any ownership of the news published on this page. The ownership remains with the news publisher mentioned as the source. Read Full News Publishing Policy

Order Now

My Assignment Services- Whatsapp Tap to ChatGet instant assignment help

refresh