Only for the Scots, I recently found the out, don't think its comon knowledge,
You can study at various Uni's ect, Obtain a Degree within 4years as well as working full-time, or suitable for parents,
ILA Scotland is a Scottish Government scheme that helps you pay for learning that you can do at a time, place, pace and in a way to suit you. Its for people who have an income of £22,000 a year or less, or who are on benefits.
If you are 16 or over and living in Scotland, you could get up to £500 towards the cost of learning with a learner account from ILA Scotland.
£200 accounts If you are interested in learning something new or brushing up your skills. There is a wide range of courses available so why not have a look at our Course Search to get an idea of whats available in your area. To find out more click here.
£500 accounts If you are studying a part-time higher education or professional qualification course such as a Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND) or a Degree. You must be studying 40 Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) credits.
Many Uni's avalible my prefered one is http://www.open.ac.uk/
Courses such as
Arts and Humanities
Business and Management
Childhood and Youth
Computing and ICT
Engineering and Technology
Environment, Development and International Studies
Health and Social Care
Mathematics and Statistics
Let me Know if you vote cold and why,
Any questions feel free,
It's My first post please be nice,
Had a look and can't see this any where and i don't think this is a commonly known as it should be..........