SFC Intake Targets (controlled subjects)

SFC Intake Targets (controlled subjects)

The following links provides SFC intake targets and funded places for the controlled subjects of medicine, dentistry, nursing and initial teacher education:


Summary of the main changes for the University of Glasgow:

INTAKE CATEGORY
2020-21 2019-20 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15
Pre-entry medicine
(see note 2)
25 25 (+5) 20 20 - - -
Undergraduate Medicine Scots/EU/RUK Intake (See Note 6)

240

Min Scots/EU: 172

240 (+30)

Min Scots/EU: 164

210 210 210 210
210
Undergraduate Medicine Widening Access
10 10 10 10 10 -
-
Undergraduate Medicine International Intake 18 18 18 18 18 18 18
Dentistry Scots/EU/RUK Intake 67  67 67 67 67 67
67
Dentistry International Intake 11 11 11 11 11 11 19
Nursing Scots/EU/RUK Intake (see note 3) 55 (+3) 52 (+2) 50 45 43 43 35
MEd Primary Scots/EU/RUK Intake
134  134 134 134 134 134
134
BEd Technology Scots/EU/RUK Intake 33  33 33 33 33 33
33
Primary PGDE Scots/EU/RUK Intake (see note 5)
162 (-25) 20 Dumfries + 167 Main Campus 20 Dumfries (new)
+ 167
Main Campus
167 175 175
175

Secondary PGDE Scots/EU/RUK Intake

(19/20 Includes Middle Years P6 - S3)

269 (+5) 264 (-23) 227
+ 60 Middle Years
276 217 189
168
Combined Degree Scots/EU/RUK Intake (see note 4)
20 Primary Dumfries  20 Primary Dumfries 20 Primary Dumfries
+ 25
Secondary Main Campus
20 Primary Dumfries
+ 25
Secondary Main Campus
20 Primary Dumfries
+ 25
Secondary Main Campus
20 Primary Dumfries
+ 25
Secondary Main Campus
25 Secondary Main Campus

 Notes: 

1. The Scottish Government has de-regulated tuition fees charged to students domiciled in the rest of the UK (RUK) wishing to study at Scottish universities from academic session 2012/13. SFC have already advised universities that controlled subject limits would continue to apply to all students. For the avoidance of doubt the intake targets will apply to Scots, EU and RUK students.

2.See Annex B from SFC Grant Letter 05.05.17 i.e. 20 - Additional ring-fenced funded places by Scottish Government.

3. Nursing was previously non-controlled and changed to controlled in the Spring of 2014. For Nursing, RUK students were eligible for funding, regardless of when they started on their courses.  However, this is no longer the case from 2017-18.

4. Combined Degree is a non-controlled area, though it was included in the SFC letter on controlled targets so it is included here. The University of Glasgow's intake for Combined Degrees includes 20 for provision at the Dumfries campus.  Dumfries add further funded places, which were obtained previously, to set a higher intake target than the 20 shown above.

5. In 2018-19 there were 20 FTE places allocated to the Crichton Campus to work with Dumfries and Galloway Council to train teachers in the region. This provision was previously delivered by the University of the West of Scotland and has been transferred to the Crichton Campus by agreement between the two universities and the local authority.

6. From 2019-20 the SFC have instituted a minimum Scots/EU target for Medicine within the overall target.

Updated 16 April 2020