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The Fundable Bodies (Scotland) Order 2012

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The Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 2005 (“the Act”) established the Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council and made provision relating to the funding of bodies which provide further and higher education. Those bodies are described in the Act as “fundable bodies” and are listed in schedule 2 to the Act.

Article 2(a) and (b) updates that schedule to reflect the fact that Glasgow Metropolitan College has changed its name to City of Glasgow College and that James Watt College of Further and Higher Education has changed its name to James Watt College.

Article 2(c) adds West Highland College UHI to the schedule as a new fundable body.

Article 2(d) removes Central College Glasgow, Glasgow College of Nautical Studies and Edinburgh College of Art from the schedule to reflect transfers of property, rights, liabilities and obligations to other fundable bodies. In addition, it removes Glasgow Metropolitan College in consequence of its change of name described above.

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