Frequently Asked Questions - Will there still be four-year degrees in an independent Scotland?
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The current Scottish Government believes the flexibility of the four-year degree and potential for progression through the currently available direct entry routes is a strength of the sector. The Government intends that an independent Scotland will continue with this and will support any moves to increase choices and flexibility for our students.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.