Quarantine rules and information on the process for people entering Scotland.
Scotland’s travel rules for people arriving from abroad ended at 4am on Friday 18 March. If you’re arriving in Scotland after this time, you do not need to:
- complete a Passenger Locator Form
- take any COVID-19 tests before you leave for Scotland, or after you arrive
- isolate when you arrive
Even though Scotland’s rules have ended, other countries may still have travel rules beyond 18 March. If you live in Scotland, you should check GOV.UK’s foreign travel advice for every country you're planning to visit.
If you need to prove which vaccinations you’ve had when you arrive in another country, you can normally use your NHS Scotland COVID Status app to do this.
Visit international travel and quarantine for more information
If you are a student and have further questions or need advice please raise these with your Academic Supervisor in the first instance. Similarly, if you are a member of staff, questions should be raised with your Line Manager.
Go to Ready for travelling safe for more information on travelling to our UK campuses