Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Banner image featuring international students in the Gilchrist postgraduate club

For decades now students from Sri Lanka have been choosing the University of Glasgow as their destination of choice in the UK. Glasgow is very proud of the fact that we have one of the largest South Asian communities in the UK. This gives our Sri Lankan students the opportunity to mix with other Sri Lankans and experience the world famous warmth and friendliness of the people of Glasgow.

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate

The University of Glasgow will consider students with International A-Levels and IB.  Students who do not have either of these qualifications may be considered for entry to our foundation programmes at Glasgow International College.

Postgraduate Taught

We will consider applications to Master degrees from graduates holding first class degrees from Sri Lanka.


Scholarships

Undergraduate

Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund

Description:

The Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund is a charitable endowment which was established in 1868. It is now governed by Rules laid down in a a 1974 Scheme (as varied with the consent of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator in 2013). It provides a few grants each year to students studying in the Universities of Glasgow or Strathclyde.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

Awards are open to all students of the University. In terms of the Scheme rules the Governors tend to give preference to students entering their first year at University but this is not a rigid rule.
They are granted at the discretion of the Governors of the Fund on the basis of merit and promise and following interview.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe

Level of Study:

Undergraduate - Postgraduate Taught - Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Clark (Mile-End) Application Forms should be submitted to the Clerk on the prescribed form for consideration at the annual meeting of
the Governors in November.  Interviews are held at the Governors’ meeting in November.

Contact:
David Reith
Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund
Caledonian Exchange - 19A Canning Street
Edinburgh EH3 8HE
Email:  david.reiths@lindsays.co.uk

Value:

£750 - £2,000

Deadline:

31 October each year


Final Year Fee Waiver (Formerly Undergraduate Excellence)

Description:

The University of Glasgow has a total of 35 undergraduate scholarships of a final year fee waivers available to new international students commencing study in September 2017. The scholarship is awarded as a tuition fee discount and is subject to satisfactory progress for consecutive years of study.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible, applicants must

  • demonstrate excellent academic achievement before starting University
  • be classed as International students for fee purposes
  • hold an offer of a place for an undergraduate programme

Fee Type:

International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia  ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica  ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands  ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan  ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Undergraduate

How to Apply:

Applicants will be automatically assessed for a scholarship based on academic merit. Applicants who are being considered  will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 December will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 December

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 March will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 March

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 June will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 June

Value:

Final Year Fee Waiver

Deadline:


Graham Trust Bursary Scheme

Description:

The Graham Trust was established by Charter from the City of Glasgow in 1759 with the original aim of “….distribution to persons of the name of Graham or descendants of persons of that name such sums as they shall just requisite and to put poor boys of the name or descendants of such persons of the name, to schools and trades, in order to enable them to gain a livelihood and to be useful members of society.”  The Trust is administered by Foundation Scotland.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible applicants must

  • Have the surname of Graham
  • Be studying at higher/further education establishments in the Glasgow area.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Undergraduate - Postgraduate Taught - Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Complete the Graham Trust Bursary application form and return it by email to: linda@foundationscotland.org.uk

Value:

Up to £500

Deadline:

Typically end of July of each year


Postgraduate

Alumni Discount

Description:

The University offers a 10% discount on all Postgraduate Research and full Postgraduate Taught Masters programmes to its alumni. This includes University of Glasgow graduates and those who have completed a Study Abroad programme or the Eramsus Programme at the University of Glasgow. The discount applies to all full-time, part-time and online programmes.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible, students must

  • Have graduated from the University of Glasgow OR
  •  Completed a Junior Year Abroad, Exchange programme or International Summer School at the University of Glasgow
  • Be enrolled on a full Postgraduate Taught Masters programme at the University of Glasgow full time or part-time (Professional development programmes such as CPD, PGDE, PGD, PGC and Diploma in Legal Practice are not eligible)
  • Be enrolled on a Postgraduate Research Course at the University of Glasgow full time or part-time 
  • Not be in receipt of another discount or scholarship funded by the University

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

The discount is applied at registration. No additional application is required.

Value:

10% discount

Deadline:

n/a


MBA Scholarship

Description:

The University of Glasgow has a number of Adam Smith Business School Excellence awards available for 2017 entry for students who demonstrate academic excellence. The Award is available to students entering the Adam Smith Business School on our MBA programme and  awarded as a tuition fee discount.

If you study here you will benefit from our extensive  knowledge and studying at Glasgow will prepare you for a wide variety of careers that are globally in demand.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

MBA

To be eligible, applicants must

  • obtain a degree equivalent to a UK 2.1 Hons or better
  • hold an offer of a place for a postgraduate taught programme

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants who are being considered will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

Value:

10 x £10,000

Deadline:

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 December will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 December

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 March will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 March

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 June will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 June


Carnegie-Cameron Postgraduate Bursaries 2017

Description:

Carnegie-Cameron Taught Postgraduate Bursaries are awarded towards the payment of tuition fees for one-year taught postgraduate Masters programmes offered by a Scottish university. The bursaries aim to enable students to enhance their employability in their chosen field, develop their specialist skills or supplement existing ones, thus bettering their career prospects.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible, applicants must

  • be of Scottish birth OR
  • be of Scottish extraction (have at least one parent born in Scotland) OR
  • have received three full years of secondary, further and/or higher education in Scotland
  • Have permanent leave to remain in the UK
  • hold an offer of a place for a taught postgraduate Masters that will enhance their employability in their chosen field, develop their specialist skills, or supplement existing ones, thus bettering their career prospects.

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their merit and promise, and of their financial circumstances. The most important selection criteria should be those envisaged by Andrew Carnegie: that the candidates be qualified and deserving, industrious and ambitious, and that they would derive particular benefit from a one-year taught postgraduate degree, which they would be unlikely to attend without the award. The Bursaries should not be considered as a stepping stone for further study at PhD level and preference will be given to candidates with a clear career plan outside academia. Certificates or diplomas are not eligible degree. One-year taught postgraduate courses may be attended on a part-time basis over two consecutive years.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants should first secure an offer of a place for a postgraduate taught programme at the University of Glasgow; the Admissions application will be reviewed by the panel.

Applicants should then complete the application form and attach the following supporting documents:

  • Proof of Scottish birth or descent: copy of birth certificate of applicant or parent if Scottish by descent OR Proof of residence for schooling: copy of Scottish Qualifications Authority for Standard Grades/Highers/HNC/HND
  • Copy of last three full bank or building society statements

Please note: The application form and supporting documents should be submitted electronically to mrio-scholarships@glasgow.ac.uk  and not to the Carnegie Cameron.

Value:

£4,000.00

Deadline:

1st June 2017


Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IntM) scholarship

Description:

The School of Social and Political Sciences is offering partial fee-waiver scholarships for the multiple degree International Master in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. The scholarships are awarded by the University of Glasgow, in conjunction with our degree partners. 

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IntM)

To be eligible applicants must hold, and have accepted an offer (conditional or unconditional) of a full-time place on the programme, commencing in September 2017. The criteria for the scholarships are academic excellence and personal achievement. Students can only be in receipt of one scholarship at a time.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Please email a copy of your CV and a personal statement (around 600 words) to maggie.baister@glasgow.ac.uk

 

The personal statement should detail:

  • why you have selected the programme
  • how your academic and personal achievements fit with this programme
  • how you will benefit from it (e.g. employment prospects, financial relief, etc.)

Value:

4 x £2,441.50 per annum (£4,883 total) (Home/EU students) 2 x £5,333.50 per annum (£10,667 total) (International students) Please note that this is a 2 year programme (24 months). Fees are paid each year in September.

Deadline:

1 May 2017 All applicants will be notified of the outcome within 4 weeks of the deadline.  


Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund

Description:

The Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund is a charitable endowment which was established in 1868. It is now governed by Rules laid down in a a 1974 Scheme (as varied with the consent of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator in 2013). It provides a few grants each year to students studying in the Universities of Glasgow or Strathclyde.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

Awards are open to all students of the University. In terms of the Scheme rules the Governors tend to give preference to students entering their first year at University but this is not a rigid rule.
They are granted at the discretion of the Governors of the Fund on the basis of merit and promise and following interview.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe

Level of Study:

Undergraduate - Postgraduate Taught - Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Clark (Mile-End) Application Forms should be submitted to the Clerk on the prescribed form for consideration at the annual meeting of
the Governors in November.  Interviews are held at the Governors’ meeting in November.

Contact:
David Reith
Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund
Caledonian Exchange - 19A Canning Street
Edinburgh EH3 8HE
Email:  david.reiths@lindsays.co.uk

Value:

£750 - £2,000

Deadline:

31 October each year


Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme

Description:

Commonwealth Shared Scholarships are a joint initiative between the Commonwealth Commission (with funding from DFID) and UK Universities to support scholarships from students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the UK.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Medical Genetics  ♦ Environmental Statistics  ♦ Sustainable Energy  ♦ Physics: Energy and the Environment  ♦ Economic Development  ♦ Global Economy  ♦ Global Security  ♦ Public Health  ♦  Human Nutrition ♦ Global Mental Health

To be considered by the University of Glasgow, applicants must:

  • be nationals of (or permanently domiciled in) a developing Commonwealth country, and not currently be living or studying in a developed country
  • hold a first degree at either first or upper second class level with extensive relevant work experience
  • provide evidence of English proficiency at the time of application
  • have not previously studied for one year or more in a developed country
  • be able to confirm in writing that neither they or their families would otherwise be able to pay for the proposed course of study
  • be willing to confirm that they will return to their home country as soon as their period of study is complete
  • hold an offer of a place for the one of the programmes listed below before 15 March 2017. Applications must include a transcript to date, 2 academic references, English proficiency test and a personal statement detailing how they will benefit from the scholarship with their application. Apply for a place now.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW WILL PRE-SELECT CANDIDATES TO APPLY FOR THE COMMONWEALTH SHARED SCHOLARSHIP.

Once the deadline for the programme applications has passed (March 15 2017) we will email successful applicants with instructions on how to apply for the scholarship. Scholarship applications can only be submitted via the CSC’s Electronic Application System (EAS).

YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO APPLY UNTIL NOTIFIED TO DO SO.

 

 

Fee Type:

International

Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Australia ♦ The Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belize ♦ Botswana ♦ Brunei  ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada  ♦ Cyprus ♦ Dominica ♦ Fiji ♦ Gambia ♦ Ghana  ♦ Grenada ♦ Guyana ♦ India ♦ Jamaica ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Lesotho  ♦ Malawi  ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Malta ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mozambique ♦ Namibia  ♦ Nauru ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nigeria ♦ Pakistan ♦ Papua New Guinea  ♦ Rwanda  ♦ St. Christopher and Nevis ♦ St.Lucia  ♦ St.Vincent and the Grenadines  ♦ Samoa  ♦ Seychelles  ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands  ♦ South Africa ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Swaziland ♦ Tanzania  ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago  ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Zambia

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Scholarships applications can only be submitted via the CSC’s Electronic Application System (EAS). Applicants should first obtained an offer of a place at the University of Glasgow.

Value:

The scholarship will cover the full tuition and a monthly stipend including air fares to and from the UK, a grant up cover thesis costs and study travel.

Deadline:

15 March 2017


DAVID LIVINGSTONE MSc INFECTION BIOLOGY FULL FEE WAIVER SCHOLARSHIP

Description:

We bring together internationally-renowned experts in order to advance research in medical, veterinary and life sciences. For September 2017 academic session our College is offering 1 scholarship worth the full tuition fee of our MSc Infection Biology programme

If you study here you will benefit from our extensive scientific knowledge, state-of-the-art facilities and pioneering teaching methods. Studying at Glasgow will prepare you for a wide variety of careers that are in demand internationally, ranging from clinical medicine and veterinary medicine, to biological and environmental science.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Infection Biology (with specialisms)

This scholarship is open to international students applying to the MSc Infection Biology within the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their application for admission and must:

  • demonstrate academic excellence and achieve grades equivalent to a degree equivalent to a UK 2:1 Hons or better

Fee Type:

International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru ♦ Nepal ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants must write a 400 personal statement (approx) and email this to mrio-scholarships@glasgow.ac.uk 

 

The personal statement should detail

  • why you have selected the programme at the University of Glasgow
  • why you merit the funded-place (e.g academic/personal achievement)
  • how you will benefit from it (e.g. employment prospects, financial relief, etc)
  • Your personal statement should be around 400 words and include your full name and applicant number.

Value:

Full fee waiver

Deadline:

Applicants who have received an offer of admission by 1 March will automatically be assessed, those candidates who have been nominated for the scholarship will be emailed requesting a personal statement (if not done so already) and scholarship decisions will be made by 16 March. We cannot guarantee that applications received after 1st March 2017 will be considered for 2017 entry. As we receive a great number of applications, prospective students are only allowed to apply once per year. Classes start September 2017 and you may be expected to attend induction sessions the week before.


Gordon Studentships

Description:

Each year the Centre for American Studies offers several full or partial fees-only studentships to students wishing to take the MLitt or the PhD degree in American Studies. Each year the Centre for American Studies offers several full or partial fees-only studentships to students wishing to take the MLitt or the PhD degree in American Studies.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

American Studies, Research degree in College of Arts

Applicants must have hold an offer– conditional or unconditional– for either the Taught MLitt or the PhD in American Studies at the University of Glasgow. Check the Andrew Hook Centre for American studies website for further information.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe

 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught - Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Candidates are encouraged to discuss their interests with Professor Newman, Dr. Chris Gair or Dr. Marina Moskowitz.

Applications should consist of a letter of application and a writing sample and be emailed to Christelle Le Riguer at Christelle.LeRiguer@glasgow.ac.uk

Value:

The studentships will cover the cost of the student’s fees up to a maximum of the annual tuition costs for UK and EU students

Deadline:

31 May 2017


Henry Dryerre Scholarship

Description:

The Henry Dryerre Scholarship was established by the Royal Society of Edinburgh and is administered by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. The scholarship supports students wishing to undertake a PhD in medical or veterinary physiology and is offered every three years. It will next be offered in 2017. See the Carnegie Trust website for details.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Research degree in the College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences

To be eligible applicants must

  • be graduates of a Scottish university
  • hold a degree with first-class honours, in medical or veterinary physiology
  • hold an offer to undertake a PhD in medical or veterinary physiology to be held at a Scottish Institution

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Contact the Carnegie Trust.

Value:

£14800 in 2010-11

Deadline:

28th February 2017, 5PM 


International Leadership Scholarship

Description:

The University of Glasgow has  20  International Leadership Scholarships available to international (non-EU) students starting a postgraduate taught Masters programme in any discipline in September 2017. The scholarships is awarded as a tuition fees discount of £10,000.

 

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible, applicants must

  • demonstrate academic excellence and achieve grades equivalent to UK 1st Class Honours
  • hold an offer of a place for a postgraduate taught programme for admission in 2017
  • be classed as International students for fee purposes

Fee Type:

International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia  ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatoria Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica  ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands  ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan  ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants will be automatically assessed for a scholarship based on academic merit. Applicants who are being considered  will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

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Value:

£10,000

Deadline:

Applicants will be automatically assessed for a scholarship based on academic merit. Applicants who are being considered  will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 December will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 December

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 March will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 March

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 June will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 June


JOSEPH LISTER INTERNATIONAL FULL FEE WAIVER SCHOLARSHIPS

Description:

We bring together internationally renowned experts in order to advance research in medical, veterinary and life sciences. For September 2016 academic session our College is offering 3 scholarships worth the full tuition fee of a one year Masters programme.

 

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All postgraduate taught, College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences

These scholarships are open to international students applying to all on-campus programmes within the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow here. Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their application for admission. The criteria for the scholarships is as follows:

  • demonstrate academic excellence and achieve grades equivalent to a degree equivalent to a UK 2:1 Hons or better

Fee Type:

International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia  ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica  ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands  ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan  ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants must write a 400 personal statement (approx) and email this to mrio-scholarships@glasgow.ac.uk 

 

The personal statement should detail

  • why you have selected the programme at the University of Glasgow
  • why you merit the funded-place (e.g academic/personal achievement)
  • how you will benefit from it (e.g. employment prospects, financial relief, etc)
  • Your personal statement should be around 400 words and include your full name and applicant number.

Value:

Full fee waiver

Deadline:

Deadline
Applicants who have received an offer of admission by 1 March will automatically be assessed, those candidates who have been nominated for the scholarship will be emailed requesting a personal statement and scholarship decisions will be made by 16 March. We cannot guarantee that applications received after 1st March 2017 will be considered for 2017 entry. As we receive a great number of applications, prospective students are only allowed to apply once per year. Classes start September 2017 and you may be expected to attend induction sessions the week before.


Lord Kelvin PhD Scholarships

Description:

The Lord Kelvin Adam Smith (LKAS) PhD Scholarships are the University of Glasgow’s flagship interdisciplinary scholarships. To date 100 fully funded interdisciplinary PhD projects have been created.

The LKAS PhD Scholarships offer the opportunity for outstanding research students to participate in some of the most exciting areas of interdisciplinary research carried out at the University.  During October each year researchers from across the University submit project proposals, from which 6 from each of the 4 Colleges (24 in total) are selected to be advertised to potential doctoral students. Of these, 10 scholarships are generally awarded, based on the excellence of both the project and the selected candidate

 

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Research degree in the College of Arts  ♦ Research degree in the College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences  ♦ Research degree in the College of Science and Engineering  ♦ Research degree in the College of Social Sciences

See the scholarships Information on our website.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Potential PhD projects will be advertised during late November 2016 to 13 January 2017 but check the Shortlisted LKAS PhD Projects for individual deadline details.

Value:

Each scholarship will run for up to 4 years and will provide the successful students with an annual stipend of in the region of £14,510 in 2017/18, as well as access to an annual research consumables budget of £3000.

Deadline:

The deadline for submitting applications to the lead supervisor of your chosen project is 12 noon Friday 13 January 2017.  


School of Computing Science: International Excellence Awards

Description:

The School aims to attract academically talented students from around the world to study a postgraduate taught programme and provide them with an intellectually demanding, research and industry-informed education. Excellence scholarships are available to international candidates with a 1st class UK-equivalent honours degree of 75% and above.  Separate application for this scholarship is not required.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

Computing Science (MSc)  ♦ Data Science ♦  Information Security (MSc) ♦ Information Technology ♦ Software Development ♦ Software Engineering (MSc)

To be eligible, applicants must

  • be classed as international for fee purposes
  • hold a conditional or unconditional offer for a Computing Science postgraduate taught programme

Fee Type:

International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Burkina Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Cuba ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ Equatorial ♦ Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia ♦ Georgia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Qatar ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

Applicants will be automatically assessed for a scholarship based on academic merit. Applicants who are being considered  will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

Applicants will be automatically assessed for a scholarship based on academic merit. Applicants who are being considered  will be notified within the timeframes below. There is no separate application form required.

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 December will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 December

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 March will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 March

Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 June will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 June

Value:

£10,000

Deadline:


Chevening Scholarship

Description:

  • Chevening Scholarships are the UK government's global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations.

  • The scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential.

  • Awards are typically for a one year Master’s degree at universities across the UK.

  • There are over 44,000 Chevening Alumni around the world who together comprise an influential and highly regarded global network.

  • For further information, please refer to the Chevening website.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

  • Chevening Scholarships are for talented professionals who have been identified as potential future leaders across a wide range of fields, including politics, business, the media, civil society, religion, and academia.

  • Applicants should be high calibre graduates with the personal, intellectual, and interpersonal qualities necessary for leadership.

  • Chevening Scholarships are available to students from more than 160 countries and territories worldwide (excluding the USA and the EU).

 

 

 

Fee Type:

International

Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Australia  ♦ The Bahamas ♦ Barbados ♦ Belize ♦ Botswana ♦ Brunei ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cyprus ♦ Dominica ♦ Fiji  ♦ The Gambia ♦ Ghana ♦ Grenada ♦ Guyana ♦ India ♦ Jamaica  ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Lesotho ♦ Malawi  ♦ Malaysia ♦ The Maldives ♦ Malta ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mozambique ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nigeria ♦ Pakistan ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Rwanda ♦ St. Christopher and Nevis ♦ St.Lucia  ♦ St.Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ South Africa  ♦ Sri Lanka  ♦ Swaziland  ♦ Tanzania  ♦ Tonga  ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tuvalu  ♦ Uganda  ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Zambia

Level of Study:

Postgraduate Taught

How to Apply:

  • Applications for 2016/2017 Chevening Scholarships opened on 3 August 2015. The application closing date is 3 November 2015 at 12:00 GMT (midday UK time).

  • Applications must be submitted via the Chevening website.

  • Please refer to the guidance on the website before applying, including the frequently asked questions.

  • You should also refer to the country webpages on the Chevening website which contain guidance for applicants from your country, including priority subject areas.

Value:

All or part of overall costs

Deadline:

3 November 2016 at 23:59 UK time.


Graham Trust Bursary Scheme

Description:

The Graham Trust was established by Charter from the City of Glasgow in 1759 with the original aim of “….distribution to persons of the name of Graham or descendants of persons of that name such sums as they shall just requisite and to put poor boys of the name or descendants of such persons of the name, to schools and trades, in order to enable them to gain a livelihood and to be useful members of society.”  The Trust is administered by Foundation Scotland.

Eligibility:

Eligible programmes

All

To be eligible applicants must

  • Have the surname of Graham
  • Be studying at higher/further education establishments in the Glasgow area.

Fee Type:

Scotland ♦ England ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Wales ♦ EU ♦ International

Afghanistan ♦ Albania ♦ Algeria ♦ Andorra ♦ Angola ♦ Antigua and Barbuda ♦ Argentina ♦ Armenia ♦ Australia ♦ Austria ♦ Azerbaijan ♦ Bahamas ♦ Bangladesh ♦ Barbados ♦ Belarus ♦ Belgium ♦ Belize ♦ Benin ♦ Bhutan ♦ Bolivia ♦ Bosnia and Herzegovina ♦ Botswana ♦ Brazil ♦ Brunei ♦ Bulgaria ♦ Burkina ♦ Faso ♦ Burundi ♦ Cambodia ♦ Cameroon ♦ Canada ♦ Cape Verde ♦ Central African Republic ♦ Chad ♦ Chile ♦ China ♦ Colombia ♦ Comoros  ♦ Congo ♦ Congo Democratic Republic of  ♦ Costa Rica ♦ Cote d’Ivoire ♦ Croatia ♦ Cuba ♦ Cyprus  ♦  Czech Republic  ♦ Denmark ♦ Djibouti ♦ Dominica ♦ Dominican Republic ♦ Ecuador ♦ East Timor ♦ Egypt ♦ El Salvador ♦ England ♦ Equatorial Guinea ♦ Eritrea ♦ Estonia ♦ Ethiopia ♦ Fiji ♦ Finland ♦ France ♦ Gabon ♦ Gambia  ♦ Georgia ♦ Germany ♦ Ghana ♦ Greece ♦ Grenada ♦ Guatemala ♦ Guinea ♦ Guinea Bissau ♦ Guyana ♦ Haiti ♦ Honduras ♦ Hungary ♦ Iceland ♦ India ♦ Indonesia ♦ Iran ♦ Iraq ♦ Israel ♦ Ireland ♦ Italy ♦ Jamaica ♦ Japan ♦ Jordan ♦ Kazakhstan ♦ Kenya ♦ Kiribati ♦ Korea North ♦ Korea South ♦ Kosovo ♦ Kuwait ♦ Kyrgyzstan ♦ Laos ♦ Latvia ♦ Lebanon ♦ Lesotho ♦ Liberia ♦ Libya ♦ Liechtenstein ♦ Lithuania ♦ Luxembourg ♦ Macedonia ♦ Madagascar ♦ Malawi ♦ Malaysia ♦ Maldives ♦ Mali ♦ Malta ♦ Marshall Islands ♦ Mauritania ♦ Mauritius ♦ Mexico ♦ Micronesia ♦ Moldova ♦ Monaco ♦ Mongolia ♦ Montenegro ♦ Morocco ♦ Mozambique ♦ Myanmar(Burma) ♦ Namibia ♦ Nauru  ♦ Nepal ♦ Netherlands ♦ New Zealand ♦ Nicaragua ♦ Niger ♦ Nigeria ♦ Northern Ireland ♦ Norway ♦ Oman ♦ Pakistan ♦ Palau ♦ Palestine ♦ Panama ♦ Papua New Guinea ♦ Paraguay ♦ Peru ♦ The Philippines ♦ Poland ♦ Portugal ♦ Qatar ♦ ♦ Romania ♦ Russia ♦ Rwanda ♦ St Kitts and Nevis ♦ St Lucia ♦ St Vincent and the Grenadines ♦ Samoa ♦ San Marino ♦ Sao Tome and Principe ♦ Saudi Arabia ♦ Scotland ♦ Senegal ♦ Serbia ♦ Seychelles ♦ Sierra Leone ♦ Singapore ♦Slovenia ♦ Slovakia ♦ Solomon Islands ♦ Somalia  ♦ South Africa ♦ South Sudan ♦ Spain ♦ Sri Lanka ♦ Sudan ♦ Suriname ♦ Swaziland ♦  Sweden ♦ Switzerland ♦ Syria ♦ Taiwan ♦ Tajikistan ♦ Tanzania ♦ Thailand ♦ Togo ♦ Tonga ♦ Trinidad and Tobago ♦ Tunisia ♦ Turkey  ♦ Turkmenistan ♦ Tuvalu ♦ Uganda ♦ Ukraine ♦ United Arab Emirates ♦ United States of America ♦ Uruguay ♦ Uzbekistan ♦ Vanuatu ♦ Vatican City ♦ Venezuela ♦ Vietnam ♦ Wales  ♦ Yemen ♦ Zambia ♦ Zimbabwe
 

Level of Study:

Undergraduate - Postgraduate Taught - Postgraduate Research

How to Apply:

Complete the Graham Trust Bursary application form and return it by email to: linda@foundationscotland.org.uk

Value:

Up to £500

Deadline:

Typically end of July of each year



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