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Advanced Practice in Health Care - MSc/PgDip/PgCert


University of Glasgow    College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences

Full time & Part time September PGDip, PGCert, MSc 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

Designed for the growing number of health care professionals wishing to work in clinical leadership or extended roles in clinical practice in the

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Entry Requirements

You must have a relevant professional degree, normally a good Honours degree or equivalent, and two years' experience post-qualification.

You are required to provide one reference and a full degree transcript with your application.


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Scholarships

In addition to a full tuition fee waiver from the University of Glasgow the awardee will receive £10,000, which is intended as a contribution towards general maintenance costs (accommodation, travel, subsistence, etc) while in the UK. This will be paid in instalments directly to the grantee upon arrival in the UK. Limited sickness and accident benefit coverage (typically not needed with free access to the NHS) is also provided.

All grantees in the UK attend a 3-day orientation program on arrival in September, a 5-day Fulbright Forum in January and a farewell event, the Fulbright 'End-cap'. The Commission has arranged a number of memberships for grantees during their stay and will assign a British alumna/us as a mentor.

Value of Scholarship(s)

full tuition fee waiver + £10,000

Eligibility

Each year, one award is offered to a US citizen to pursue a one-year Master’s degree programme (or the first year of a longer Master’s or PhD programme) in any non-clinically based subject at the University of Glasgow. The successful candidate will be selected by the Fulbright Commission and the Institute of International Education (IIE).

Application Procedure

Minimum eligibility for this award category:

US citizen (resident anywhere but the UK)
Rigor in scholarly enquiry and academic or professional excellence
Strong reasons for wishing to pursue the proposed project in the UK
Interest in the peoples and cultures of the UK
Clear set of objectives for the Fulbright year
Commitment to the host community through volunteer and extra-curricular activity
Candidates need not be recent graduates, and financial need is not a factor in the selection process. The program seeks the widest possible variety of fields and career goals among applicants, including the arts and professional studies in addition to traditional academic disciplines. Preference will be given to those who do not have extensive experience in the UK.
In making these awards the Commission is looking not only for academic excellence but a focused application, a range of extracurricular and community activities, demonstrated ambassadorial skills, a desire to further the Fulbright Programme and a plan to work for the betterment of the home and host countries both during and after studies.


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A member of staff of a Scottish university must nominate applicants. The Trust also administers a small number of Caledonian Research Foundation Scholarships under similar regulations. Nomination forms are available from the Carnegie Trust.

Value of Scholarship(s)

various

Eligibility

The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland awards a small number of research scholarships to graduates of Scottish Universities who achieve first-class Honours.

Application Procedure

The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Andrew Carnegie House
Pittencrieff Street
Dunfermline
Fife
KY12 8AW

Tel: 01383 724990
Fax: 01383 749799
E-mail: jgray@carnegie-trust.org


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This scheme makes annual awards for nine months taught postgraduate diploma courses on largely vocational subjects e.g. information technology, divinity and engineering. Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria above.

Value of Scholarship(s)

various

Eligibility

The SAAS provides funding for Scottish domiciled students studying full time postgraduate courses. This means that you will have to have been ordinarily resident in the British Isles for the three years immediately proceeding the academic year in which the course begins. If you are not a UK or EU national you must be settled in the UK as indicated by the Immigration Act of 1971. You must also be ordinarily resident in Scotland at the time of application. Responsibility for the Scottish Studentship Scheme has now been transferred to the AHRB. Previously this was administered by the SAAS.

Application Procedure

Contact Details:
Postgraduate Awards
Student Awards Agency for Scotland
Gyleview House
3 Redheughs Rigg
Edinburgh
EH12 9HH

Tel: 0131 244 4667


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Value: The award pays fees and provides maintenance funding in the form of an income contingent loan. Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria above.

Eligibility: The SAAS provides funding for Scottish domiciled students studying full time postgraduate courses. This means that you will have to have been ordinarily resident in the British Isles for the three years immediately proceeding the academic year in which the course begins. If you are not a UK or EU national you must be settled in the UK as indicated by the Immigration Act of 1971. You must also be ordinarily resident in Scotland at the time of application. Responsibility for the Scottish Studentship Scheme has now been transferred to the AHRB. Previously this was administered by the SAAS.

Value of Scholarship(s)

various

Eligibility

The SAAS provides funding for Scottish domiciled students studying full time postgraduate courses. This means that you will have to have been ordinarily resident in the British Isles for the three years immediately proceeding the academic year in which the course begins. If you are not a UK or EU national you must be settled in the UK as indicated by the Immigration Act of 1971. You must also be ordinarily resident in Scotland at the time of application. Responsibility for the Scottish Studentship Scheme has now been transferred to the AHRB. Previously this was administered by the SAAS.

Application Procedure

Contact Details:
Postgraduate Awards
Student Awards Agency for Scotland
Gyleview House
3 Redheughs Rigg
Edinburgh
EH12 9HH

Tel: 0131 244 4667


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