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I first came to Glasgow on the Erasmus exchange programme. I especially liked the practical nature of the postgraduate courses offered at Glasgow. The combination of theory and its application, using industry software, in river engineering, GIS and urban drainage, was particularly useful. Of course, my personal experience of the University was very important in my decision to continue to study here, but the University’s prestige in world ranking terms was important too. I thought the programme was well organised and I really appreciated the chance to do an experimental study for my major project work. Glasgow itself is a great city, with all the museums, concerts and social life that you would expect, and the people are friendly too.
Career Development Loans are available through a partnership arrangement between the Employment Department and four banks: Barclays, the Clydesdale, the Co-Operative and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Loans are available for vocational courses lasting up to one year.
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.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.
Established in 1901 under a Trust Deed signed by Andrew Carnegie, the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland aims to provide “funds for improving and extending the opportunities for scientific study and research in the Universities of Scotland”. For over a century, the Trust has funded student fees, scholarships, bursaries and research grants. It operates across all academic disciplines to encourage wider access to higher education and further research in the Scottish universities. With annual funding of around £2.5 million, the Trust is one of the largest educational grant giving charities in ScotlandA 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.
As a University of Glasgow student you’re already improving your chances of getting a foot on the career ladder you want - most of our new graduates either start work or go onto further study within a year. By studying for a postgraduate taught degree you will expand your skills, knowledge and experience for your future career. Opportunities span full-time, part-time and distance learning, allowing you the opportunity to learn from our world-leading scholars.
The GU 1968 Engineers Trust was established by the 1968 Engineering Graduates of Glasgow University for the purposes of the advancement of education and, in particular, for the provision of benefit to or for students studying Engineering at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Value: The value of any Award is likely to be between £250 and £500.
The award pays fees and provides maintenance funding in the form of an income contingent loan. Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria above.
Founded in 1932 and 1935 by Sir Daniel Stevenson, Bt.LLD, Chancellor of the University for the promotion of friendly relations between the students of Scotland, Germany, France and Spain. Scholars are required to pay their own travel expenses. A limited amount of scholarships may be awarded for periods of not less than four months.Value: Award level can vary subject to interview performance.
Founded in 1932 and 1935 by Sir Daniel Stevenson, Bt.LLD, Chancellor of the University for the promotion of friendly relations between the students of Scotland, Germany, France and Spain. Scholars are required to pay their own travel expenses. A limited amount of scholarships may be awarded for periods of not less than four months.
Santander Universities UK is a global network, which exists to help provide students with the support they need to become tomorrow's leaders. The Santander fund awards to outstanding students and give them the possibility to travel abroad to continue their studies.
Gain an internationally recognised qualification and take your career to new heights. This exciting scholarship opportunity is open to Canadian, Chinese, Indian and US nationals and is aimed at encouraging bright, talented and hard working individuals to live, work and study in Scotland. Awards are available for full time graduate study. Courses must be masters programmes, and can be either taught or research.This exciting scholarship opportunity is open to citizens from USA, Canada, the Republic of China or India. Only applicants with a very good undergraduate degree will be considered (3.2 GPA or equivalent) and students wishing to apply for this scholarship should have already received either a Conditional or Unconditional offer from the University of Glasgow and be able to demonstrate that they can meet the costs of living and remaining tuition fees. The scholarships are not available to US students who have already completed their undergraduate studies at an institution in Scotland. The course must be full time and delivered in Scotland and not online or by distance learning.
The University of Glasgow will award a total of 40 postgraduate scholarships worth £5,000 across each of the 4 Colleges. The scholarships will be awarded as a tuition fee discount and are for students who are resident in the following countries:
Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, USA
A maximum of 5 scholarships are available per country. Clinical courses are not eligible.
The University of Glasgow offer 52 University Trust International Leadership scholarships to international (non-EU) students starting a postgraduate taught Masters programme in any discipline. 12 awards worth £10,000 and 40 awards worth £5000 will be awarded as a tuition fees discount.
The successful applicant will receive a £2000 scholarship. £1000 will be awarded as a fee discount by the University of Glasgow. £1000 will be awarded directly to the student by UKEAS.Applicants must be self funded, have a permanent home address in mainland China and have an excellent undergraduate degree.
Commonwealth Scholarships are available each year to fund Commonwealth citizens' study in the UK for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. A range of scholarships are available for citizens of Commonwealth countries other than the UK. Further information is available on the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission website. http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/The scholarship usually covers tuition fee, travel expenses and a stipend. Please refer to the terms and conditions of the scheme you are applying to.
The University of Glasgow/Glasgow International College Achievement Award offers 6 x £3000 tuition fee discounts for one year postgraduate taught programmes and for the first year of undergraduate programmes for 2013/14.
The government, leading companies in the aerospace sector, the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) and the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) have developed an initiative to boost the supply of aeronautical engineering skills to the UK economy. This was announced by the Prime Minister at the Farnborough International Air Show in July 2012. The main purpose of the scheme is to bring new talent, knowledge and skill into the UK aerospace sector. It is designed for people who would not otherwise be able to finance their MSc studies. It also provides MSc funding to upskill certain categories of employee already working in the UK aerospace sector. Funding for tuition fees is available for up to 500 students to undertake MSc programmes at UK universities which are accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society, or supported by the leading aerospace companies, starting in academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16.The Aerospace MSc Bursary Scheme aims to generate more aerospace MSc qualified professionals with high level skills who will work in the sector; to up-skill the existing UK aerospace workforce and reinforce the supply of skilled people with knowledge and expertise in key areas of technology for the future.Whatever your background you will need strong motivation and firm commitment to a career in aerospace in the UK. You may be:
• Currently employed by one of the nine partner companies or by an SME in the UK supply chain and nominated by your employer. See website for further information on terms and conditions;
• Not yet employed in the sector but with practical or financial support from a UK aerospace company (including the sector supply chain);
• Not yet employed in the sector and applying directly to the scheme as an independent candidate, i.e. without practical or financial support from a UK aerospace firm (including the sector’s supply chain). If you are successful, The Scheme will introduce successful candidates to relevant employers. Bursaries will be awarded to candidates who can demonstrate their commitment to working in the UK aerospace sector and who have been offered a place on an eligible MSc programme. Applications will be accepted before an MSc place is offered but will be conditional on receiving, and taking up, the MSc offer from a university.
FindAMasters is offering 8 Postgraduate scholarships for students wishing to start a Masters course in autumn 2013 at any European (EU) institution.Amount: 1 general award worth £1000, and 7 x £500 subject specific awards:
• Masters scholarship in Arts
• Masters scholarship in Biological Sciences
• Masters scholarship in Medical Sciences and Health
• Masters scholarship in Business, Finance and Law
• Masters scholarship in Engineering, Maths and Computing
• Masters scholarship in Humanities and social Sciences
• Masters scholarship in Physical, Chemical and earth Sciences.
Awards will be paid via your university.
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 now provides one-off bursaries of up to £500 to students with the surname of Graham studying at higher/further education establishments in the Glasgow area.
The School of Engineering is pleased to offer International Academic Excellence Awards for any of our MSc Programmes. The full list of programmes is available at: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/engineering/postgraduate/All international applicants who have an unconditional offer, and have completed the application form, will be considered on merit.
The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited number of scholarships each year for postgraduate studies to outstanding students from select developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies, in order to prepare them for employment, primarily within the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).
The Foundation gives priority to requests for Master's level courses but may consider applications for PhD programmes, in the case of outstanding students who are highly recommended for doctoral studies by their professors and who need a PhD for the fulfilment of their career objectives (academic or research oriented).
Applications for short-term courses are not considered; neither are applications from students who have already started their course of study.To be eligible applicants must
- Be nationals of the following countries: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Syria, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar and Mozambique. May also be considered those originally from these countries but currently living in France, Portugal, UK, USA and Canada, who are interested in development-related studies and who have no other means of financing their education.
- Demonstrate consistently excellent academic records
- Show evidence of genuine financial need
- Have obtained admission to a highly reputable university or programme of study
- Establish relevance of the field of study to AKDN’s focus areas
- Provide thoughtful and coherent educational and career plans, their extra-curricular interests and achievements, potential to achieve their goals and likelihood to succeed in a foreign academic environment.
- Have some years of work experience in their field of interest.Preference is given to students under 30 years of age.Scholarships are awarded on a 50% grant : 50% loan basis.
The Foundation assists students with tuition fees and living expenses only. The cost of travel is not included in AKF scholarships. Funding for PhD programmes is only provided for the first two years of study, after which the students are expected to find alternative sources of assistance. Financial assistance is provided according to the needs of students, but the International Scholarship Programme must be considered a lender of last resort. Preference is given to those who have been able to secure some funding from alternative sources.
The College of Science and Engineering is offering six scholarships worth £10,000 each towards tuition fees for academically excellent students wishing to study an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Taught programme within the College’s programme portfolio.
The College of Sciences and Engineering Graduate School offers a range of scholarships and funding opportunities each year.
The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust Postgraduate Bursaries are designed to provide support for eligible UK students i.e. those who are (or who are connected with) Commercial Travellers, Grocers or Chemists, in financial need undertaking full-time Postgraduate degree courses at institutions in the United Kingdom, leading to recognised qualifications (e.g. PhD/MSc). Bursaries will generally be awarded for either the whole of a postgraduate course or its remaining duration. They will not generally be awarded for periods prior to this.Funds are intended for those in financial hardship requiring funds for tuition and examination fees, travel costs, study materials and accommodation. The continuation of bursary payments is conditional on the student continuing their full-time registration, their satisfactory academic performance and there being no material change of their financial circumstances.Value:
Up to £5,000. This amount may be adjusted according to the applicant’s personal financial need and to the amount of funds available.Bursaries will be paid to the university rather than directly to the student. This payment will be made after the receipt of an invoice or a letter requesting the funds.
This document should indicate the student’s name and period of each claim. Any unspent funds should be returned if a student fails to complete their course or the host institution decides to terminate the course for any reason. The host institution should submit a brief report by the beginning of September following the end of the academic year. This report should state that the academic progress of the student has been satisfactory, that the student’s financial situation has remained unchanged and that the host institution will continue to administer the award and keep the Trust informed of any relevant changes.
The University of Glasgow awards Postgraduate Talent Scholarships each academic year to support students who could face financial difficulties in taking up their place to study at the University. The value of each scholarship is £2,000 and they are for students undertaking a one year Taught Masters programme in any of the University’s colleges.Please note, It is the applicant’s responsibility to send the evidence requested to [email protected] by the stated deadline. Applications cannot and will not be considered without the relevant documents and information to support them.Please note also, your personal statement should evidence a commitment to your chosen course of study and detail how your personal circumstances may make it difficult for you to take up your place.
The Scottish Power Foundation (Fundacion Iberdrola) is providing students the opportunity to gain scholarships for Masters study at the University of Glasgow.
Lloyd's Register Foundation is an independent charity working to achieve advances in transportation, science, engineering and technology education, training and research worldwide for the benefit of all. The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Scholarships are prestigious scholarships which support high-achieving students studying a postgraduate taught Masters in the College of Science and Engineering.
- 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. http://www.chevening.org/Deadline:
3 November 2015 at 23:59 UK time.
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.Deadline:
31 October each year
Established in 1946, the Fulbright Scholarship program aims to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge and skills. Approximately 20 Fulbright Scholarships are awarded each year to US graduates, regardless of age or subject, to study outside the USA. These awards are made on a competitive basis and are for the academic year of nine months. However, students on a 12 month taught Masters degree may be eligible to receive a three month extension.Awards are available for lecturing or advanced research for a minimum of three months. Fellowships are offered for research librarians and academic administrators to spend three months gaining experience in the UK. Arts fellowships and professional fellowships are awarded to individuals in a variety of fields to enable them to spend a period of six to nine months in the UK. The Fulbright Commission promotes educational and cultural exchange between the United States and the United Kingdom in order to enhance mutual understanding and strengthen relations between the two countries. Fulbright makes awards through open competition to outstanding graduates who demonstrate leadership qualities and potential leaders of professional, academic and artistic excellence who are recognised in their field.
Inlaks Scholarships provide young Indian people a chance to further their education and skills by having the opportunity to study abroad at a leading American, UK or European institution. There are two types of scholarships available: one for university programmes and one for specific programmes proposed by the candidate.
The Said Foundation aims to promote education and development in the Middle East. To this end, the Foundation offers 20 postgraduate scholarships annually to outstanding individuals who demonstrate the potential to become leaders and innovators of change. Scholarships are primarily offered for one year postgraduate programmes but in exceptional circumstances it may be possible to consider applicants for two-year programmes. The Foundation is able to provide full or partial scholarships for masters' degrees at partner universities in the UK.To be eligible applicants must
- have a first degree equivalent to a UK 2.1 Honours degree or higher- be under 35 years of age at the beginning of the 2014/15 academic year- be Jordanian, Lebanese, Syrian or Palestinian (including Palestinians inside Israel). Priority is given to those residing in the target countriest- demonstrate that their chosen course of study will be of use to your home country or the Middle East region- demonstrate leadership potential- hold an offer for a one-year postgraduate taught Masters and provide evidence that the language requirement is met- sign a binding undertaking to apply the skills and knowledge you have gained in one of the Foundation's target countries No work experience is necessary, although preference will be given to those with work experience. If the applicant lacks work experience the Foundation can consider experience gained from voluntary or community activities or participation in activities whilst at university. Applications from candidates whose siblings or spouses are currently being supported by the Foundation cannot be considered.Deadline:
23.59PM on 30 November 2015
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. Guaranteed 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.
The Japan Scotland Association has set up this scholarship scheme to help improve links between Japan and Scotland. The scheme will assist Japanese students at Master’s level of any speciality studying at Scottish Universities.
The University of Glasgow offer a £1000 fee discount to international students undertaking a new one year full-time postgraduate taught masters programmes.
The University of Glasgow award a total of 40 postgraduate scholarships worth £5,000. Scholarships are available to students entering any of the University’s colleges and are awarded as a tuition fee discount.