GCU offer a wide range of scholarships to study master courses for Jan 2019

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GCU offer a wide range of scholarships to study master courses for Jan 2019

10 October 2018

Glasgow Caledonian University, the University for the Common Good is feeling delighted to offer a wide range of scholarships to the Indian students to study postgraduate courses for January 2019. The university has a mission to bring a positive difference to the communities with social innovation teaching and research.

 

The following scholarships are offered to the self-funded Indian students. To avail the scholarship, the students must be offered a place on the course at GCU.

PG Ambassador Scholarship

  • Up to £15,000 full fee scholarship
  • Plus 10 hours per week paid work placement

New to GCU scholarship

  • Up to £3,600 off course tuition fees

Don McCarthy Scholarship (specific to GCU London BSoF)

  • Up to Full Fee scholarship, providing vital support towards course fees

International Loyalty Scholarship

  • Up to £5,000 off their course tuition fees.

Early payment discount

  • Discount of 5% if fees are over £5,000 and the fees are paid in full prior to the first teaching date of the programme

To learn more about Glasgow Caledonian University, scholarship offered, post graduate courses and admission process, apply for a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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