Scholarships worth £5,000 for Business, Engineering, and Computer Students

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Scholarships worth £5,000 for Business, Engineering, and Computer Students

16 June 2016

Robert Gordon University is offering 6 awards of worth £5,000 for Indian students who wish to study Business & Management(BA or MSc), Engineering (BEng, BSc or MSc) or Computer Science and Digital Media (MSc courses only).

Note: The university is still accepting applications for September 2016 session.

Award: £5,000 x 6
Deadline: 1st July 2016

About Robert Gordon University:
Robert Gordon University is a modern university based in the Scottish city of Aberdeen. Although it was granted university status in 1992, it was founded as an educational institution in the mid 18th century. Robert Gordon has a strong focus on vocational degrees, and brands itself as ‘The Professional University’. It currently has a little over 17,000 students, of whom more than 1,000 are international, enrolled.
Awards for the University include ‘Best Modern University in the UK’ (Times Guide 2012) and ‘Scottish University of the Year’ in 2011. Faculties include the Aberdeen Business School, Faculty of Design & Technology and Faculty of Health and Social Care.

To know more about the university: Robert Gordon University

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