1 November 2017
Glasgow Caledonian University, The University for Common Good has a variety of scholarships to offer to international students to help them make the most of the opportunity, regardless of their financial circumstances
Believing that a university education is an investment for a brighter future, GCU is offering a portfolio of scholarships and bursaries to Indian Students who have the talent, ability and drive to study with it.
The GREAT scholarships awarding an amount of £6,250 and tenable for one academic year, are available for Indian students for Master programs for the 2017-2018 academic session.
Eligibility: Students must be from India who are accepted for admission on a full-time basis for an eligible Post Graduate programme at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Subjects: Applications from students studying a one-year Masters degree in one of the following eligible subject areas are considered:
Deadline to apply: 10 November 2017
For full Time January 2018 Intakie, Glasgow Caledonian University in conjunction with the Scottish Government are pleased to offer The Saltire scholarship to students who meet the criteria below:
Criteria: Students wishing to apply for this scholarship will have to have already received either a Conditional or Unconditional offer from Glasgow Caledonian University for January 2018. Any additional costs, such as the remainder of the tuition fee and living expenses are the responsibility of the student. The scholarships are not available to 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.
What to you get: The Saltire scholarship is a total of £4,000 (British pounds) towards the cost of tuition fees for the 1st year of study only. The scholarship will replace any scholarship that has already been offered by the University.
Eligibility: This scholarship opportunity is open to citizens from USA, Canada, China India and Pakistan. Priority will be given to students studying programmes in the following sectors:
Renewable and clean energy
Subjects: Courses can be Undergraduate, Masters or PhD programmes.
Deadline: 09 December 2017
MSc BIG DATA SCHOLARSHIP
Fee scholarships totalling £4,000 are available for full-time International students towards tuition fees for the course MSc Big Data technologies
What you get: International student will receive £4,000 which will be deducted from Tuition fee.
Eligibility: Any student who has applied for the full time MSc Big Data Technologies starting January 2018
CLOSING DATE: 10 November 2017
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