18 May 2021
The University of Stirling is hosting a live asset manager simulation game for Indian students interested in studying finance and investment on Saturday, 12th June 2021.
Stirling is one of the top 30 UK universities overall according to The Guardian University Guide 2021 and Accounting and Finance at the University of Stirling is ranked in the UK top 15 (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021).
The event is being hosted in partnership with Amplify and is open for undergraduate students, postgraduate students and working professionals who intend to study a Masters degree at the university in the upcoming academic session. Up to £8,000 are up for grabs!
Date: Saturday, 12th June 2021
Time: 3:30pm - 7:00pm IST
Location: Online via Zoom
This interactive event will be a fun opportunity to test your financial trading skills and use real-time decision making using virtual money to maximise profit and reach the top of the leader board.
Students will also get a chance to interact with the best academics from the University of Stirling Management School and get feedback on their trading performance.
The winner will be awarded a £4,000 scholarship in addition to the £4,000 Postgraduate India Scholarship at Stirling, making it a total of £8,000 reduction on the total tuition fee.
Stirling is awarding a £4,000 Postgraduate India Scholarship to all applicants from India who apply for a University of Stirling Masters degree. Students who are full time, on-campus, self-funding applicants can benefit from this scholarship. Several other sports and subject specific scholarships are also available at the University for September 2021.
If you want to apply to the University of Stirling with scholarship, arrange your free consultation to speak with an SI-UK India study abroad counsellor or visit your nearest SI-UK India office today.
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