Monday, 26 May 2014

2014-2015 International Programme Scholarships at University of Glasgow in UK

University of Glasgow is inviting application for international scholarships to pursue master program within the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences. Scholarships are available to applicants from outside the UK/EU. Applicants must hold a conditional or unconditional offer. The application deadline is June 2, 2014.
About Scholarship: College aims to attract academically talented students from around the world and give them an intellectually demanding, research-informed education. They are equally committed to supporting students and rewarding academic excellence.
Study: Scholarships are awarded for the following programmes: MSc Cancer Sciences, MSc Sport & Exercise Science and Medicine, MSc Cardiovascular Sciences, The David Livingstone MSc Infection Biology, MSc Health Technology Assessment and MSc Biotechnology. Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing masters degree level at University of Glasgow. Scholarship Provider: University of Glasgow, UK Scholarship can be taken at: UK
-The scholarships are available to applicants from outside the UK/EU.
-You must be a conditional or unconditional offer holder.

Scholarship Open for: International students (outside the UK/EU) can apply for these scholarships.
-MSc Cancer Sciences: £10,000 scholarship
-MSc Sport & Exercise Science and Medicine: £10,000 scholarship
-MSc Cardiovascular Sciences: £10,000 scholarship
-The David Livingstone MSc Infection Biology Scholarship: £10,000 scholarship
-MSc Health Technology Assessment: £17,250 scholarship
-MSc Biotechnology: £8,000 scholarship

Apply: Email stating which course scholarship you would like to be considered for, with your application number. If you have any questions, please send through to this address also.
Deadline: The application deadline is June 2, 2014.
Please note, once awarded, a deposit of £1,000 will be requested in order to secure the scholarship (unless you can prove you are a sponsored student or if you have already paid the general University deposit of £2,000).
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