Full Scholarships for International Students at Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University is located in the center of Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. The university is committed to promote the common good, but also to encourage innovation in education and research, preparing students to become employable in a global workplace market.

The university offers scholarships and bursaries worth of £2 million for classes starting in 2017, for international and domestic students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

There are a few scholarships for which the application process is still open.

Master of Science in Big Data Technologies Scholarship is available to UK/EU and international students who apply for this master program. The Master in Big Data Technologies is a good choice for professionals who currently work in this industry and is available for full-time and part-time study. The scholarship consists in £2000 deduction from the tuition fee for UK and EU students and in £4000 deduction from the tuition fee for international students (students from countries outside European Union and United Kingdom). The deadline application is 10 July 2017. Students can apply for the scholarship here and can find more information about the Master program here.

Chancellor Yunus Scholarship is available for international and domestic students who have applied for the Master in Social Business and Microfinance at Glasgow Caledonian University. The scholarship covers full tuition for the course for one international student and from one domestic student. The scholarship will be offered considering the academic background and performance of the applicants and their financial needs. Students can find out more information about the Social Business and Microfinance Master here and can apply online for the scholarship here. Deadline application is 30 June 2017.

Scholarship for Climate Justice Master is offered to students who have applied and received an offer for the Climate Justice Master program. The master is focused on human rights, climate issues and development. UK and EU students will receive a £2500 for their tuition fees and international students will receive £6000 for their tuition fees. The application is closed on 10 July 2017.

Moffat Scholarship is offered to students who wish to study travel and tourism at a bachelor degree level or at a master degree level. Students who want to attend Travel, Tourism or Events programs at the university can receive a £3600 if they prove to have excellent academic abilities, high motivation to pursue a career in this domain and also financial need. The number of scholarships offered depends on the quality of the applicants. The Moffat Charitable Fund was created 10 years ago and had offered support of over £1m to students at Glasgow Caledonian University. Students can find out more about this and other scholarships on this website page. Application for the Moffat Scholarship can be made until 3 July 2017.

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