Scholarship Description: The University of Dundee is satisfied to declare the Saltire Scholarship to the beginning global up-and-comer.
The program is available to the natives of Canada, Japan, India, USA, Pakistan or China, and Hong Kong. The scholarship is accessible to seek after the postgraduate showed program at the college.
Scholarship Provider: Founded in 1881, the University of Dundee is an open research college in the UK. It has been positioned eighth in the UK for understudy involvement, and second inside Scotland. It offers an undergrad and postgraduate certificate program in the different field of study.
Qualification Level: Postgraduate certificate program
Scholarship Benefits: Scholarship will be granted worth up to £8,000
Accessible Subjects: The scholarship is availabe to contemplate the postgraduate qualification program in the field of Architecture and Urban Planning, Art and Design, Biological/Biomedical Sciences, Business, Computing, Electronic Engineering, Energy Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, English, Creative Writing, Film Studies, Geography, Environmental Science, History, Mechanical Engineering, Philosophy.
Qualified Nationalities: The resident of Canada, Japan, India, USA, Pakistan or China, and Hong Kong are qualified to apply for the scholarship.
Qualification Criteria: To be qualified for the scholarship, the candidate must meet the accompanying qualification criteria:
The candidate must have a contingent or unrestricted idea for a postgraduate showed program at the University of Dundee. The competitor must be a native of Canada, Japan, India, USA, Pakistan or China, and Hong Kong. Candidate must have the option to exhibit that they can meet the expenses of living in Scotland and the rest of the education costs.
So as to apply for the scholarship candidates need to present an online application structure.
Supporting archives are not required for the scholarship
So as to apply for a Saltire Scholarship up-and-comers must have a restrictive or genuine idea of a spot at a Scottish college on a qualified course.
Deadline: May 26