University of Strathclyde invites applications for business masters scholarship
Interested students can apply at the official website of the varsity — strath.ac.uk. The varsity will provide up to a maximum of 35 offers for this scholarship.
The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, is currently accepting applications for scholarships worth £9,000 or £10,000. These scholarships are available to new international students who will be joining a postgraduate taught master’s degree program in the business field.
Interested students can submit their applications through the official website of the university, strath.ac.uk. The university will be offering a maximum of 35 scholarships through this program.
The application deadline for this scholarship is July 31, and scholarships will be awarded on a rolling basis starting from mid-March 2023.
The scholarship is available for various fields within the business domain, including accounting and finance, economics, entrepreneurship, human resource management, marketing, business, management, management science, and data analytics.
To be eligible for this scholarship, candidates must be self-funded, meaning they should not be receiving any other funding from external scholarships, employer sponsorship, or similar sources. Additionally, candidates must already hold an offer of a place on one of the university’s full-time MSc programs for entry in September 2023, and they must be considered as international students for fee status purposes.
Applicants interested in applying for the scholarship should submit a statement of up to 1000 words. The statement should demonstrate their ideas, experiences, and future career plans, including their reasons for choosing their preferred program and why they believe they should be awarded this scholarship. Candidates will also be evaluated based on the overall quality of their application and their financial need.
By offering these scholarships, the University of Strathclyde aims to attract talented international students and provide them with financial support to pursue their postgraduate studies in the field of business.