University of Aberdeen is offering Jim Duncan scholarships to undertake undergraduate degree year 1, year 2, year 3 level. The International students can apply for this scholarship. Two scholarships are available for the value at £1,500 per annum for the duration of two years. The selection criteria for awarding scholarship are on the basis of financial need and hardship, and academic potential. The scholarships are renewed on annually basis. Send complete application before 22nd April 2013.
Study Subject(s): The scholarship is provided to learn any of the courses offered by the university.
Course Level: This scholarship is for pursuing undergraduate degree year 1, year 2, year 3 level.
Scholarship Provider: University of Aberdeen
Scholarship can be taken at: UK
-The scholarships are open to all students regardless of nationality or fee status, who have had a break in education, or are resuming their undergraduate studies after an interruption.
-Applications from medical students would be particularly welcome.
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: The International students can apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Description: The Jim Duncan scholarship is open to anyone who has decided to go to University to undertake an undergraduate degree after having had a break in their education, or who are resuming their undergraduate studies at the University after an interruption, and require financial assistance.
Number of awards offered: Two scholarships are available.
Duration of award(s): The scholarships shall initially be awarded for a two year period of the undergraduate course in order to give security to the scholar awarded.
What does it cover? Each scholarship is valued at £1,500 per annum.
Selection Criteria: The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need and hardship, and academic potential.
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The International undergraduate scholarships application closing date is 22nd April 2013.