If you want to get a scholarship then here is an opportunity for you. The Glasgow School for Business and Society is offering PhD research studentships for applicants.
This call is open for the high achieving students, who must hold a UK honors degree 2:1 (or equivalent); or a masters degree in a subject relevant to the research project. Grants are offered for three years.
Golden opportunity for international students
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Founded in 1993, Glasgow Caledonian University has an excellent learning environment. It is the first higher education institution in the UK. It has a tradition of widening access to higher education for talented individuals regardless of their backgrounds.
Why at Glasgow Caledonian University? The university offers a range of services to help graduates in making themselves more employable and find work or further study upon graduation. It supports the student experience, whilst delivering innovation through world-class research in key areas of strength.
Application Deadline: Close
To be eligible, must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- UK, EU and international citizens are eligible to apply.
- This is available for pursuing PhD research degree in the Glasgow School for Business and Society.
- Equivalent professional qualifications and any appropriate research experience may be considered. A minimum English language level of IELTS score of 6.5 (or equivalent) with no element below 6.0 is required. Some research disciplines may require higher levels.
How to Apply
- How to apply: Interested candidates can apply for the fund after taking a full-time enrollment in PhD coursework at GCU. When you will receive the offer letter of study at GCU, you will be automatically considered for the reward.
- Supporting Documents: A student is required to submit a CV, copies of academic qualifications, references and any other required documentation by email.
- Admission Requirements: For admission, the candidate must have to hold the previous studies certificates.
- Language Requirement: All applicants must provide evidence that their English language ability meets the minimum requirements for admission.
Each award will provide the following:
-An annual maintenance stipend of £14,800
-Payment of tuition fees up to a maximum of UK/EU levels (£4100 for 2014/15). Provision of at least £1000 personal development funding for attending conferences and specialized training programs