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As the largest Faculty of Engineering in Scotland, they have more than 800 international students from 100 different countries around the world studying with us here at Strathclyde. They have over 40 undergraduate courses and almost 70 postgraduate taught courses on offer within our 8 departments, providing a broad range of study options for our students. University of Scotland believe in useful learning.
Postgraduate – 2022/23 entry
- Applicants for postgraduate taught degrees starting in the 2022/23 academic year will receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 15% reduction of tuition fees, with a typical scholarship award of £3,460 deducted from tuition fees.*
- Applications for our Dean’s International Excellence Awards are now closed, and successful applicants will be notified in due course.
- If applying for postgraduate research degree programme, applicants will receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 15% reduction of tuition fees for each year of study. Postgraduate research degree applicants can apply year round for the scholarships.
Applicants for undergraduate degrees starting in the 2022/23 academic year will receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 10% reduction of tuition fees for each year of study. The first year of the scholarship will typically be £2,240.
To be considered for the Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship applicants should have a 2:1 (or equivalent) in their undergraduate degree.
Important things to note:
- The value of the postgraduate taught scholarship award is equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for your first year of study. This is typically £3,460 for programmes with a tuition fee of £23,050.
- If you are studying a two year MSc programme, you will receive a 15% scholarship for your first year only.
- The amount varies for selected programmes with a different tuition fee, including programmes within Architecture and Biomedical Engineering.
- Applicants awarded the scholarship and studying an 18 month MSc programme will receive a scholarship typically equating to £3,460.
- If you’re applying for postgraduate research degree programme, you’ll receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study.
- The Faculty of Engineering’s International Scholarships are only open for self-funded, international (non-EU) fee-paying applicants enrolling on a full-time course. Those who receive full sponsorship from a government office or embassy are not eligible to apply.
- Applications are now being accepted and completed application forms should be submitted as early as possible.
- In order to be considered for a scholarship an applicant must hold an offer to study a full-time course in the 2022/23 academic year.
- The deadline for applicants applying to study a postgraduate taught programme in September 2022 is 9 September 2022. The deadline for applicants applying to study in January 2023 is 13 January 2023.
- Students are only eligible for one scholarship per academic year from the University of Strathclyde.
- Students who do not meet any of the required criteria in this announcement will automatically not be considered
- The Faculty of Engineering’s decision on the awarding of scholarships is final.
How to apply
You should write no more than 500 words on why you should receive a Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship.
The application process
Step 1 – Apply for the engineering course of your choice
Step 2 – Receive an offer letter for your degree programme
Step 3 – Submit the scholarship application form
Step 4 – If you’re successful, you’ll receive your scholarship offer letter via email.