In partnership with the Scottish Funding Council (SFC), Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre and The Data Lab, the University of Stirling is currently offering up to 85 fully funded places on a select range of Masters Programmes during 2017/18. For each place, the full cost of tuition will be covered across a diverse set of courses.
All of the cutting-edge programmes supported by this funding have been handpicked because they arm graduates with all the skills necessary to impact Scotland's key up-and-coming industries – and each scholarship is supported by a set of inclusive eligibility requirements.
|Data Lab Innovation Centre||28 places|
|Data Science for Business|
|Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre||15 places|
|Aquatic Food Security|||
|Aquatic Veterinary Studies|||
|Sustainable Aquaculture (Named Degree Outcomes)|||
|Scottish Funding Council||42 places|
|Economics for Business and Policy|||
|Strategic Sustainable Business|||
|International Energy Law and Policy|||
|Environment, Heritage and Policy|||
|Global Issues in Gerontology and Ageing|
The Scottish Funding Council has attached specific eligibility criteria to the taught postgraduate places at the University of Stirling. These places are open for applicants domiciled in Scotland and the European Union.
You are eligible to apply for a funded place if you are:
You are not eligible if you are
You don't. So long as you apply for one of the listed postgraduate courses, accept an unconditional offer and meet all eligibility requirements, you will automatically be considered for one of the SFC's 85 Masters Scholarships. Successful candidates will then be notified via email by the University's Admissions Office.