Stirling Management School Scholarships, Studentships and Funding
The Management School is committed to investing in academically talented students, enabling them to further their education with a globally recognised qualification from one of the many Degree Programmes on offer at the University of Stirling.
Applications are welcome from any Fourth Year Undergraduate student studying Accounting, Finance, Business Studies, Economics, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing or Retail Marketing or a combined degree including any of the Stirling Management School courses.
If you have the talent, ability and drive to study for a postgraduate degree at the University of Stirling, we want to ensure that you can make the most of the opportunity, regardless of your financial circumstances. SAAS postgraduate loans offer postgraduate students repayable support towards the cost of tuition fees and living costs (for full time students only) and is available to eligible Scotland & EU domiciled students undertaking full and part-time postgraduate study on specific courses.
The MBA Emerging Economies Leader for Social Change Scholarship has a value of £10,000 and will be awarded to a high calibre International student with 3 or more years work experience joining the Stirling MBA in September 2018.
Th e MBA Leadership for Sustainable Futures Scholarships have a value of £4,000 each and will be awarded to high calibre students of any nationality with 3 or more years work experience joining the Stirling MBA in September 2018.
Two Karen Napier Scholarships are generously funded by the Karen Napier Charity and the University of Stirling Management School in memory of Karen, a graduate of the MSc in Investment Analysis. Each Scholarship will meet the course fees and will also provide a £3,500 maintenance award.
The Dorothy Nicol Scholarship is generously funded to offer £15,250 meeting the overseas tuition fee and will be awarded to a student from Sub-Saharan Africa joining any Masters course within the Management school in September 2018.
University of Stirling and Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) Collaborative PhD Research Studentships
The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) will offer a maximum of three (3) research studentships of ten thousand (10,000) euro per year, with fees covered by Stirling Management School, renewable for two more years to qualified students who want to pursue a Ph.D. at University of Stirling Management School. The qualified candidates will conduct research in areas of interest of the School of Management and ATINER. Their research should focus on contemporary Greek Issues. A substantial part of the first year of study will be based at Stirling Management School. The second and third year will involve fieldwork in Greece. The holders of the research studentships will support ATINER's activities (conferences, publication and research) for a maximum of 10 hours per week.
This full time 3 year PhD studentship, starting as soon as possible, and no later than September 2018, is jointly funded by the University of Stirling and by Jim McColl, the Scottish business entrepreneur.
The scholarships provide bursary funding to eligible students studying accountancy or a finance related degree. To date we have awarded £960,000 in bursary funding. The ICAS Foundation is a body that has been established by ICAS (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland) to make a significant difference to academically talented young people by helping them take their first steps into a professional career in accountancy or finance.