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The University makes available a generous package of support for UK students from outside of Scotland (i.e. England, Northern Ireland and Wales) to help with travel costs. All 2017 undergraduate applicants from England, Northern Ireland or Wales who are designated as Rest of UK for fee purposes, who make the University of Stirling their Firm choice on UCAS, and who meet the conditions of their offer, will receive a generous Travel Scholarship of £1,000 paid in three instalments: £500 in Year 1, and £250 in Years 2 and 3. In addition, these students are offered a guaranteed place in University-managed accommodation during their first year.
The University of Stirling is offering any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent) a £2,000 scholarship to study full-time on any taught Masters course. The award is offered on a pro-rata basis for students on part-time study.
The University of Stirling provides the ideal environment for talented athletes to develop and flourish in their chosen sport, providing expert support and a comprehensive collection of world-class facilities set on our scenic campus. Our International Sports Scholarship Programme is one of the largest high performance sports programmes in the UK and has supported more than 700 student athletes since its inception in 1981, sending athletes to Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games.
These scholarships are part of the largest high performance sports programme in the UK, supporting more than 700 student athletes since its inception in 1981, sending athletes to Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games.
This award offers a fee waiver of £1,000 for the first year and £500 for years two, three and four to every student from Vietnam studying for a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate (taught or research) degree.
Winning Students is Scotland's national sports scholarship programme supporting students competing in high performance sport. In member colleges and universities across Scotland, some of the most talented young athletes - including Olympians, Commonwealth competitors and senior internationalists - are combining their studies and their sport. Recognising this dedication and determination, Winning Students supports selected athletes with scholarships of up to £5,500 each year, which can be invested in a range of services. Across core sports and through Individual Scholarships, the scholarships now support more than 150 student athletes.
The University of Stirling is eligible to certify loan applications for the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP).
If you are from one of the Commonwealth countries (not the Commonwealth of Independent States) you may be eligible for this scheme. Awards are usually made for taught postgraduate programmes and research programmes. Scholarships normally cover tuition fees, travel and living expenses for up to three years.
Chevening Scholarships are the UK government's global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The programme makes awards to outstanding scholars with leadership potential from around the world to study postgraduate courses at universities in the UK. The Scholarships are awarded to outstanding Scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year Master's degree.
Set up by Aviva in partnership with 11 universities, the Aviva Scholarship aims to support outstanding students to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate education in the UK, and to experience life and culture in the place we call home.
If you have the talent, ability and drive to study for a postgraduate degree at the University of Stirling, we want to ensure 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 are available to eligible Scottish and EU-domiciled students undertaking full and part-time postgraduate study on specific courses.
For 2018 entry, students from England, Northern Ireland and Wales who successfully progress to their fourth year of study at Stirling will be awarded an Honours Year Scholarship covering the full cost of the tuition fees in their final year.
The University of Stirling is offering one Fee Waiver to a Syrian applicant who holds an offer of a place on any Postgraduate Masters course for entry in 2017/8.
Students accepted for an undergraduate degree course at a Scottish University in Accountancy or Finance and who are a recipient (or will receive) the SAAS Young Students Bursary, can apply for a bursary of up to £2,500 per annum. In addition they will be eligible for mentor support and the possibility of an internship in year 3 of their degree programme.
The University of Stirling is offering one Fee Waiver to a Palestinian applicant who holds an offer of a place on any Postgraduate Masters course for entry in 2017/18.
The University of Stirling is part of a consortium, the AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scotland (AHRC DTP Scotland), which has been awarded funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to support postgraduate studentships and training in the Arts and Humanities.
The University of Stirling is offering a funded PhD Studentship in collaboration with Historic Environment Scotland (HES). The studentship provides costs of Home/EU fees and student maintenance (at AHRC rates) for 3 years of PhD study. International students are welcome to apply, but will be liable for the difference between Home and International fees. The successful candidate will be expected to commence study on 1 January 2018.
The John Robert Hamilton Memorial Scholarship is available to give financial support to postgraduate students taking their History Masters degree at the University of Stirling. The annual scholarship of £1,000 is, in the words of the donor Ruth Wright, intended to ‘help to relieve the financial pressures, which make academic life so difficult.’
Students undertaking an undergraduate degree at a Scottish University, who were born in Scotland, have a parent born in Scotland or who have at least two years of secondary education in Scotland, may apply to the Carnegie Trust for a vacation scholarship.
The Scottish Graduate School of Social Science is the UK's largest facilitator of funding, training and support for doctoral students in social science. By combining the expertise of sixteen universities across Scotland, the school facilitates world-class PhD research. The school is funded jointly by the Economic and Social Research Council and the Scottish Funding Council. The Faculty of Health Sciences and sport is able to offer potential studentships to students wishing to complete a; PhD, +3 Year Studentships (36 Months), or Masters in Research and PhD, 1+3 Year Studentships (48 Months). Details of award types are available here
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.
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