Scholarship information for applicants for 2017/18. Please note that the below information is predominantly for 2016-17. Typically the same funding opportunities are available each year but these are not guaranteed. Please keep checking this page for updates.
The AVANGRID Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for masters studies in energy and/or the environment at the University of Edinburgh for the 2017-2018 academic session.
The grants cover full tuition, fees and health insurance and a monthly stipend of £1,200.
The AVANGRID Foundation scholarship program is open to students of US nationality to pursue masters-level work with an emphasis on sustainably energy, energy efficiency and climate-related areas of study, in addition to more specific business areas. The GeoSciences Programmes which may be considered for this Scholarship are:
Applicants should be intending to start a full-time, on-campus masters programme in 2017-2018 . Their chosen programme of study should relate to one of the following subject areas:
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Candidates must have, or expect to obtain, the international equivalent of a UK first class or 2:1 Honours degree at undergraduate level.
To obtain more information or to apply, please visit the AVANGRID Foundation’s website.
The scholarship application deadline is 8:00 a.m. EST 17 February 2017.
The Green Challenge Scholarship is a competition for prospective and current students wishing to pursue a postgraduate degree with the view that it will help lead to the development of a ‘green themed’ business concept.
The competition is a unique funding opportunity offering students the chance to win a scholarship that will help to develop knowledge related to their idea of up to £20,000 to cover their postgraduate degree tuition fees.
The competition is open now and the Deadline for submitting stage 1 is 5pm on Monday 27 March 2017. For further details, please visit the website.
Scholarships are available to UK nationals who are permanently domiciled in Scotland, as well as EU nationals (excluding UK nationals) domiciled in the EU or Scotland but not elsewhere in UK, who have been accepted on an eligible full-time or part-time Master's degree programme.
The Scottish Power Foundation offers scholarships which aim to contribute to the education of young professionals with the capability required to lead the energy industry into the future. Each award covers tuition fees plus a maintenance allowance of £1,200 per month. Awards are make for a maximum duration of one calendar year.
Applications must nationals of the United Kingdom and hold a good undergraduate degree.
The Foundations preferred programmes of study are as follows, however they may consider applications from applicants to other programmes if they have relevant undergraduate experience in areas in key areas such as renewable energy, sustainable energy system, environment, carbon-free technology, emission management, energy efficiency, energy storage, electric vehicles, smart grids, Information and communication technology (ICT), cybersecurity and big data.
Scholarship applications must be made to the Scottish Power Foundation by 13:00 (GMT) on April 7, 2017
The Fundación Iberdrola España offers scholarships which aim to contribute to the education of young professionals with the capability required to lead the energy industry into the future. Each award covers tuition fees plus a maintenance allowance of £1,200 per month. Awards are made for a maximum duration of one calendar year.
Applications must nationals of Spain and hold a good undergraduate degree.
The Fundación's preferred programmes of study are as follows, however they may consider applications from applicants to other programmes if they have relevant undergraduate experience in areas in key areas such as renewable energy, sustainable energy system, environment, carbon-free technology, emission management, energy efficiency, energy storage, electric vehicles, smart grids, Information and communication technology (ICT), cybersecurity and big data.
Scholarship applications must be made to the Fundación Iberdrola España by 13:00 (GMT) on April 7, 2017
The School of GeoSciences is delighted to offer 2 full fee international scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic session and three £5,000 scholarships.
The three scholarships worth £5,000 towards tuition fees are available to applicants of any nationality. The two awards covering full tuition fees are available to applicants who are liable for the overseas rate of fee.
Applications from students studying a full-time taught Masters degree in one of the following eligible subject areas are considered:
All students who have accepted an offer by 14 June 2017 to the programmes listed are eligible to apply.
The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI) is offering two scholarships to prospective postgraduates resident in Greece or Cyprus.
The scholarship is worth £8,000 and will be deducted from tuition fees. The scholarship is tenable for one year for full time MSc students and tenable for three years for PhD full time students subject to satisfactory progress. Part time awards will be pro rata.
Eligible Masters Programmes
Applicants who have already commenced their programme of study on the closing date or studying part-time intermittent or by online distance learning are not eligible for this scholarship.
"Receiving the George David Family scholarship helped me pursue my postgraduate studies at the University of Edinburgh, where I successfully completed an MSc in Ecosystem Services in the School of GeoSciences. It was a great financial relief which allowed me to enjoy even more an interesting course of specialisation in the beautiful city of Edinburgh. I had the opportunity to experience the professionalism of the university’s teaching staff and expand the scope of my knowledge regarding the environment. The George and Kaity David Foundation’s generous support realised my ambition to explore a different scientific discipline coming from a strictly economics academic background."
Panos Pomakis, Scholarship recipient
MSc Carbon Capture and Storage
The University of Edinburgh and the University of Regina have established a C$10,000 scholarship with the support of SaskPower for up to 3 CCS MSc students per year to undertake their dissertation project in Regina. SaskPower are the operators of the world’s first full scale CCS plant, Boundary Dam.
Successful students for this competitive award will be accepted as a Visiting Graduate student at the University of Regina after successfully completing two semesters of the CCS MSc in Edinburgh. An upper second class degree or better in an Engineering discipline will be required for consideration.
Students will be expected to be enrolled full time for the University of Regina Spring/Summer semester with registration completed by May 2017.
SELECTION: Selection of students for the scholarships will be competitive, based on academic performance and previous experience. Selection will be by the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Regina in partnership with the University of Edinburgh. Up to three (3) students per year will be selected. Successful applicants will receive the scholarship only on the condition that they successfully progress to the dissertation stage of the degree.
For more information please contact the MSc Course Director: Dr Mark Wilkinson.
If you’re thinking of starting a master's course on or after 1 August 2016, you could be eligible for a loan from the UK government of up to £10,000.
You may be eligible for this loan if you:
The Master Card Foundation scholarship scheme will fund several African candidates who applied to various MSc programmes in different Schools and Colleges at the University of Edinburgh. These selected MSc programmes include
Deadline = 30 November 2016 at midnight (GMT)
Did you know that if you already have an undergraduate degree from the University of Edinburgh, you may be eligible for a 10% discount on tuition fees?
The Scottish Government announced in January 2017 an increase in postgraduate funding support for eligible Scotland domiciled, England and EU students.
The support will allow eligible Scotland domiciled students access to a loan of up to £10,000 (£5,500 for tuition fees and £4,500 for living costs) and to EU postgraduate students a tuition fee loan of £5,500.
This announcement follows an earlier funding package agreed by the UK Government for UK Nationals who have most recently been resident in England. Eligible students will be able to apply for postgraduate loan support of up to £10,000.