Details about University and external scholarships and studentships for postgraduate study.
88 Postgraduate scholarships of £1,200 to £1,400 are available for the 2013-2014 academic session here at Moray House School of Education (University of Edinburgh).
All scholarships are available to UK and EU nationals who have already been accepted, or have applied for a Postgraduate degree programme in one of the following subjects offered by the University:
|Full-time programmes||No. of scholarships|
|MSc Community Education||15|
|MSc Dance Science and Education||4|
|MSc Inclusive and Special Education||8|
|MSc Performance Psychology||10|
|MSc Physical Activity for Health||8|
|MSc Strength and Conditioning||14|
|Part-time programmes||No. of scholarships|
|MSc Community Education||8|
|MEd Additional Support for Learning||1|
|Online Distance Learning MSc/PgDip/PgCert||No. of scholarships|
|Digital Education (September 2013)||10|
|Digital Education (January 2014)||10|
Scholarships cover a significant proportion of the student fees.
Although the scholarships will be awarded largely on the basis of academic merit, students with degrees of lower academic standing (e.g. under 2.1), but with considerable work experience in the area of study are also encouraged to apply. In cases where academic merit is equal consideration of prior experience and references will be considered.
The scholarships are available to UK and EU Nationals who have been accepted on to one of the Postgraduate programmes listed above.
Details of how to apply and deadlines for application are through the following link:
We are delighted to announce that the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) will be offering 20 scholarships of £7,500 (full academic fees) for our 'Outdoor Education' and 'Outdoor Environmental and Sustainability Education' MSc programmes.
Although the scholarships will be awarded largely on the basis of academic merit, students with degrees of lower academic standing (e.g. under 2.1), but with considerable work experience in the outdoor education and sustainability sectors are also encouraged to apply.
The scholarships are available to Scottish, Scottish domiciled, and EU students who have been accepted on to one of the two MSc programmes. The application deadline is May 1, 2013. Note that additional Professional Development Programme costs are not included in the scholarship.
More information about eligibility and how to apply can be found on our ''UK/EU Master's Scholarships' page:
Details about the programmes:
The university also offers 15 scholarships which are available to UK/EU students who have already been accepted onto a full-time Master's degree programme. The scholarships will cover the UK/EU tuition fees up to £6050. This amount is deducted from the tuition fee and is tenable for one academic year.
Find further information about this through the following link:
A summary of doctoral awards can be found through the following link.
This article was published on Apr 15, 2013