The College operates numerous scholarship schemes funded through University funds, organisations and industrial sponsors.
The Tercentenary International Masters Scholarships Scheme helps outstanding postgraduate taught masters students from outside the United Kingdom and European Community to study in the School of Chemistry by providing for some of the costs of their training.
In 2013, the School of Chemistry celebrated the 300th anniversary of the first chair in Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh. As part of these celebrations the School introduced the Tercentenary International Scholarships Scheme.
The School of GeoSciences is delighted to offer a number of scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic session.
Each scholarship is worth £5,000, to be deducted from your tuition fee, and is tenable for one academic year.
The School of Informatics will offer up to 10 Master's scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic session. Each will have a value of £2,000 and will be tenable for one academic year.
The School of Physics and Astronomy offers up to two Master's scholarships in High Performance Computing for the 2015-2016 academic session.
The School of Biological Sciences is offering 8 awards of £5,000 each for overseas students studying one of 8 eligible Master's programmes.
A number of one year Masters scholarships for international students applying to study in the School of Engineering.
Students in the School can apply for both studentships and teaching scholarships.
The ScottishPower Foundation, in partnership with its Spanish equivalent Fundacion Iberdrola, is offering 17 new post-graduate scholarship grants for the 2014-2015 academic session.
One scholarship is available to a Master's applicant within the College of Science & Engineering. Applicants must be Israeli citizens that have completed an undergraduate degree at an Israeli institution.
The scholarship is intended for students who plan to undertake research in the field of silicon chip design. Research should not be weapons related but rather should be aimed at promoting, protecting and enhancing life. The value of the award is £2,500 and is tenable in the School of Engineering for a maximum of three years.
One scholarship is available to students from Mexico for postgraduate Masters Study at the University of Edinburgh.
These prestigious and competitive awards are intended to attract outstanding students from around the world to study for a PhD. Information is available on their website.
This article was published on Dec 1, 2014