The University of Glasgow has a scholarship opportunity for the spring 2024 intake.

The University of Glasgow has been changing the world since 1451. They are a world top 100 university and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities. Past graduates of the university include eight Nobel Laureates, two UK Prime Ministers, three First Ministers of Scotland, 10 Fellows of the Royal Society and 11 Fellows of the British Academy.

They believe that everyone should have fair access to education and have a long tradition of helping talented people to fulfil their ambitions, regardless of their background or circumstances. Their University of Sanctuary status recognises the safe and welcoming environment they provide for refugees and asylum seekers.

University of Glasgow scholarships for spring 2024

The University of Glasgow is offering 20 scholarships for up to £20,000:

  • £5,000 for your pathway course at Glasgow International College.
  • An extra £5,000 for every year of your undergraduate study at the University of Glasgow (up to three years).

Scholarship eligibility

You will be eligible for this scholarship if you:

  • Have an unconditional offer for a Foundation Certificate at Glasgow International College
  • Are due to start your Foundation Certificate in January 2024
  • Are due to progress to a University of Glasgow degree in September 2024
  • Are a permanent resident outside mainland China

Selection will be based on academic merit, and the top 20 students with the highest academic achievements will be awarded this exceptional scholarship opportunity. This scholarship is only available for Spring 2024.

If you hold a conditional offer instead but are otherwise eligible, you'll find any conditions you need to meet on your offer letter. Once you have an unconditional offer, you can apply for this scholarship.

You can apply here.

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