The University of Stirling is pleased to announce international scholarships for postgraduate students pursuing MSc in Investment Analysis. Furthermore, the scholarship is supported by Karen Napier Charity and the University of Stirling Management School in memory of Karen, a graduate of the MSc in Investment Analysis.
Royal charter in 1967 found the University of Stirling as a public university. The university attracts students from a wide range of backgrounds. Further, more than 14,000 part-time and full-time students had enrolled in the 2016/17 academic year. Stirling has international degree programme partnerships in China with Hebei Normal University, Singapore with Singapore Institute of Management, Oman, and Vietnam. The university has two other Scottish campuses – in Inverness and Stornoway.
Moreover, the University of Stirling provides up to £15,950 scholarships for international as well as domestic students pursuing MSc in Investment Analysis.
The Karen Napier Charity and the University of Stirling Management School generously fund two Scholarships in memory of Karen. International students graduating in MSc in Investment Analysis will receive the scholarships. Each scholarship will meet the course tuition fees and will also provide a maintenance award of £3,500.
The scholarships are on the basis of academic merit and the strength of the personal statement.
Applicants must fulfill all the eligibility criteria before applying for the scholarship. Further, applicants need to submit the completed application form ensuring that all sections are answered legibly. Also, you need to provide a statement of up to 700 words outlining why a scholarship would help you, and what your career or educational aims are for the five year period after you graduate from the Investment Analysis course. Finally, applicants must submit their application along with their statement via email before the deadline.
Applicants must submit all the scholarship application form along with the statement by no later than 31 May 2019. Applications arriving later than the deadline will be rejected.