Fully-funded Glenmore Postgraduate Scholarship is open to international students offered by the University of Edinburgh Glenmore in the 2022-2023 academic session.
- The Glenmore Postgraduate scholarship will cover the total cost of tuition for the duration of the program.
- Candidates have a variety of enrollment alternatives.
- Opportunity to operating in a variety of settings.
- Science Communication and Public Engagement (MSc Online Program)
- Cardiovascular Biology (MSc by Research)
- Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (MSc Online Learning)
- Reproductive Sciences (MSc by Research)
- Medical Sciences (MMedSci by Research) (Full-time)
- Human Anatomy (MSc)
- Trauma and Orthopedics (Online Learning) (ChM) (Part-time)
- Urology (Online Learning) (ChM) (Part-time)
- Science Communication and Public Engagement (MSc) (Full-time)
- Global Health and Infectious Diseases (Online Learning) (MSc)
- MSc by Research Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Repair – 1 Year (Full-Time)
- General Surgery (Online Learning) (ChM) (Part-time)
- Integrative Neuroscience (MSc by Research) (Full-time)
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Online Learning) (MSc) (Part-time)
- Restorative Dentistry (Online Learning) (MSc) – 3 Years (Part-Time)
- Biomedical Sciences (Life Sciences) (MSc by Research)
- Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (Online Learning) (ChM)
- Patient Safety and Clinical Human Factors (Online MSc) – 3 Years (Part-time)
- Clinical Ophthalmology (Online Learning) (ChM) – 2 Years (Part-time)
- Clinical Management of Pain (Online Learning) (MSc) – 3 Years (Part-time)
- Internal Medicine (Online Learning) (MSc) (Part-time)
- Data Science for Health and Social Care (Online Learning) (MSc) – 3 Years (Part-time)
- Epidemiology (Online Learning) (MSc) – (Part-time)
- Critical Care (Online Learning) (MSc) – (Part-time)
- Public Health (MPH) (Full Time)
- Master of Public Health (MPH) (Online Learning) (Part-time)
- Clinical Trials (Online Learning) (MSc) – 3 years (Part-time)
- Family Medicine (MFM) (Online Learning) – 3 Years (Part-time)
- Primary Care Ophthalmology (Online Learning) (MSc) – 3 years (Part-time)
- Surgical Sciences (Online Learning) (MSc) (Part-time)
- Clinical Education (Online Learning) (MSc) (Part-time)
Eligibility Criteria :
- applicants must be accepted for admission to one of the eligible Human Medical programs for the 2022-2023 academic year.
- Candidates from Africa are especially encouraged
- Candidates must have an offer letter for the University of Edinburgh and must have accepted or be planning to accept that offer.
- After completing their studies, scholarship recipients will continue to work in countries that benefit the most from their additional medical education.
- Candidates must also submit a personal statement (3500 characters’ maximum) that answers the following questions:
- What specific elements of this program attracted the University of Edinburgh?
- How can completing this degree at the University of Edinburgh help you advance your career and personal goals?
- What will the candidate be able to contribute to the neighborhood, region, or country if they complete this program at the University of Edinburgh?
- Candidates must currently reside in one of the countries included on the DAC List of ODA Recipients to be eligible to report on aid in 2021
|Cape Verde||The central African Republic||Chad|
|Comoros||Congo (Democratic Republic)||Congo (Peoples Republic)|
|Djibouti||East Timor (Timor-Leste)||Egypt|
|Rwanda||Sao Tome and Principe||Senegal|
|Seychelles||Sierra Leone||Solomon Islands|
|Somalia||South Africa||South Sudan|
- Academic excellence
- the strength of a personal statement
- Applicants must have applied for admission to the University of Edinburgh.
- Please note that, following the submission of an application for admission, it can take up to ten working days for all system checks to be completed and for access to be granted.
- The online scholarship application form is located in EUCLID and can be accessed via the MyEd web-based information portal at https://www.myed.ed.ac.uk
- When logging in to MyEd, you will need your University User Name and password. If you require assistance, please go to http://www.ed.ac.uk/student-systems/support-guidance