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Scholarships at Glasgow Caledonian University

Scholarships at Glasgow Caledonian University

Country: Scotland
City: Glasgow
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Glasgow Caledonian University offers New to Glasgow Caledonian University Scholarships to international students in order to support their pathway of higher education in the United Kingdom. This scholarship aims to encourage students from overseas countries outside the European Union to choose Glasgow Caledonian University. Furthermore, applicants must be applying for a full-time study load on undergraduate courses to be eligible for this award.

Funding/Financial Aid

The New to Glasgow Caledonian University Scholarships is funded. Moreover, this scholarship worths up to £4,000 over 4 years. The successful recipient undergraduate student will receive £1,000 towards their first annual fees; £1,000 for each subsequent year of their degree.


This scholarship is available only to self-funded undergraduate international students. But however, candidates must have applied for an undergraduate course at Glasgow Caledonian University to take part in the scholarship assessment. The recipient will receive the fee discount on the offer on his/her chosen course, and at the time of invoicing for each subsequent year of your degree if the applicant meets the criteria above.

Students can receive only one scholarship or award for tuition fees.

If candidates have any questions and queries then the university recommends applicants to seek assistance from Glasgow Caledonian scholarship advisor Andrea Butler on +44 141 331 8770 or email [email protected].

Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University  (informally GCU, Caledonian or Caley) is a public university in Glasgow, Scotland.). The University traces its origin from The Queen’s College, Glasgow (founded 1875) and the Glasgow Polytechnic (founded 1971). The Queen’s College, which specialized in providing training in domestic science; received the Royal accolade of being named after Queen Elizabeth in its centenary celebrations in 1975. Queen Elizabeth was herself, Patron of the College since 1944. Glasgow Polytechnic, which was one of the largest central institutions in Scotland to externally acceptable degrees and diplomas in engineering, science, and the humanities: the first of which was a BA in Optics, and then degrees in Social Sciences (1973) and Nursing (1977).

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Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Open toInternational Students
OrganizerGlasgow Caledonian University
Contact the organizer[email protected]



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