2022 Postgraduate Engineering Scholarship Awards for International Students in UK at GCU

The deadline for submitting an application for this scholarship is June 30, 2022.
The application procedure will begin on the 30th of April, 2022, and will continue until the end of the year.
The School of Computing and Engineering at Glasgow Caledonian University is pleased to announce the availability of Engineering Postgraduate scholarships for the 2022/23 academic session, in order to help young applicants realize their ambitions of pursuing their Postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom.

With a ranking of 601st in the World University Rankings published by Times Higher Education, Glasgow Caledonian University is a public research university with the mission of providing a structure to support the delivery of world-leading research, increased business development, and the expansion of our international networks.

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GCU is well-known for providing exceptional student support services that allow students to be creative and imaginative in their learning environments. It is the goal of GCU to foster in its students the creativity and curiosity that will allow them to achieve their greatest potential while also being a part of a larger movement for change.

Scholarships for Postgraduate Engineering Students: Selection Criteria
The applicants must be international fee-paying students who have applied for and received an offer for a full-time program at GCU that meets their qualifications.
The applicants must be students who are self-supporting.
Programs that are currently available include:
MSc Applied Data Science in Engineering, MSc Advanced Internetworking Engineering, MSc Applied Instrumentation and Control, MSc Electrical Power Engineering, or MSc Mechanical Engineering are all options for students pursuing an MSc in engineering.

Benefits of Applying: Students are needed to submit an application for admission using the university’s online portal. All eligible students who apply will be considered automatically, regardless of where they live.

In order to be considered for admission, candidates should possess an honours 2:2 in engineering, physical sciences, computer/information technology or another comparable discipline from the United Kingdom (or its foreign equivalent).

Documents in Support of the Proposal:
a statement of the objectives
a letter of recommendation
Certificates of completion in academic and professional fields
Transcripts of academic work

Requirements in terms of language:
The following English language competence examinations must be completed and submitted by the students:
IELTS score of 6.0
Benefits of Applying: The successful recipients of this scholarship will receive a £4,000 reduction in the tuition cost for the applied postgraduate program at Glasgow Caledonian University.