Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students at the University of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarships are available to Mathematics students of outstanding ability who have EU/International fee status for the 2022-2023 academic session. Scholarships are awarded to international/EU matriculated applicants who are accepted for full-time admission to an undergraduate degree program offered by the University of Edinburgh School of Mathematics.
The scholarship is not available to students who are already in the program. It is also not available to students studying Mathematics as part of a degree program organized by another School within the University.
Applicants must have applied to the University of Edinburgh through the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS), but do not need to have received an offer to start the scholarship application process.
BASIC ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
This scholarship is competitive and based on academic merit
STRUCTURE AND ACTIVITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
The University of Edinburgh is established by the Universities (Scotland) Acts 1858 to 1966. The Universities (Scotland) Acts make specific provisions for three main bodies in the governance of the University: Court, Senate, and General Counsel.
The University is organized into three faculties (Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and Faculty of Science and Engineering), a Finance Department, and three Professional Services Groups (Corporate Services Group, of Information and Secretary of the University). Group). During the 2019/20 academic year, the University comprised approximately 15,448 staff and 44,510 students, with an annual turnover of £1,120.1 million.
The University educates students from around the world and seeks to attract, develop, reward, and retain the best staff for a world-class teaching and research institution. Many of the University of Edinburgh’s staff work internationally and some are based, or spend a significant amount of their time, working at University facilities abroad.
These international facilities include liaison offices in Chile, China, India, Singapore, and the US, and collaborative ventures (teaching, research, and outreach) in China and India. In March 2020, like others around the world,
We purchase a wide range of goods and services, in accordance with public procurement law and our ethical sourcing policies.
These include construction services and supplies, office furniture and supplies, electronics (computers, audiovisual equipment, telephones, etc.), food and catering supplies, travel services, laboratory supplies (small and large equipment, chemicals, consumables, pharmaceuticals, etc.), books. and printing and waste management services. A large part of our spending is through frameworks established by collaborative consortia, notably Advanced Acquisitions for Universities and Colleges (APUC) and The University Caterers Organization (TUCO).
Our procurement spending during the 2019/20 financial year was £251 million, with thousands of unique suppliers. We awarded 117 regulated public procurement contracts during this period worth £170 million, 67 of which were won by SME contractors. £48m of this spending was raised through collaborative contracts and we spent £55,000 on supported businesses.
What benefits do the Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarships offer?
The scholarships are worth £5,000 per year and are tenable for the duration of the study program, subject to satisfactory academic progress.
a. A student is considered to have made satisfactory progress during each year if there has been a formal school decision of “Progress” or “Conditional Progress,” without the student needing to repeat a year.
b. If a student does not make satisfactory progress during one year of studies, the scholarship will end from that moment.
Macquarie University Evolution of Cognition Ph.D. Scholarship, United Kingdom
Macquarie University Offers Doctoral Scholarship in Evolution of Cognition; for highly qualified international students.
Macquarie University, founded in 1964, offers a wide range of degree-level programs to students from around the world. The candidate will work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary research team at Macquarie University, conducting independent scientific research and completing associated activities under the supervision of senior researchers and academics.
- The scholarship offers an award of full fees and stipends for up to 3.5 years. The candidate is expected to spend half of the scholarship period at the University of St Andrews and the other half at Macquarie University.
- For the period of stay at the University of St Andrews, the scholarship will comprise a full fee allowance and a stipend paid at the current UK Research Council rate (£15,609 each year in 2021-2022).
- For the period of stay at Macquarie University, the scholarship will comprise a stipend (tax-exempt and indexed annually), paid pro-rata. Fees can be found on the Australian Government website. A tuition scholarship will be awarded for the joint enrollment period. Macquarie University will also pay for round-trip coach airfare between Scotland and Australia up to a maximum value of AUD 2,500 to be arranged by the Graduate Research Academy.
- The scholarship does not cover travel expenses, medical insurance, or study materials.
- Eligible course(s): Evolution of cognition.
- To apply: Applicants are required to enter Ph.D. courses at Macquarie University.
- Applicants must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to supervisors at [email protected] . Expressions of interest must include the following documents: CV including publication information; Transcripts of the most relevant/recent titles; Information about the components of the thesis (thesis note, word count, weight/length compared to the general title); Declaration of suitability as a candidate for the project (maximum 500 words)
- Applicants must demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency. For more information, see the English language requirements.