Outstanding applicants who demonstrate a high level of both drive and talent may be selected to receive the David MacLennan MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarship, which contributes £9,000 toward the recipient’s education costs.
About the Scholarship:
Both the Glasgow School of Cookery and the West End School of Cookery laid the groundwork for what would later become Glasgow Caledonian University when they opened their doors in 1875 and 1878, respectively (GCU). Following their merger in 1908, the two schools were known together as the Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science. The previous name of Queen’s College, Glasgow was changed in 1975. First established in 1971 as Glasgow College of Technology, Glasgow Polytechnic came into being in 1991 after its predecessor. The Queen’s College and Glasgow Polytechnic merged to form Glasgow Caledonian University on April 1st, 1993. The university is now known as Glasgow Caledonian University.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is one of the largest and most vibrant institutions in Scotland. The university’s cutting-edge campus is home to more than 20,000 students, who represent more than 100 different countries. In addition, it maintains participation in the Florence Network and the Talloires Network
The Glasgow Caledonian University campus is located in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland, and has a variety of attractions in addition to its world-class infrastructure. The university library, which provides access to more than 270,000 books, 350 open-access PCs, and a huge variety of online resources including databases, ebooks, journals, and more, is located in the Saltire Centre, which is a major highlight of the campus and is also the building that houses the library. The GCU Vision Center can be found in the Govan Mbeki Health Building on the main campus. In addition, the GCU Clinic and the ARC Gym are important parts of the campus. The exceptional living and dining facilities ensure that each and every student has an unforgettable experience here. Caledonian Court is a residence hall that has been recently renovated, and it can accommodate more than 600 students. Both the Refectory and the other cafes on campus offer food that is both delicious and good for you. The second site of the institution is in London, and it is here that the British School of Fashion can be found. In addition, Glasgow Caledonian New York College is a partner institution that may be found in the SoHo district of New York City.
GCU’s postgraduate and undergraduate programs cover a wide range of academic disciplines, including nursing, midwifery, management, law, renewable energy, construction, education, social science, and media, to name just a few examples of these areas of study. The university maintains relationships with a large number of universities located all over the world, including those in the countries of China, India, North America, South America, Oman, and Bangladesh. These partnerships make it possible for students to participate in meaningful study abroad and exchange programs. Within the first six months after graduation, virtually all of the university’s alumni are either continuing their studies at another institution or finding work in their field.
More than 128,000 graduates of Grand Canyon University come from more than 140 different countries. Some of these alums have achieved widespread notoriety. Kevin Bridges is a well-known stand-up comedian, and he is also the host of a famous television show called “Kevin Bridges: What’s the Story?” An outstanding political scientist, Michael Keating serves as Director of the Center for Constitutional Change and is a member of the Center for Constitutional Change. Andy Kerr, a Scottish politician, was substantially responsible for the activities that led to the establishment of Scotland’s ban on smoking in public places. Gordon MacDonald represents the Scottish National Party in the Scottish Parliament as a member of that party (SNP). Drew McIntyre is a Scotsman while he’s in the ring competing. Eunice Olumide is her name, and she is an established actress in addition to being a fashion model. The university is also responsible for the education of a lot of well-known people in the world.
Caledonian Court is an on-campus residence hall with 660 rooms that can accommodate anywhere from six to eight people at a time and is available to serve as housing for international students. The vast majority of the hotel’s 340 rooms are singles, and only a few of them are twins, making it the most cost-effective accommodation choice in Scotland. Private en-suite amenities are provided in all of the rooms. The city center can be reached on foot in a matter of minutes, along with the gymnasium, campus stores, health and fitness center, and several coffee shops and campus stores that are located in the immediate area.
According to the Office for National Statistics, Glasgow is one of the top five most visited cities in the United Kingdom. It is also the largest city in Scotland and is home to the highest concentration of students in the country. In addition to being one of the liveliest cities in Europe, Glasgow also features a rich cultural scene, a robust arts community, a diversity of retail alternatives, and a number of festivals that are on par with the best in the world. According to Frommer’s and Condenaste Travel Guides, this destination ranks as one of the best in all of Europe and as one of the top two in the United Kingdom.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU)
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £9,000
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: International Students
- The scholarship contributes £9,000 toward the recipient’s education expenses.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- You need to do the following in order to be eligible for this scholarship:
- Before submitting this application, you must have already applied for a spot in the Master of Arts in Television Fiction Writing program, and you must give documentation of this below.
Required Forms and Documents for the Application
- You are required to attach:
- A copy of your most recent CV, which should include a history of your career and academic accomplishments.
- A piece of writing that was submitted by you as part of the application process for the program. The maximum number of pages that can be included in this submission is nine.
- You are free to attach:
- In support of your application, please provide references.
- Documents pertaining to finances that support your claim under the Economic Need section
Students are awarded these scholarships in remembrance of the tragic events that occurred in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics and their honors students in October of 2002. These events took place at the department. It is thanks to the work of the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics, as well as the support of a large number of persons, including graduates of the institution, that we are able to award some of these scholarships.
The Glasgow Caledonian University MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarship 2022 is open to all International Students
Go to the GCU website for further information.
The application process for Glasgow Caledonian University MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarship 2022 is currently opened.