The Glenmore Medical Scholarship is available to students who wish to attend the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, to study medicine full-time for one academic year. The scholarship will pay for the student’s full tuition requirements for the whole term of the study program.
Applicants who are successful in having their applications accepted for the academic year 2023-2024 on one of the qualified Human Medical programs listed will be the recipients of the scholarships. Students from Africa are encouraged to apply for the Glenmore Medical Postgraduate Scholarship because they are specifically encouraged to do so.
About the Scholarship Provider:
It was founded in 1096, making it the earliest municipal establishment in the history of the English-speaking world and the sixth-oldest university in the United Kingdom. It was the first continental group ever formed in Europe. The Institute of Edinburgh is located in the heart of Scotland’s capital city. More than 44,000 students are currently enrolled at the University’s five campuses in and around the city. Some of the world’s finest collections of art, books, manuscripts, musical instruments, geological samples, anatomical models, and rare printing materials can be found in these establishments. If a first-year student does not have a place to reside in Edinburgh, they will receive a housing offer from the University of Edinburgh.
Over 25 hotels and other types of accomodation may be found in close proximity to Edinburgh’s main bus and train terminal. About two kilometers from the city’s core, Pollock Hall offers lodging for 1,900 guests and provides food service on-site. Visitors can take advantage of the public restrooms or their own private stalls. Apartments and dormitories are located all across the city, providing students with even more options. Apartments can be located in many different neighborhoods and can accommodate up to six people. At the start of each school year, the University of Edinburgh offers its students a free housing consultancy service to help them find affordable, private housing.
The majority of their research (83%) is regarded as either world-leading or internationally significant, and they have won the prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Award five times in the last few years. More than 500 businesses have been started with the help of the company’s commercial service since 1967. Almost 26,000 undergraduates and 15,000 graduate students attend Edinburgh University, and the vast majority are not British. These children should make the most of the school’s excellent curriculum and learning resources. The university’s innovative online master’s programs have revolutionized postgraduate education for aspiring surgeons, earning the school a Queen’s Anniversary Award in 2013. When it came to offering MOOCs to students in the UK and worldwide, this university was an early adopter. (MOOCs). Universities are often the first to experiment with new methods of teaching. Being an employer of over 15,000 employees, with 36% of those being international academics, the University of Glasgow is in a position to have a large, lasting, and socially responsible effect on Scotland, the United Kingdom, and the rest of the globe.
The university’s Institute for Cardiovascular Science received the Queen’s Anniversary Award in 2015 for its lifesaving work in the field of coronary heart disease research, which led to the development of new medicines and guidelines that significantly lowered mortality rates. The success of the Center’s efforts to reduce such expenditures led to this acknowledgment. This illustrious establishment has been at the forefront of education, innovation, and creativity for decades. The university-affiliated Roslin Institute is widely regarded as a pioneer in the subject, and is led by Professor Peter Higgs, who developed the Higgs boson theory and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2013. In 2013, Professor Higgs was honored with the Nobel Prize in Physics. In a recent evaluation, research conducted at British universities was found to be 38% world-leading and 45% internationally good. The entire city of Edinburgh has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Scotland’s government is headquartered in Edinburgh.
The city has been referred to as the “Athens of the North” since the 18th century, a nickname based on its historical and cultural significance. A good example of eco-friendly urban planning in Europe. The University of Edinburgh is an essential part of the city since it helps preserve its established culture and atmosphere. Edinburgh has been voted “Best City in the UK” by readers of the Observer, Condé Nast Traveler, and the Guardian every year since 2001. Condé Nast Traveler also named it the best city in the world. Edinburgh’s convenient location in relation to other major cities in the United Kingdom and beyond ensures that the victor will have no trouble reaching the city.
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Edinburgh
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
- The scholarship will pay for the student’s full tuition requirements for the whole term of the study programe
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Eligibility for Scholarship.
- The applicants who are successful in having their applications accepted for the academic year 2022-2023 on one of the qualified Human Medical programs indicated will be the recipients of the scholarships.
- Students from Africa are encouraged to apply for the Glenmore Postgraduate Scholarship because they are specifically encouraged to do so.
- The University of Edinburgh must already have extended an offer of enrollment to the applicant, and they must have either definitively accepted that offer or have every intention of doing so.
- Candidates are required to have their primary residence in one of the eligible countries, which may be found on the DAC List of ODA Recipients for Reporting 2022–2023 Flows document (oecd.org)
- The recipient of the scholarship will be chosen based on both their academic merit and the quality of the personal statement they submit. Applicants are required to either already possess or anticipate obtaining the foreign equivalent of a first-class honors degree in the UK.
- In addition to this, candidates are required to contribute a personal statement in which they respond to each of the following questions using no more than 3,500 characters total:
- What unique aspects of this program at the University of Edinburgh piqued your interest in attending that institution?
- How would your successful completion of this program at the University of Edinburgh enhance both your professional development and your overall growth as a person?
- What positive contributions will you be able to make to your local community, region, or country once you have successfully completed this degree at the University of Edinburgh?
The University of Edinburgh 2023 Glenmore Medical Scholarship for African Students is open to all International Students
If a student enrolls in one of the degree programs offered by SOAS University of London, they may be eligible to receive a fee waiver award in the amount of £5,000. This award is available to students who are interested in receiving a degree from SOAS University of London.
- Are you interested, and do you qualify? To submit your application, please visit the University of Edinburgh’s website at www.myed.ed.ac.uk.
- Applicants need to demonstrate that they are serious about attending the University of Edinburgh by submitting an application for admission before they may use the scholarship application system. Please be aware that after submitting an application for admission, it may take up to five working days for all system checks to be finished and for access to be granted. This is something that should be taken into consideration.
- You are going to need both your University User Name and your password in order to log in to MyEd.
The application deadline for the University of Edinburgh 2023 Glenmore Medical Scholarship for African Students is June 1, 2023.