March 15, 2015

University of Aberdeen UK Jim Duncan Scholarship for International Undergraduates Students

Jim Duncan Scholarship

Course(s) Offered: All fields
Course Level: Undergraduate
Provider: University of Aberdeen
Country to Study in: Scotland

Scholarship Description
The University of Aberdeen, Scotland's third oldest university, offers the Jim Duncan Scholarship to students of all nationalities.

The Jim Duncan Scholarships are open to applicants who have decided to go to the University of Aberdeen to undertake an undergraduate degree starting in September 2015, and require financial assistance.

University of Aberdeen: Jim Duncan Scholarship

Eligibility
The Jim Duncan Scholarships are open to applicants who have decided to go to the University of Aberdeen to undertake an undergraduate degree starting in September 2015 after having had a break in their education, or who are resuming their undergraduate studies at the University after an interruption, and require financial assistance.

The scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of nationality or fee status.

Applications from medical students would be particularly welcome.

To be considered for a Jim Duncan Scholarship you will need to have applied to the University of Aberdeen for a place starting in September 2015; to be awarded a scholarship you must receive and then firmly accept an offer, either conditional or unconditional, of a place at the University. The scholarships can only be held by students of the University – they cannot be transferred to another institution.

The only exception to the above is if you are resuming your undergraduate studies at the University of Aberdeen after an interruption.

Selection criteria:
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic potential.

Eligible groups
Citizens of ALL countries

Participating Institutions
University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland; UK

Fields of study
Scholarships are available for all full-time undergraduate areas of study, (MA, LLB, BSc, MSci, MChem, MPhys, MEng, BEng, BScEng, MBChB, BD, BTh, BEd, BMus), but not the PGDE or BA education programmes.

Number of awards
There are two Jim Duncan Scholarships available

Sponsorship duration
The scholarships shall initially be awarded for a two year period of the undergraduate course in order to give security to the scholar awarded. Thereafter, the scholar may apply to have the scholarship renewed on an annual basis.

Scholarship benefits
Each scholarship is valued at £1,500 per annum.

Method of Application
To be considered for a Jim Duncan Scholarship you will need to have applied to the University of Aberdeen for a place starting in September 2015. To be awarded a scholarship you must receive and then firmly accept an offer, either conditional or unconditional, of a place at the University.

Please complete the application and reference forms provided on the official website. Guidelines are also provided to help with completing the application form.

As the scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need the Scholarship Panel expects to see supporting documentary evidence and your application is likely to be unsuccessful if this is not provided.

It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) to complete the Application Documents (Jim Duncan Scholarship Application Form 2015) and to access the Guidelines (Jim Duncan Scholarship - Guidelines for Applicants 2015) and Reference Forms (Jim Duncan Scholarship - Confidential Reference 2015).

DEADLINES:
The deadline for submission is 19th of May 2015

PLEASE NOTE:
The University of Aberdeen is a public research university in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It is an ancient university founded in 1495 when William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen, petitioned Pope Alexander VI on behalf of James IV, King of Scots to create King's College.

This makes it Scotland's third-oldest university (after the University of St. Andrews and the University of Glasgow) and fifth-oldest in the English-speaking world.

The university as it is today was formed in 1860 by a merger between King's College (which had always referred to itself as the University of Aberdeen) and Marischal College, a second university founded in 1593 in Aberdeen city centre as a Protestant alternative to King's College.

Application Deadline: 19 May 2015
Open to International Applicants: Yes

More Scholarship Information and Application

Related: List of Scholarships in the UK for International Students

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