- AHRC Scholarships
- ESRC Scholarships
- Alumni Memorial Scholarship
- Anthropology with Art, Architecture and Design
- Anthropology on Emerging Indigineities
- Britain's Railways in the Great War 1914-1918
- CASS Career Development Scholarship Scheme
- Other Funding Opportunities
- Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan
- Scottish Government Postgraduate Taught Scholarships
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. All applicants must have been offered a place of study on a graduate programme in the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Aberdeen (including the Schools of Business, Divinity, History & Philosophy, Education, Language & Literature, Law, Social Science and interdisciplinary topics offered within the College).
2. All College scholarships are open to UK/EU Students and International Students. AHRC and ESRC scholarships are open to UK and EU nationals. Please see AHRC Guide to Student Eligibility and ESRC Eligibility for studentship funding for full details.
3. All applicants will be expected to start in September/October 2013.
4. New scholarships cannot be used to extend existing scholarships.
5. For PhD study, we would normally expect that applicants hold a first class Honours degree plus a relevant Masters degree. Qualifications that have been attained from outside the UK will need to be equated to the UK Honours degree standard.
6. For Master's Study, we would normally expect that applicants hold a first class Honours degree. Qualifications that have been attained from outside the UK will need to be equated to the UK Honours degree standard.
The College Selection Panel reserves the right to deal as it thinks fit with applications of an unusual character.
Current University of Aberdeen employees are not eligible to apply for scholarships.
No award may be considered as definite until the College has sent the candidate formal confirmation of the offer and it has been signed and returned by the student.
Appeals may not be made against the academic judgement of the College Selection Panel. The sole ground on which an appeal may be made is one of improper procedure.
Appeals against a decision should be made to the College Registrar who will consult with a sub-committee of the College Executive. In any matter of discretion, the ruling of the sub-committee is final.
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