- Scholarships information
The Divinity department at the University of Aberdeen offers a 10% tuition fee discount for students of our affiliated institutions who apply, and are admitted, to work towards a research programme in any of the sub-disciplines of Divinity as resident students on our campus. The 10% discount is valid for the duration of the supervised study only; writing up costs are the responsibility of the student.
James Legge Graduate Scholarship
Divinity School of Ching Chi College
John Stuart Blackie Graduate Scholarship
Duke Divinity School
John Erskine Graduate Scholarship
Fuller Theological Seminary
James Aitken Wylie Graduate Scholarship
Graduate Theological Union
George Wishart Graduate Scholarship
Princeton Theological Seminary
William Robinson Clark Graduate Scholarship
Regent College, and
Toronto School of Theology
Henry Scougal Graduate Scholarship
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
John Turnbull Thomson Graduate Scholarship
Trinity Theological College
Robert Ferguson Graduate Scholarship
Union Theological Seminary
Gilbert Burnett Graduate Scholarship
University of Virginia
Robert and Ruth Rapske Graduate Scholarship
Northwest Seminary in Canada
Applicants must be of outstanding academic merit and potential for independent research, as evidenced by the candidate’s academic record, prior qualifications, proposal and references. Selection will be based on this evidence and upon the strength of the proposed engagement with the advertised research project.
Applicants must hold, or expect to hold prior to commencement of studies, an undergraduate degree at UK first class or 2:1 honours level, or the international equivalent. It is preferable but not a requirement that you hold a Masters relevant to your chosen area of study.
- Before you apply
Before applying, contact a potential supervisor within the field you are interested in (more information about the various sub-disciplines and staff members, along with their areas of speciality, can be found here). This is an opportunity to discuss your research interests, whether the person you contact would be the best supervisory option, and how you intend to frame your research proposal.
- Application process
You must include a detailed research proposal (1000-1500 words) which sets out your anticipated research topic, degree transcripts and certificates, and be supported by two academic references. Further guidance on the research proposal may be found here.
You should mark your application with the name of the scholarship you are applying for in the Intended Source of Funding field.
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