MSc Big Data Technologies Scholarships

GCU are happy to announce that we have funded places from the Data Lab, Scottish Funding Council and the European Social Fund to provide full-fees funding opportunities for MSc Big Data Technologies, for September 2020 start students (Home [Scotland] and EU-students only). 

The scholarship also brings a full year of exciting events run by the Data Lab. The Data Lab programme includes events designed to facilitate networking with students on Data Science courses across Scotland, industry data leaders, professionals and researchers. Events include a cross-university, residential Innovation Challenge; sector specific employability and skills training - and the opportunity to undertake a paid industrial placement in a Scottish business.

ICT skills and Big Data are pervasive across all organisations today and graduates from these programmes will be in high demand moving forward. In truth, there are too many jobs and too few graduates in this area.

Professor Iain Cameron
Dean, School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment

Full fees scholarships for MSc Big Data Technologies are awaiting final confirmation from the Data Lab for September 2019 entry. Scholarships will be awarded based on academic, motivation and financial circumstances.


Applications for the scholarship are now Closed.

Study MSc Big Data Technologies at GCU

The Data Lab Scholarships for MSc Big Data Technologies

Terms and conditions of the Data Lab Scholarship

By completing the application you agree to the following 

Please be advised that this scholarship is administered by Data Lab.

If you're successful in your application then some information will be shared with Data Lab.

This is a condition of scholarship.

  • Your contact details, such as, name and University email address evidence of your qualifications at enrolment, attendance at workshops, modules completed and your final qualification achieved will be provided by the University and shared with The Data Lab, for the purposes of administering the MSc course.
  • The ESF Participant Form which you must complete advises that your data will be used by the University for ‘reporting and monitoring purposes and shared with relevant agencies.’. The ‘relevant agencies’ in this instance are The Data Lab, The Scottish Government including the Scottish Funding Council and The European Union who provide funding through the ESF Developing Scotland’s Workforce Fund.

The scholarship can not be transferred to any other academic session and is applicable to 2020/2021 only.