Scotland's Saltire Scholarship

Scotland's Saltire Scholarship As one of our Saltire Scholars, you’ll act as an ambassador not only for the Saltire Scholarships programme, but also for Scotland.

Each scholarship will amount to £8,000 and will be tenable for one academic year. The award will be deducted from your tuition fees.

These scholarships are supported and funded by the Scottish Government in partnership with Glasgow Caledonian University

Scholars will be expected to participate in a number of activities throughout the academic year in addition to their course of study, including welcome and end of year events and the promotion of Scotland and Scottish Higher Education.

In order to apply for a Saltire Scholarship candidates must have a conditional or unconditional offer of a place at GCU 

Who can apply

any International student who is a citizen of the following countries and meets the criteria below
  • Canada
  • China 
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • USA
  • Be able to demonstrate that they can meet the costs of living in Scotland and the remaining tuition fees.
  • Not have previously studied for a full undergraduate degree in Scotland.
  • Not have previously received a Saltire Scholarship.
  • Meet the language requirements of the course.

Eligible courses:

The course must be a postgraduate Masters level course in one of the following subject areas:

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Creative industries
  • Healthcare and medical sciences
  • Renewable and clean energy
  • Courses must be full-time and delivered in Scotland. **Online, distance learning are not eligible for the scholarship.

Deadline for completing applications 27 May 2018 

Further information on the eligibility criteria and application process for the Scotland's Saltire Scholarships Scheme is available on the Study in Scotland website.

 

Terms and conditions

See the website  for full terms and conditions in line with the Saltire Scholarship

There is also a Frequently asked questions page that can assist with any questions