The University of Edinburgh will offer twenty Master’s scholarships for eligible part-time distance learning Master’s programs offered by the University.
Edinburgh is a truly global University, making a contribution to the world, through global partnership, community, and exchange. The University of Edinburgh has always had a commitment to diversity and a community in which students and staff feel valued and welcome.
The University of Edinburgh’s international students now represent 44% of the total community, coming from 180 nations, including more than 4,800 students from the EU. The University of Edinburgh is currently the top UK University for incoming Erasmus+ exchanges and has agreements with over 250 universities across Europe.
The University of Edinburgh is an active member of international networks including Una Europa, the League of European Research Universities (LERU), the Coimbra Group, Eurolife, UNICA, Universitas 21, and the U7 Alliance of over 30 universities from G7 countries.
The University of Edinburgh has stood proudly for 436 years and will continue to be a beacon of excellence, with a determinedly international outlook, for generations to come.
The University of Edinburgh has a network of staff based in Edinburgh and overseas who support the University’s strategic relationships in key regions.
The University of Edinburgh’s community is global, and it recognizes that some risks associated with international engagement are dynamic and growing in complexity. The University of Edinburgh wants to ensure that it can continue to deliver its global engagement in a safe and responsible way. Responsible Global Engagement is about being aware of the potential risks of our international engagements and thinking about what it might do to protect our staff and the University.
International engagement takes on many forms including education partnerships, funding of research, informal academic interactions, overseas visits and international conferences, exchange of data, information, research materials and equipment, hosting of short and long-term visitors, and recruitment of staff and students.
Global engagement is at the heart of what the University of Edinburgh does. The University of Edinburgh’s vision is to make the world a better place and to address tomorrow’s greatest challenges. The University of Edinburgh works without boundaries to build innovative global partnerships for research, teaching, and impact.
- Full tuition fees will be covered by the scholarship.
- Must be commencing any online part-time learning Master’s program offered by the University in session 2023-2024. Open to Students from Africa.
Deadline: June 5, 2023.
Find more opportunities here.
- Applicants must apply for admission to the University of Edinburgh to gain access to the scholarship application system.
- Applicants have to apply through the online scholarship application form located in EUCLID and can be accessed via MyEd. (Available on the apply link)
- When logging in to MyEd, applicants will need their own University User Name and password to apply.
Visit the official page of the Edinburgh Global Online Learning Masters Scholarships 2023 to apply.