Scholarship Description: Applications are open for the students who are originating from German-speaking countries. The University of Glasgow is inviting applications for the Martin Niemöller Scholarship to the eligible students.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support those students in need of financial support at any stage of their degree programme. The scholarships will be available to students coming to Glasgow to study full-time or as part of an exchange programme.
Scholarship Provider: Located in Scotland, the University of Glasgow is a public research university and the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world. Its main campus has been at Gilmore hill in the West End of the city. It served all of these students by preparing them for professions.
Degree Level: Scholarships are available to pursue any degree program
Available Subjects: Scholarships are open to study in any degree program offered by the university.
Scholarship Benefits: The successful candidate will receive the amount worth up to £500.
Eligible Nationalities: The scholarships are open for candidates who are from German-speaking countries. These countries are Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Region Autonoma Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol, and Liechtenstein.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for the scholarship, the applicant must meet the following eligibility criteria:
The scholarships are open for candidates who are from German-speaking countries.
The scholarships are available to students coming to Glasgow to study full-time or as part of an exchange program.
The candidate should be able to demonstrate financial hardship and explain how this award will enable them to complete their studies.
Interested candidates can apply for the scholarships and must attach supporting documents.
To apply for the scholarship, the candidate must download and submit the application form.
Candidate must write a statement of not more than 500 words and send it to [email protected]
For the admission information please contact [email protected]
Deadline: March 15, 2019