The Adam Smith Business School has a number of competitively allocated scholarships for UK and international/EU students commencing full-time postgraduate taught programmes in the 2022/23 academic year.
These scholarships are available for deserving applicants to undertake a full-time postgraduate master’s degree programme with the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School.
The value of awards is as follows:
UK students – £5,000 each
International/ EU students – £7,500 each
Why join Glasgow University?
This University has been changing the world for the better for more than 560 years, making it one of the oldest universities in the English-speaking world.
This University is a place where ambitious people succeed, a place where people make discoveries that change the world.
The Business School is named after Adam Smith, the founder of modern economics. Today we are proud to continue his legacy, and aim to develop enlightened, engaged, and enterprising graduates who are internationally recognised and make a positive impact on culture and society.
What do our scholarships cover?
This Scholarships are available to new students entering the Adam Smith Business School full-time postgraduate taught programmes in 2022/23 and are awarded as a tuition fee discount.
The following degree programmes are eligible for support:
Adam Smith Scholarship (UK)
Adam Smith Scholarship (International)
Entry requirements and how to apply
Successful applicants must demonstrate academic excellence and will typically have a 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, and hold an offer of a place for an eligible full-time postgraduate taught programme.
Applicants holding offers will be automatically assessed for the scholarship based on programme application.
Applicants who are being considered for the scholarship will automatically be notified within six weeks of receiving an offer.
There is no separate application form required.
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Funding applies to:
UK, EU and International students.