The prospective students of Glasgow University are now invited to apply the Sir Fitzroy Maclean Scholarships. To be eligible, he or she should be coming from one those countries; Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. Those are selected will receive benefits of £4500 per person.
The University of Glasgow is pleased to award 2 Sir Fitzroy Maclean Postgraduate scholarships. Sir Fitzroy Maclean was a Scottish soldier, author and politician. Awarded an Honorary degree of DLitt from the University in 1969, Sir Fitzroy Maclean had a long relationship with the University before he died in 1996. In 1997 a scholarship with respect to Sir Fitzroy’s interests and passions, and lecture series were created in his memory.
Each of the scholarship recipients will receive up to £4500.
Level and Area of Studies
Postgraduate degree in all subjects available at the host institution.
Place of Study
At Glasgow University, U.K
Eligibility and Criteria
The main requirement of this scholarship is that the candidates should hold an offer to study at the chosen postgraduate course. Please note, the award is for one year and must be used in the year of the award; it cannot be deferred or transferred
Candidates should be the citizen of one the following countries: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro.
There is no separated application form. To apply, you only need to apply the admission for the eligible courses.
- Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 December will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 December
- Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 March will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 March
- Applicants holding a programme offer by 1 June will receive their scholarship outcome by 16 June