$20,000 Online Masters Scholarship

We all have been trying to go further beyond the lines by earning a Master degree. But often, people are turned off whenever they remember that they will have to quit their job in order to further their education hence they go for the popular alternative to traditional education – online education.

But this time around, it’s not just the online education, but the scholarship attached to this Master degree program offered by the Edinburgh University, UK.

The Edinburgh University, UK, is offering The Prince Albert of Monaco II Foundation Climate Change Masters Scholarships to eligible students from countries across the globe mostly from developing countries.

Edin as it is commonly called was established in 1582 in the city of Edinburgh. Among the oldest school in the English speaking country, it is the sixth. The scholarship is open for all international students who want to pursue their master degree program online. The academic year of this scholarship is 2017/18.

One of the main aim of the institution is to provide good, quality education to its international students via online education. The school’s virtual environment is so realistic and engaging that one can actually learn from home without felling bored for a second.

The scholarship is only for those who want to advance their career by pursuing to earn a Master Degree.

Scholarship Worth

The certificate will cover the full fees of the chosen course of the student. It will last till the duration of the Master Degree course program elapses.

Number of Available Scholarships

There are twenty scholarships available in this position. So I would advise interested applicants to act fast because most people will readily hop on board this scholarship program and everywhere might be filled hence leaving you with no scholarship slot to take home with.

Host Country

The scholarship is offered by the University of Edinburgh, UK, and all scholarship recipient should bear in mind that they can either choose to study on campus or go for the online education option.

Selection Criteria

The scholarship award will be given based on academic merit. Candidate must either hold a 2.1 honors at undergraduate level or a first class degree.

Applicants must also show prove that they have attained a certain standard of oral and written English language in order to have a smooth course experience online or on campus. You might visit the site for more eligibility criteria. (See link below).

Plus, you need to have applied for admission into this institution in order to be considered eligible for this scholarship award.

School Website

http://www.ed.ac.uk/student-funding/postgraduate/e-learning/climate-change

In case of any issue while signing up on their site or any further enquiries, visit http://www.ed.ac.uk/student-systems/support-guidance and drop your complaints, or enquiries.

With an online Master degree program, you can easily earn and learn at the same time without having to stress yourself by travelling, lodging and other stress involved in traditional method of learning.

3 Comments
  1. i realise that the scholarship post date is the 20th August 2017,But it states that applications are no longer accepted.whats really happening?i need any explanation

  2. Appreciate your offers, it\’s very important university, my name is Ahlam shashaa, I am from Syria, unfortunately I couldn\’t apply for scholarships as my country not included, even we are needed like this scholarships specialty in this setuation I hoped to achieve my master at international human law one day at your university that\’s my passion and my dream.
    Best regards
    Ahlam

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