University of Glasgow School of Computing Science International 2021/2022
The University of Glasgow has introduced the International Excellence Awards for the academic year 2021/2022 To attract academically exceptional students with high tech skills and provide them with intellectually demanding and industry-informed education.
This scholarship application is available to international and EU country national students to help them pursue an MSc program offered at the University of Glasgow. 10 applicants will be given this award of £10,000.
About The University.
The University of Glasgow is a public research university in Glasgow, Scotland. The University of Glasgow is ranked 84th among the Best Universities in the world. The institution aims to enhance its position as one of the world’s great, broad-based, research-intensive universities.
The university was founded in 1451 by a bull of Pope Nicholas V on the petition of King James II of Scotland. From 1460, lands granted by Lord Hamilton on High Street formed the site of the university until its removal to the west end of Glasgow in 1870/71.
Over the years the institution has constantly worked towards pushing the boundaries possible for its students.
Why choose to study at the University of Glasgow?
The University of Glasgow is recognized for its world-leading research expertise in the history of art, veterinary medicine, cancer studies, accounting, and finance and is an illustrious member of the Russell Group of Institutions.
Choosing to study at the University of Glasgow means walking in the footsteps of a great renowned innovative scientist like Adam Smith.
The university has been named Scottish University of the Year in The Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022
At the University of Glasgow, their Masters’s program follows a well-set structure which is usually run over the period of 12 months.
Graduates of the university are usually highly recommended both in the United Kingdom and overseas
The University of Glasgow has over 29,000 students from over the world and they also have a community of over 219000 alumni
The university is both a research and teaching institution. They are deeply committed to research and cultural learning preparing their students to serve the common good
The University of Glasgow inspires and empowers the students to prepare them for their chosen careers.
At the University of Glasgow, they offer professional careers advice, coaching, resources, and support
to help students find their dream job
Applicants that are eligible are
-Bosnia and Herzegovina -Botswana
– Burkina Faso
– The central African Republic
-Congo Democratic Republic of Costa Rico
– Cote d’Ivoire
– the Dominican Republic
– East Timor
– El Salvador
– Equatorial Guinea
– the Gambia
– Guinea Bissau
– Hong Kong
– Korea South
– the Maldives
– New Zealand
-Papua New Guinea
– Sao Tome and Principe –Saudi Arabia
– Sierra Leone
– South Sudan
– St Kitts and Nevis,
-St Vincent and the Grenadines
-Trinidad and Tobago
-the United Arab Emirates
– the United States of America
– Vatican City
All the following countries are eligible to apply
Requirement for Admission:
1. The Students should have a minimum honors degree or equivalent in computing science as a major.
2. Applicants are required to attain minimum scores in any English language proficiency tests.
– IELTS – 6.5
– TOEFL IBT – 90
– PTE – 60
– CPE/CAE – 176
Applicant can apply to study for an MSc in the following field at the University of Glasgow
1. Data Science
2. Computing Science
3. Information Technology
4. Software Development program
Criteria: For the applicants to be eligible they must meet all the given criteria which are:
1. The applicants must be from the country listed that are eligible to apply
2. The applicants must have applied to an eligible program at Glasgow.
How Applicant can apply:
1. Applicant can submit their admission applications by logging in on the university portal
2. Qualified Applicant will be selected for the scholarship based on the admission application
3. No separate application is required.
The Supporting Documents Needed:
Applicants are required to present the following documents to the university;
1. The Copy of their official degree certificate
2. A copy of their official transcripts
3. An Official English translation of certificates
4. One reference letter
5. A copy of the photo page of the passport.
Benefits of the scholarship:
The University of Glasgow will award 10 selected Applicants with a scholarship worth £10,000 to contribute to the cost of the applied MSc study program.
It should be noted that Applicants holding offers listed above will be automatically assessed for the scholarship based on academic records, exceptional results, and leadership skills
Applicants who qualify for the scholarship will be notified within six weeks of receiving an offer from the university.
Applicants should know that there is no separate application form required for the scholarship program
Application Deadline: The applicants must observe course-specific application deadlines as there is no separate scholarship application required.