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Postgraduate Merit Scholarships at Gloucestershire

06 February 2020

The University of Gloucestershire have announced a range of new International Postgraduate Merit Scholarships (worth 50% off tuition fees) for high-achieving international students starting in September 2020 & January 2021 – a saving worth upto £7,650.

No application for the scholarships is required and students will be automatically considered for the merit scholarship upon receiving an offer. The scholarships are available in the following subjects:

  • Business: MSc Marketing, MSc Human Resource Management, MBA, MSc International Business
  • Computing and Engineering: MSc Cyber Security, MSc Cyber Forensics Investigation, MSc Electrical and Electronics Systems Engineering, MSc Engineering Management, MSc Industrial Control Engineering, MSc Industrial Internet of Things, MSc Industrial Sustainable Energy
  • Art & Design: MA Landscape Architecture, MA Illustration, MDes Graphic Design, MA Fine Art, MA Photography
  • Education & Humanities: MA Education, MA Educational Leadership, MA Inclusive Education, MA Creative and Critical Writing
  • Natural & Social Sciences: MSc Psychology, MSc Forensic Psychology, MSc Criminology, MSc Applied Ecology
  • Media: MA Animation, MA Comms, PR and the Media, MA Creative Music Practice, MA Film Making, MA Sports Communication and Digital Media

If you are interested in studying a postgraduate course at Gloucestershire or want to learn more about UK university life, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK in London or Manchester today.

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