Fowlie International Scholarship

Fowlie International Scholarship

The Fowlie International Scholarship provides awards of up to £3,500 and a 25% reduction of tuition fees to eligible candidates planning to study a full-time postgraduate degree at Abertay University.

Overview

The Fowlie International Scholarship is open to students who are planning to study a full-time postgraduate degree at Abertay University.

This is a merit-based scholarship where graduates will have to demonstrate their excellent academic qualities within their application form. 

During their postgraduate degree the student will receive two instalments of the scholarship. If they withdraw or fail semester one, they will not receive the final instalment of their scholarship.

The scholarship amount will depend on the fee status of the recipient, which is as follows:

The recipient will also receive 25% reduction of their fees.  This reduction only applies to Abertay Alumni.

The Fowlie International scholarship has been created thanks to the generous support from the Fowlie Family. Mrs Christina Fowlie, widow of the late Dr Hector C Fowlie – Honorary Fellow and former Court member gifted the scholarship to outstanding postgraduate applicant(s).

Eligibility 

To be considered for this scholarship you must meet all of the following criteria:

How to Apply 

Please download and complete the Fowlie International Scholarship Application Form [PDF, 388Kb] and submit with the evidence requested by the closing date as stated below. Completed application forms should be sent by email to advisory@abertay.ac.uk.

Evidence required:

For help completing the application, please download the Fowlie International Scholarship Guidance Notes [PDF, 144Kb].

Closing Date

The deadline for applications is Friday 6 August 2021.  Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Friday 27 August 2021.

Terms & Conditions 

All Scholarships are subject to Terms & Conditions

 

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