If you appear to be an Indian citizen curious opportunities to study abroad then you will be thrilled to know about the Dean’s Indian Scholarship (Law). The program is funded by The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Strathclyde.
The fund is established to support the Indian candidates towards the cost of their tuition fees for each year of the course. Grant is available for a full-time law program beginning in September.
The University of Strathclyde is Glasgow’s second-oldest university with students and staff from over 100 countries. It is ranked Scotland’s third-largest university by the number of students. It is an innovation center for technological research.
Why at the University of Strathclyde? The university offers international candidates many options to complete a program or progression to degree study. It provides academic modules, study skills, and English language training. Applicants can get the best chance of success when they progress to their degree at the University.
Application Deadline: August 30, 2019
To be eligible for this studentship, the applicants must commence their academic studies by the academic year September 2019. Students must be applying for a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate program.
How to Apply
- How to apply: For obtaining this education award, applicants need to apply for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate degree coursework. After being enrolled, suitable students will automatically receive this reward. They do not need to formally apply for it.
- Supporting Documents: You must have to attach a copy of passport, statement of purpose, transcripts, curriculum vitae, and personal details.
- Admission Requirements: For entry in an undergraduate and postgraduate degree, you need to have certified copies of qualifications you’ve gained, degree certificate.
- Language Requirement: If English is not the candidate’s first language, then they need to provide a suitable English language test certificate for example IELTS.
The grantee will receive the amount £3000 or £4,000 for their tuition fees for each year of their course.