Template documentationuos scholarship

This template is used for Scholarships

It contains

  • Name
  • Scholarship Title
  • Scholarship summary
  • Number of scholarships
  • Value of scholarships
  • Opens
  • Deadline
  • Helps With
  • Duration
  • Eligibility
  • Countries eligibility
  • Country Group elegibility
  • Subjects eligibility
  • Levels eligibility
  • Study modes eligibility
  • Project Details
  • Number of Scholarships Extra
  • Further Information
  • How to Apply
  • Contact Details
  • Publication Date
  • publishpath
  • Partner logo
  • Fee Status
  • Student type

Template fields to complete

Name: The name of your scholarship should be entered in this field

Scholarship Title: Enter the title of the scholarship in this field, for eg: ‘The Sutherland Page Fund’ 

Scholarship summary: The summary field should provide a brief description of the scholarship on offer and who it is for. Without going in to too much detail, the summary will help applicants decide if the scholarship is relevant or interesting to them.

Hyperlinks should not be included in the summary box as they break the template (resulting in information going askew). Links to useful sites can be included in the main section underneath.

Number of scholarships: Enter how many scholarships are available in this field. (For numbers one to nine, use the word, for 10 and above, use the number).

Value of scholarships: How much is the scholarship worth? Details should be entered in this field in ‘£’ or words, e.g.: “£1,250 for each year of study” or “International tuition fees.” If the number is greater than £999, use a comma after the first digit, for eg, ‘£1,000’, not ‘£1000’, this makes it easier for users when scanning content.

Opens: Enter the date when applications open (times can also be added in this field, if required).

Deadline: Enter the date when applications close (times can also be added in this field, if required).

Helps With: You should tick the boxes in this field that indicate what the scholarship/bursary covers, for eg “tuition fees and living costs”, “tuition fees only.” If no boxes are ticked, ‘various’ will be displayed on this field in the scholarship summary.

Duration: How long does the scholarship last for? One year, full length of course, single payment? Enter duration details in this field.

Eligibility: The main eligibility section will sit on the main scholarship page, and will be accessed once users have clicked through from the scholarship summary.

What to include: You should provide a summary of the eligibility criteria for the scholarship – a bulleted list can be helpful, for eg:

To apply for a Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, candidates must:

  • be Commonwealth citizens, refugees, or British protected persons
  • be permanently resident in a developing Commonwealth country (a full list is available on page 4 of the prospectus)
  • be available to commence their academic studies in the UK by the start of the UK academic year in September/October 2016
  • hold, by October 2016, a first degree of at least upper second class Honours
  • not have undertaken studies lasting one year or more in a developed country
  • be unable themselves, or through their families, to pay to study in the UK

Countries eligibility: This field refers to the residency or nationality of the applicant. Tick box/es that apply.

Country Group elegibility: if the scholarship is for students from a particular country or countries, choose from the list (groups of countries are provided to avoid having to select each individual country).

Subjects eligibility: tick the subject(s) that apply to the scholarship on offer  

Levels eligibility: tick the level(s) of study that apply to the scholarship on offer

Study modes eligibility: tick the mode(s) of study that apply to the scholarship on offer

Project Details: In this field, you should include information about projects that applicants will have to take part in to apply for the course

Number of Scholarships Extra: Give an indication of how many scholarships are available or state ‘varies.’ 

Further Information: Use this section to provide additional information (such as company information for externally sponsored scholarships), links to supporting documentation or expansions on information provided elsewhere. 

How to Apply: You MUST provide information on how to apply. This can be a link to a form and criteria/guidance (web link or media file link), or instructions such as “Please email X if you would like to apply for this scholarship” (include the email address as a hyperlink, using ‘link’ and ‘mailto:david.smith@strath.ac.uk’ in the link box on T4)

If the scholarship is based on academic nominations, explain this and give a link to further information or suggest a first step, eg:

“Applicants will need the support of their department and faculty. You should discuss your proposed research with the relevant academic staff. You can download an application form (include link to application form, web page or media file). You’ll need to complete the application form and ask the academic staff supervising your research to complete the relevant sections. They will then pass the form to the faculty office." 

Contact Details: Please provide contact details for the office or staff who can answer queries about this scholarship.

Publication Date: Please enter today’s date, this is for reporting purposes

Publish path: Please do not edit this, this is for the link in the search result.

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Fee Status: Select fee status of eligible students. You can select multiple options.

Student type: If the scholarship helps a current student/course select ‘current student’ or if for help with a new course/applicant select ‘applicant’. If you select nothing they are listed as both.

Working example

Scholarships & funding opportunities

Scholarship Title

Scholarship summary

  • Number of scholarships Number of scholarships
  • Value Value of scholarships
  • Opens 3 February 2016
  • Deadline 24 June 2016
  • Help with Tuition fees
  • Duration Duration

Eligibility

Eligibility

Project Details

Project Details

Number of Scholarships

Number of Scholarships Extra

Further Information

Further Information

Contact us

Contact Details

How to apply

How to Apply

Scholarships & funding opportunities

Carnegie Cameron Bursaries for Postgraduate Masters

Applying for a one-year postgraduate Masters in 2016?  If you are Scottish, of Scottish extraction or studied in Scotland, then you might be eligible to the Carnegie Cameron Bursaries! These Bursaries are awarded for the payment of tuition fees for one year full-time, or two year part-time, postgraduate programmes leading to a Masters Degree offered by a Scottish University.  Any postgraduate degree is eligible, other than an MPhil or a similar programme undertaken solely by research.  Postgraduate diploma or certificate courses are not eligible.  

  • Number of scholarships 11 approx
  • Value Up to £4000
  • Opens 3 February 2016
  • Deadline 24 June 2016
  • Help with Tuition fees
  • Duration 12 months

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • be of Scottish birth OR
  • be of Scottish extraction (have at least one parent born in Scotland) OR
  • have received 3 full years of secondary, further and/or higher education in Scotland.

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their merit and promise and financial need. 

Candidates must be qualified and deserving, industrious and ambitious, and would derive particular benefit from obtaining a postgraduate degree, which they would be unlikely to attend without the award. 

The Bursaries support PG Masters that will enhance students' employability in their chosen field, develop specialist skills, or supplement existing ones, thus bettering their career prospects. 

At the time of applying, applicants must have been accepted on a Postgraduate Degree programme leading to qualification at taught Masters level.

One-year postgraduate courses may be attended on a part-time basis over 2 consecutive years. 

Project Details

The Bursaries support Postgraduate Masters that will enhance students' employability in their chosen field, develop specialist skills, or supplement existing ones, thus bettering their career prospects.

How to apply

Applicants should first secure an offer of a place for a PG taught Masters programme at the University of Strathclyde.

Applicants should then complete the Carnegie Cameron application form and attach the following documents:

  • Academic transcript;
  • Copy of birth certificate of applicant or parent if Scottish by descent OR
  • Proof of residence for schooling: copy of Scottish Qualifications Authority for Standard Grades/Highers/HNC/HND;
  • Copy of last three full bank statements for all accounts.