The College of Life Sciences, School of Learning & Teaching, University of Dundee, UK, offers the Sir James Black Academic Excellence in Life Sciences undergraduate Scholarship for international students. The scholarships are applicable to all BSc undergraduate degree courses in the College of Life Sciences, School of Learning & Teaching, University of Dundee.
Worth of Award
These scholarships will be awarded for academic excellence, and are worth £5,000 per year.
To be eligible for the award
- You must have, or expect to gain, the equivalent of AAAAA in Scottish Highers, AAA in GCE A-levels, 37 points in IB (with 6, 6, 6 at Higher Level). Continuation of the Scholarship for subsequent years depends on continued academic excellence, recognised through a B2 average mark each year.
How to Apply
- Once you have been given an offer to study in the College of Life Sciences, School of Learning & Teaching at the University of Dundee, we will send you an email telling you how to apply for a Scholarship.
- Applicants are expected to submit a 400-word statement (please note this cannot be the same as the personal statement) outlining how they meet the criteria of the award, how they will use the scholarship and how it will help them achieving their future goals.
- The application should include the names and contact details for two people who can comment on their academic record, such as a School Teacher or College Lecturer.
- An academic panel will then meet to review the applications. We will notify the applicants after the panel has made a decision to let them know whether they have been successful or not.
Deadline: application closes on May 31, 2014.