2022 Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarships – Study in UK

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2022 Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarships – The University of Edinburgh’s Faculty of Mathematics has announced details of the 2022 Edinburgh Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarships, which will be open to undergraduate students from all over the world, as well as those in Scotland, and they will start on September 1, 2022.

What you get

You will be awarded a scholarship and provided with full living and academic costs for 3 years at Edinburgh University. This is worth up to £35,000 per year. The scholarship is also worth up to £3,000 as an additional travel bursary should you wish to undertake a year abroad during your time at university. In addition, you will receive a free GRE preparation course run by ETS Global. Click here for more information on these amazing opportunities!

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How to apply

If you are applying for a US scholarship then you need to start off with an essay about your experiences and interests. An English language proficiency test is required for any non-native English speaker. The most popular test is IELTS (International English Language Testing System). GRE or GMAT are common standard tests that every university student must take as a requirement of their application. For example, Oxford University requires applicants to complete at least three graduate-level exams, including GRE and TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language). Exams must be taken no more than two years before application. Some universities also require a personal statement on the student’s reasons for pursuing advanced study at their institution and how he or she intends to apply those skills after graduating.

Who can apply?

The scholarships are available to students from South African institutions. In addition, international students (students who are not citizens of countries in sub-Saharan Africa) studying mathematics at universities outside of South Africa may also apply. These include both South African citizens attending universities outside of South Africa and international students attending universities within sub-Saharan Africa but outside of South Africa. Applicants must have a completed Bachelor’s degree with at least a minimum second class upper division (i.e., First Class honors level), or equivalent, by 1 September 2021. Candidates may be early, mature and returning students; only those having already graduated with their bachelor’s degree prior to 1 September 2021 will be considered for these awards.

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Closing date and details

Applications are now open for The University of Edinburgh’s (2022) Global Undergraduate Mathematics Scholarship. The University of Edinburgh is a public research university located in Scotland’s capital city, providing undergraduate and postgraduate study across four faculties – Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; Medicine & Veterinary Medicine; Science & Engineering; and Law. With a global network of 80+ partner universities, students have access to one of the world’s largest academic communities. You may have already applied through your home university or you may have discovered another programme at an overseas institution that excites you, please do get in touch if you would like to know more about studying at Edinburgh as an international student before making your application. We look forward to hearing from you!

Additional information

– The University of Edinburgh is offering 3-year undergraduate scholarships for international students to study any subjects at any level (except Medicine) at University College or King’s College from September 2020. The University of Edinburg, founded in 1583, is located in Scotland’s capital city, two miles from Holyrood Palace and less than one mile from Princes Street shopping area. It is among four Scottish universities ranked among Times Higher Education’s world top 100 universities. Students can receive a generous bursary even if they have no A level/grade 8 results; there are other awards for excellent students.

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