Computing Merit Scholarships ,Robert Gordon University Aberdeen ,UK

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Computing Merit Scholarships ,Robert Gordon University Aberdeen ,UK is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .

The School of Computing and digital Media is offering a number of merit  scholarships to outstanding students who wish to study an MSc course at the  school from September 2013 or January 2014. 15 merit scholarships are available  for UK / EU/International students. The value of the scholarship is £1,000-£2,000 per award. Master’s scholarships are awarded in the form of a  discount on fees paid. Scholarship selection criteria is academic record, class  of degree / CGPA / final score of first degree, industrial or professional  experience, personal achievements.

Study Subject(s): Scholarships are provided to study in  following subjects: -Information Engineering PgCert/PgDip/MSc -Information Engineering with Network Management PgCert/PgDip/MSc -Software  Technology PgCert/PgDip/MSc -Software Technology with Network Management  PgCert/PgDip/MSc -Information Technology Management PgCert/PgDip/MSc -IT  for the Oil and Gas Industry -Information and Network Security  MSc/PgD/PgCert. Course Level: Scholarships are available to  study an MSc course at the School of Computing and digital Media from September  2013 or January 2014. Scholarship Provider: Robert Gordon  University Aberdeen, UK Scholarship can be taken at: UK

Eligibility: -You may be an international student or  you may be a UK / EU student wishing to study on a full-cost course (a course  with a fee of at least £7000 for home/EU students). -You need to complete an  application form and return it to the School together with supporting  documentation.

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: The  UK/EU/International students can apply for this scholarship.

Scholarship Description:

Robert Gordon University Aberdeen

The School of Computing and digital Media is pleased to  offer a number of merit scholarships to outstanding students who wish to study  an MSc course at the School from September 2013 or January 2014.

Number of awards offered: Number of awards in academic year  2013-14: around 15.

Duration of award(s): Not known

What does it cover? Part-fee: £1,000-£2,000 per award. Most  scholarships will be of this type.

Selection Criteria: The School’s award panel will meet in  May, August and December to consider all eligible scholarship applications  received by the due date. -The School will assess all applications against  the following criteria: Previous academic record and your suitability for  postgraduate study in School, ie: Class of degree / CGPA / final score of first  degree. -Relevance of your first degree to the course you are applying for  The standing of the previous academic institution attended Any prizes or awards  given to you in your first degree Relevant industrial or professional  experience. -Evidence of workplace experience that is relevant to the course  you are applying for. -Personal achievements – evidence of personal  achievements in your life to date which indicate your ability to contribute to  the wider life of the University community during your studies and the  professional community that you will be joining on graduation. -In the event  that 2 applications are scored identically and only one award is available, the  panel will award the scholarship to the first application received, using the  date of receipt in the University as the relevant date.

Notification: Notification and acceptance Decisions will be  announced 2-3 weeks after the relevant deadline. Successful applicants will be  informed in the first instance by email. Applicants will be required to respond  by email to accept the offer within two weeks of receiving the offer. Failure to  accept the offer will lead to the scholarship offer being withdrawn and offered  to an alternative applicant.

How to Apply: Completed application must be received by the  due date: -If you are starting your course in September 2013, the deadline  for applications is 31 July 2013. Note that if you apply by 17 May 2013, you  will get an answer in June 2013. -If you are commencing your course in  January 2014, you must submit your application by 6 December 2013. -Please  note that in order to be considered for a scholarship, you must already hold an  offer of a place to study on an eligible course at the School commencing session  2013-14; you must therefore ensure that your application for a place is  submitted well in advance. -Please download the Computing Merit Scholarship  Application Form. You should return it to us by post, fax or as a scanned copy  by e-mail. -Your application must contain a short supporting statement,  which should address the following points: Why you are applying for the  scholarship. How you will benefit from the opportunities that being given  the award will provide; How you would contribute to the University community  during your studies here. You may refer to activities, achievements and  personal qualities which are particularly relevant to your application. You  should also include: A scanned transcript of your highest academic  qualification; A scanned copy of your IELTS/TOEFL certificate or other  English language qualification; A scanned copy of your University offer  letter (or email of you have not received your letter).

Applications must be complete. Applications which are incomplete, missing  required data or are illegible will be considered invalid. You may only apply  for an award once. Multiple applications will not be considered.

Terms and conditions: All scholarships are awarded in  the form of a discount on fees paid. Scholarship recipients may be asked to  act as ambassadors for the course. A scholarship will be withdrawn if:   You fail to accept the offer within the time permitted. Your scholarship or  University application is found to contain incomplete or inaccurate  information. You are found to have committed academic misconduct once  enrolled at the University. You are found to have committed non-academic  misconduct once enrolled at the University. You fail to pass module  assignments or end of module exams at the first attempt once enrolled on your  course. You defer your offer of a place, suspend your studies, withdraw from  the University or are suspended or withdrawn from the University. You fail  to make payment for fees due (if applicable) to the University within 23 days of  the due date.

In the event that a scholarship is withdrawn, you will need to pay the full  fees due for your course.

Scholarship Application Deadline: If you are starting your  course in September 2013, the deadline for applications is 31th July 2013. Note  that if you apply by 17th May 2013, you will get an answer in June 2013. If you  are commencing your course in January 2014, you must submit your application by  6th December 2013.

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Computing Merit Scholarships ,Robert Gordon University Aberdeen ,UK is available to undertake level programs at .

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

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