Global Manufacturing Leadership Masters Scholarship
Scholarships available to students for postgraduate Masters study in the area of Manufacturing in 2019-2020. These GML scholarships contribute towards the costs of study (tuition fee plus £1000 maintenance grant).
The Cranfield University Manufacturing Masters Programmes have helped to develop many leaders through the intense, 12 month learning that bring synergies between academia, industry and policy makers. Alumni are in senior positions in all parts to the world.
The scholarships aim to contribute to the education of young professionals with the capabilities required to lead Manufacturing into the future.
These GML scholarships, provided by Cranfield Manufacturing contributes towards the costs of study(tuition fee plus £1000 maintenance grant). Awards are made for a maximum duration of one calendar year for full time study.
Applicants should have, or expect to achieve, the equivalent of a UK First Class Honours degree in a relevant subject area. Applicants from anywhere in the world are welcome Please note Erasmus funded students are not eligible for this scholarship.
The ten scholarships will be competitively awarded according to academic ability and leadership potential.
Successful applicants will be announced by 30 April 2019.
At a glance
- Funding valueTuition fee plus £1,000 cash
- Suitable for Applicants fromUK, EU, Rest of World
- Deadline 17 Mar 2019
- Funding provider(s)Cranfield Manufacturing
What it covers
The scholarship pays for the Cranfield Manufacturing Masters tuition fee and a £1000 cash maintenance grant.
Who can apply
Applicants can be from any country.
Please note Erasmus funded students are not eligible for this scholarship
Aerospace Manufacturing MSc
Aerospace Materials MSc
Advanced Materials MSc
Cyber-Secure Manufacturing MSc
Engineering & Management of Manufacturing Systems MSc
Global Product Development & Management MSc
Management and Information Systems MSc
Manufacturing Technology and Management MSc
Welding Engineering MSc
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