30 Global Manufacturing Leadership (GML) Masters Scholarships announced for 2018!
In a major drive to promote Global manufacturing leadership development, Cranfield University has significantly expanded the GML Scholarship to 30 for 2018.
What it covers
30 scholarships are available. The scholarship pays for the Cranfield Manufacturing Masters tuition fee and a £1000 cash maintenance grant.
Who can apply
Applicants could be from any country.
Please note Erasmus funded students are not eligible for this scholarship.
- Aerospace Manufacturing MSc
- Aerospace Materials MSc
- Advanced Materials MSc
- Applied Nanotechnology MSc
- Cyber-Secure Manufacturing MSc
- Engineering & Management of Manufacturing Systems MSc
- Global Product Development and Management MSc
- Management and Information Systems MSc
- Manufacturing Technology and Management MSc
- Welding Engineering MSc
How to apply
Applicable courses for this funding
A number of Cranfield’s full-time Manufacturing programme MSc courses are applicable for the Global Manufacturing Leadership(GML) Scholarships, please see the course list above.
Applicants should submit a normal Cranfield application through the online application system. The online application forms part of the evaluation of academic achievement. Note the 6-digit online application number.
A separate Justification for Support statement of about 2500 words in PDF format shall be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no pre-defined format and the applicant is encouraged to prepare this to best reflect their personality. The file name shall be GML-xxxxxx.pdf.
xxxxxx is your 6-digit online application number.
The Justification for Support shall be evaluated based on:
- Academic achievement
- Evidence of leadership potential
- Vision of Manufacturing Future
- Justification on the course on their career:
- Communication ability
Shortlisted candidates shall be interviewed by video conference on 10 and 11 April 2018. Applicants shall be informed by 12 April 2018. The decision of the panel is final.
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