SBS THE Business School of the Year Undergraduate International Scholarships 2017
To celebrate the Strathclyde Business School's award as the Business School of the Year 2016 by the Times Higher Education (THE), we are delighted to award a number of scholarships to high quality international applicants to our undergraduate degrees for entry in 2017/18. Awards of £2,000 will be made to the successful applicants, and this will be deducted from the tuition fee in each year of study.
This award is only available to international fee paying students who have applied to the a Strathclyde Business School Undergraduate degree and hold a conditional or unconditional offer to study (BA Business, BA International Business, Integrated Master International Business and Modern Languages).
To celebrate the Strathclyde Business School's award as the Business School of the Year 2016 by the Times Higher Education (THE), we are delighted to award a number of scholarships to high quality international applicants entering our undergraduate degrees in session 2017/18.
Awards of £2,000 will be made to the successful applicants, and this will be deducted from the tuition fee for each year of study.
Applicants will require to submit a short written submission on an organisation their admire, the post they would want to hold in the organisation and the impact they would make on that organisation.
- BA Honours Business (4 years) - choice of subjects: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Management, Marketing, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Management Science, Business Analysis & Consulting
- BA Honours in International Business (4 years)
- Integrated Masters in International Business & Modern Languages (5 year degree to masters level)
This degree is also offered by the Business School, but it has a separate international scholarship scheme:
- BBA Honours Business (accerated 3 year Honours degree)
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.
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