Up to two scholarships are available for International students, each with a value of £6,000. The scholarships will be awarded to International fee paying students who wish to study full time on any of the following taught masters courses offered by the University of Stirling Management School:
MSc Finance; MSc International Accounting & Finance; MSc Banking & Finance; MSc Behavioural Science for Management; MSc International Business; MSc International Human Resource Management; MSc Marketing; MSc Business & Management; MSc Strategic Sustainable Business; MSc Data Science for Business; MSc Economics for Business & Policy.
Number of awards: 2
Deadline: 31 May 2018
These scholarships will be awarded to exceptional students who have the potential to be ambassadors for their course and to contribute to the academic community. Applicants may be of any nationality and must hold an International fee paying offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on one of the full time Stirling Management School masters courses listed above.
The MSc in Accounting, Audit & Control is a one year program completely taught in English designed for students wishing to achieve long-term career success, based on a solid foundation in financial reporting and analysis; in management accounting and decision-making; and financial advisory services.
The program provides participants with an understanding of modern financial reporting functions from a technical and institutional point of view enabling graduates to work in a wide variety of industries.
Graduates benefit from the built-in fast-track preparation for admission to global professional accountancy bodies (e.g. Complete CMA Exam preparations; exemptions towards the ACCA Professional Examinations, and alignment with the CIMA’s Masters Gateway).
The MSc in Accounting, Audit & Control program caters to students with a Bachelor’s degree in any field wishing to explore the importance of financial reporting in the modern business environment.
The program is open to candidates with an undergraduate degree from a recognized university with strong academic performance and with a good command of English (IELTS 6.5, TOEFL IBT 85, TOEIC 800, Cambridge Exam). Students with 6.0 IELTS may also be eligible for admission after successful interview with our overseas offices. Native English speakers or students who have had two years of courses taught in English are exempt.
No prior knowledge of French is needed; however French language classes are mandatory for non-French speakers as part of the program. A GMAT score is an asset.
To celebrate the opening of CSU’s new campus in Port Macquarie to international students, CSU offers a number of $5,000 and $10,000 tuition fee scholarships to new commencing international students enrolled in courses offered on Port Macquarie campus in Session 1, 2018.
Commencing full-time international students in either session one, February 2018 or session two July 2018.
CAMPUS: Port Macquarie
MUST BE STUDYING IN:
Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)
Bachelor of Business Studies
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Environmental Science Management
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Medical Radiations Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Psychology
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Work (TAFE integrated)
Master of Customs Administration
Master of Professional Accounting
Master of Information Technology
Applicant must be an international applicant for a course offered at Port Macquarie Campus for 201830 (February) or 201860 (July) sessions. International Exchange and Study Abroad applicants are not eligible for this scholarship.
Provide evidence of:
High Academic achievements 75% or GPA 5/7 or 3/4 or equivalent.
Community involvement and desire to be involved in the CSU Port Macquarie Community (1000 word essay).
Applicant must hold an unconditional offer* for a CSU course, delivered at CSU Port Macquarie.
* Unconditional offer means that the applicant has met all of the conditions of their conditional offer including meeting the English Language Proficiency requirements, providing certified documentation, and passing the Genuine Temporary Entrant checks, etc. Please Note: For many countries applicants will be required to apply for admissions via an approved CSU Education Agent. Please see the list of approved CSU Agents
Hold a conditional or unconditional offer for the relevant Masters programme for 2018/2019.
Demonstrate an excellent academic track record
Show excellent professional and personal skills evidenced through work experience and/or extra-curricular activities.
How do I apply?
You will be automatically considered for these scholarships when we review your application for the relevant Masters course. You are not required to make a separate application. We allocate scholarships on a rolling basis throughout the application cycle. We recommended to make your application for the relevant Masters course as early as possible if you wish to be considered for this scholarship.
The Department of Accountancy, Economics and Finance is offering up to three PhD scholarships to start in the academic year 2018-19. The term of the scholarships is three years. Successful candidates will be expected to make a contribution to activities in the Department in return for a fee-waiver, an annual maintenance allowance (currently set at £14,553 for 2017-18) and a research support allowance of £2,250 over the registered period of study.
Potential supervisors in the areas of Accountancy and Finance are listed below under the area in which they are willing to supervise PhDs, plus, in some cases (i) more specific issues/questions they are willing to supervise within those areas, and/or (ii) one or more particular projects on which they would be willing to supervise PhDs.
Professor Roszaini Haniffa (joint editor of Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research). Key research interests include: corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, corporate disclosure practices, international accounting, business ethics, auditing, micro-financing, Islamic accounting and finance. I can supervise students using quantitative/econometric modelling or qualitative approach.
Dr William Jackson
I am interested in supervising any topic that uses a historical methodology to research the history of accounting. In particular: the history of accounting in the public sector; accounting and health care; accounting and the drinks industry; the history of accounting and popular culture; gender issues as they relate to the accountancy profession.
I am interested in supervising qualitative projects that consider the links between accounting and various aspects of popular culture. In particular, I am interested in research that looks at historical and contemporary issues relating to the business of popular music and the surrounding industries including record production, music streaming services, the live music industry and music publishing.
The Holland Scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences. The scholarship is meant for prospective international bachelor and master students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s in Holland. The EEA consists of the EU countries and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Terms and conditions
The applicant’s nationality is non-EEA
The applicant has never before studied at an educational institution in the Netherlands
Must be selected for one of the following programmes:
Bachelor International Econometrics and Operational ResearchBachelor International Economics and Business Economics
Bachelor BSc² Econometrics/Economics
Or admitted for one of the following programmes:
Master Accounting, Auditing and Control
Master Econometrics and Management Science
Master Economics and Business
Must have achieved excellent study results during his/her prior education. This means an average final result of at least grade 8.5 (or the equivalent) on a grading scale of 1-10, during their prior education. For these purposes, prior education means:
for prospective bachelor students: secondary education
for prospective master students: the previous bachelor study
Must send in a complete bachelor or master application before 1 February 2018
Must be able to demonstrate the reason why this scholarship will enlarge your opportunity to study at Erasmus School of Economics by including detailed financial information (including supporting bank statements) to prove your ability to support yourself for the remaining tuition fee, the living expenses and health insurance;
If the applicant is a prospective bachelor student, he/she must participate in the mathematics test in either February or March 2018 if he/she is found math deficient during the bachelor application procedure;
The applicant must have completed his/her visa application before 15 May 2018. The visa application procedure consists of transferring the required tuition fee, living costs and immigration costs. For more information on the exact details, please see the immigration procedures for prospective students.
Erasmus School of Economics reserves the right to withdraw the offer for the Holland Scholarship Programme if the applicant fails to comply with the above mentioned terms and conditions.
Alliance MBS UK Undergraduate Scholarships for Social Responsibility
We hope to offer five undergraduate scholarships to UK students in 2016 worth £2,000 per annum across three years of study.
Eligibility criteria: UK undergraduates achieving AAA at A-level (or equivalent) who are able to demonstrate a significant contribution and commitment to social responsibility.
Successful applicants will be identified via both:
academic performance and;
a written application (maximum one A4 page)
Your written application should outline your previous involvement in, for example, community-based projects, volunteering opportunities and/or fundraising activities and how you hope to continue this at Alliance MBS.
The deadline for applications is 31st August 2016 however you are free to apply as soon as you have received your final results. Applications should be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Aberdeen is proud of its vibrant postgraduate population and innovative programmes. As the value of a postgraduate degree has never been higher, studying at our Graduate Business School is an investment in your future. Acting on our commitment to excellence, the University of Aberdeen is significantly increasing the range of postgraduate scholarships we offer to talented students, to help with the cost of learning.
The University of Aberdeen invites high-achieving students to apply for the following scholarships which are open to all international students (those classified as Overseas for the purpose of tuition fees) and available on a competitive basis. The scholarships come in the form of £5,000 tuition fee waivers. To apply send an email to email@example.com, quoting your full name and applicant personal ID number. The deadline for applications is on 9th May 2016. Successful applicants can expect to be notified of the outcome of their scholarship application within two weeks of the deadline. Successful applicants will have two weeks to accept their scholarship offer.
The Centre for Accounting and Society (CAS) aims to study how accounting, the accounting profession and various calculative practices impact on the management and governance of organizations, cultural formations, and the definition of economic and social relationships. It is seeking two dynamic researchers to join a group of globally recognised academics.
Deadline: 17th April 2016
Nationality Criteria: All Countries
Value: Tuition fees (overseas) + approx. £14,000 stipend per year
The award will be for three years, subject to satisfactory progress, at the following rates:
European Union candidates: standard EU tuition fee plus maintenance fee of £14,000 per year
Non-European Union candidates: standard non-EU tuition fee plus maintenance fee of £14,000 per year
The Centre for Accounting and Society at the University of Edinburgh seeks two dynamic researchers to join a group of globally recognised academics exploring issues relating to:
the accounting profession;
social structures and relationships;
accounting modes of representation;
critical understandings of accounting and governance;