The University of Edinburgh is now accepting applications for its Clinical Management of Pain Scholarship for a Master in Education.
About the University of Edinburgh and Scholarship
Scots: University of Edinburgh; Scottish Gaelic: Oilthigh Dhùn ideann; abbreviated as Edin. in post-nominals; is a public research university with its main campus in Edinburgh, Scotland. One of Scotland’s four ancient universities, it was founded by the town council in 1582 and formally launched in 1583 according to a royal charter from King James VI. In the English-speaking world, it is also the sixth-oldest institution that is still in existence. During the Scottish Enlightenment, the school made a substantial contribution to Edinburgh’s growth as a notable intellectual center, gaining the moniker “Athens of the North.”
Edinburgh is one of the top universities in the UK and the world, according to academic rankings. The Coimbra Group, League of European Research Institutions, Russell Group, Una Europa, and Universitas 21 are only a few organizations it belongs to that are made up of institutions with a research concentration. For the fiscal year that concluded on July 31, 2022, it brought in a total of £1.262 billion, of which £331.6 million came from grants and contracts for research. It is the UK institution with the third-largest endowment, just after Cambridge and Oxford.
According to worldwide recruiters’ rankings for graduate employability in 2015 THE Global Employability University Ranking, Edinburgh was rated 23rd globally and 4th in the UK. In a 2015 government study, it was discovered that Edinburgh was one of just two Scottish universities—along with St. Andrews—from which some of the most prestigious recruiting agencies in London took into account candidates, particularly in the financial services and investment banking sectors. In 2012, The New York Times rated universities based on the employability of graduates as determined by recruiters from leading corporations in 20 countries. Edinburgh was ranked 42nd globally and 7th in Britain.
Students enrolled in the Clinical Management of Pain (Online Distance Learning) program during the academic year 2023–2024 are eligible for four scholarships from the Department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine.
Details about the Clinical Management of Pain Scholarship at the University of Edinburgh:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Edinburgh
Scholarship Value: £1000 each
Number of awards: Two
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Edinburgh
Eligibility Criteria for Clinical Management of Pain Scholarship
New applicants who have submitted for admission to a postgraduate taught Master or Master by Research degree program of study at the University beginning in September 2023 will be given the scholarships.
Candidates must possess—or anticipate obtaining—the equivalent of a first-class or 2:1 honors undergraduate degree from the United Kingdom.
This grant is open to both taught master’s programs and master’s by research programs. Applications from individuals in the UK and abroad who want to enroll in full-time, part-time, or online distance learning programs will be taken into consideration.
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Interview Date, Process, and Venue for Clinical Management of Pain Scholarship
Applicants and students enrolled in graduate programs lasting more than a year may apply, but they should be aware that the support is only available for that year, so they should plan their finances appropriately.
By the end of July 2023, all applicants will be notified of the results.
Application Procedure for Clinical Management of Pain Scholarship
The application date for the scholarship is July 5, 2023, at 23:59 BST.
Applicants must have submitted an admissions application to the University of Edinburgh to use the scholarship application portal. Please be aware that it may take up to five working days after an application for admission has been submitted for all system checks to be finished and access to be granted.
The institution’s web-based information portal, MyEd, may be used to access the online scholarship application form, which is available in EUCLID.
You’ll need your university username and password to sign in to MyEd. Please click here if you need assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Application Deadline is: July 5, 2023
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