The University of Strathclyde is accepting applications for its partially funded Housing Support Fund.
About the University of Strathclyde and Scholarship
Scottish public research university Glasgow is home to the University of Strathclyde or Oilthigh Shrath Chluaidh in Scottish Gaelic. The Andersonian Institute was established in 1796, making it the second-oldest university in Glasgow. It was granted a royal charter in 1964, making it the first technological university in the United Kingdom. It is Scotland’s third-largest university by enrollment, with students and faculty hailing from more than 100 nations. Strathclyde is the name of the former Kingdom of Strathclyde.
It was the first university to win this distinction twice after being awarded University of the Year by Times Higher Education in 2012 and again in 2019. The organization’s yearly revenue for 2021–2022 was £387.8 million, with research grants and contracts accounting for £108.3 million of that total. The institution spent $520.4 million of that total.
According to the Complete University Guide 2019, the university is highly ranked among the top 10 in the UK in several subjects, including first for social policy, first for aural and oral sciences, communication and media studies, for pharmacology and pharmacy, first for medical technology, first for hospitality, leisure, recreation & tourism, second for marketing, second for forensic science, fifth for architecture, fifth for English, and sixth for business. According to the Complete University Guide 2022, the university is among the top ten universities in Britain for the field of politics.
According to The Guardian, the institution also placed second nationally in 2019 for social policy and administration. In a field of 83 UK institutions, Times Higher Education (THE) ranked History at Strathclyde ninth for research intensity in the 2014 REF. Strathclyde Law School is one of the top 10 law schools in the UK, according to The Complete University Guide (2020). In 2018, the University of Strathclyde was ranked as the 76th-best university in the world for law, according to Times Higher Education.
The University offers the Housing Support Fund to meet immediate requirements for student housing. You should apply for assistance if you are a current student who is in danger of homelessness due to financial difficulty, health concerns, or other uncontrollable situations.
Details about the University of Strathclyde Housing Support Fund:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Strathclyde, UK
Scholarship Value: Partial Funding, living expenses
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Strathclyde, UK
Eligibility Criteria for the University of Strathclyde Housing Support Fund
Applicants are advised to meet the following prerequisites to be eligible for the University of Strathclyde Housing Support Fund:
- Your capacity to effectively continue your education would be greatly enhanced by a stipend from the fund.
- Candidates must have an immediate housing need that can be met by a fund award.
- It should be impossible for students to use their current funds to cover the immediate expenditures of their housing demands.
Application Procedure for the University of Strathclyde Housing Support Fund
- If you desire to apply for financial help, complete the Application for Financial Support form. Your circumstances and eligibility will be evaluated by the school’s assessing team for all of the funds they administer (Housing Support Fund, Mature Students Hardship Fund, University of Strathclyde Covid-19 Hardship Fund, The Lady Eileen McDonald EU & International Student Fund, and Discretionary Fund) with just one application (and one set of supporting documents).
- Please complete the application and be sure to provide all of your income and expenses. The school will be unable to evaluate an incomplete application. Your application will be delayed if you don’t provide all the required paperwork. Since originals won’t be returned, kindly give photocopies.
The Submission Deadline is: June 30, 2024
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